Tiny Bites Food Shears

Tiny Bites Food Shears

Special Price S$14.80

Regular Price: S$16.50

Availability: In stock


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Tiny Bites Food Shears are BPA-free and do not contain any lead. The handles and protective blade cover are made from ABS plastic.

Our cutlery-grade stainless steel blades can cut through any food that you want to serve your child. It works beautifully to cut grapes, chicken, pasta, pizza, grilled cheese, hot dogs, french toast, noodles, pancakes, fruit, vegetables and much more. It's especially useful on food that is hard to use a knife on such as green beans, string beans, penne pasta. We've even used them to cut jello into little cubes!

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Description
 
Tiny Bites Food Shears are BPA-free and do not contain any lead. The handles and protective blade cover are made from ABS plastic.
Our cutlery-grade stainless steel blades can cut through any food that you want to serve your child. It works beautifully to cut grapes, chicken, pasta, pizza, grilled cheese, hot dogs, french toast, noodles, pancakes, fruit, vegetables and much more. It's especially useful on food that is hard to use a knife on such as green beans, string beans, penne pasta. We've even used them to cut jello into little cubes!
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Delivery Time No
SKU AB-TinyBites-0001
Brand Tiny Bites
Age No
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Average Product Rating:

Reviewed by 1 customers
By Shania Chia from Singapore
good: it's very sharp and cut smoothly

bad: it turns rusty very easily. have to slot in the protective cap in the right side or else the cap will get stuck which is hard to remove.
October 4, 2013
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Average Product Rating:

Reviewed by 1 customers
By Shania Chia from Singapore
good: it's very sharp and cut smoothly

bad: it turns rusty very easily. have to slot in the protective cap in the right side or else the cap will get stuck which is hard to remove.
October 4, 2013
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