At full RRP I would not recommend these scissors, but Amazon are currently selling at less than half that which is a generous deal if they are right for you.
The rubberised finger holes are kind to the skin, but I did not find the scissors very comfortable to hold. Most people's hands are much smaller than mine, so perhaps don't read too much into that. It is hard to believe that the finger protection would last a lifetime, and the claim of any kind of lifetime guarantee is not duplicated on the packaging, so as far as I am concerned it is worthless.
Another claim that I would contest is that the blades are made of the finest quality stainless steel. "Fine quality" maybe, but surely not "the finest". The blades are likely to need sharpening more than the most expensive blades. The steel is tough enough though to stay true for the life time of those looking for budget craft scissors.
These scissors do not come to a fine enough point for doing fine kirigami or fine decoupage work. However they are reliable for sustaining a cut over the length of the blades, which makes them very good for larger trimming work such as trimming photos, cutting medium size convex shapes, etc.
Overall a definite cut above ordinary scissors for edging work, but if you are looking for scissors than can handle fine detail then these would be not be the best choice.