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Westcott: The World’s Favorite Scissors
With over 150 years of history, Westcott has proven its reliability time and again by providing customers around the world with exceptional cutting and measuring tools. The Westcott brand has been through three centuries, two World Wars and the Great Depression. Established by Henry Westcott in 1872 in Seneca, New York, the company grew rapidly and was run by the Westcott family for almost a hundred years. By the beginning of the 20th century Westcott was one of the top companies in the industry, selling products across the globe. Westcott was bought in 1968 by Acme United Corporation which today operates out of Fairfield, Connecticut.
Cutting and Coating Technology
Since 1872 Westcott has come up with many new product advancements and designs. We continue to develop products that are groundbreaking yet functional. Revolutionary coating and cutting technology has made our patented Titanium Bonded Scissors® the most popular around the globe and has merited the title of “The World’s Favorite Scissors”. We not only make sure our scissors perform to the highest standard but we also integrate our technology into the blades of our sharpeners, paper trimmers, and craft tools.
Award Winning Innovation
Westcott® brand focuses on creating innovative designs that provide style and quality to an assortment of school, craft, and office products. Winner of awards like the Teacher’s Choice and Good Design, Westcott continues to raise the bar. The inspiration that has gone into each of our products has not only won Westcott multiple achievements but has also made us the trusted brand for scissors, rulers sharpeners and math tools.
Search through our products by category. You will find items unmatched in style, design and functionality. Most of what you see will be new since a large percentage of the Westcott portfolio did not exist three years ago. Today Westcott products can be found almost everywhere including office superstores, mass retail, warehouseclubs, supermarkets, drug stores, specialty stores, as well as major online websites like Amazon.com.