The only possible method to remove the desired content from welded plastic packaging, usually a clear and stiff plastic not otherwise labeled as to content but only slightly weaker than carbon nanotubes.
The person opening must often cut long edge welds, rip at deeply recessed permanent spot welds, and attempt to remove tightly cinched bracelets of colored plastic, which are definitely stronger than carbon nanotubes, without:
a) destroying or irreparably damaging the functionality or aesthetic condition of the desired contents, the same desired contents which is in extremely intimate contact with said bracelets and packaging at a molecular level, or:
b) suddenly slipping, causing a predestined slice or impalement into flesh with the selected tool or the sharp edge of the plastic.
After 45 minutes of plastic surgery, I finally removed my daughter's new doll from the plastic package. The doll was still grinning when I left to get some real sutures in my finger where my box cutter sliced it open when I slipped trying to cut the outer weld on that stupid clear packaging!