Precision Cutter by Karim Rashid
Not as awesome as I was hoping
It's hard to cut straight (maybe that's just me) with this thing. Also, it doesn't cut card stock very well. Still, if it remains sharp, it's better than an X-acto.
December 3, 2010
My granddaughter makes cards and this item was on her Christmas list. She lives in the Chicago area and Loves the Container Store. I am sure she will be happy to receive this cutter.
December 10, 2010
Great design, poor function
I got excited seeing this cutter blade thinking it could help me with my card making this year. However, the blade is quite dull and does not cut as straight, or as smoothly as a regular razor blade. It cannot cut "intricate shapes" as the description claims. The edges come out fuzzy and not smooth, so it looks like I tore it by hand rather than cut. I also used it to cut out a star and a small Christmas tree, but ended up using conventional scissors at the end because the edges were not straight. It's hard to hold because it's so thin and rolls around on my fingers. DO NOT RECOMMEND for true arts and crafts enthusiasts.
December 17, 2010
Handy Dandy LTool
This little tool works like a charm on all kinds of craft projects. I hope it wears for a long time since it doesn't have a typical knife blade. I would highly recommend it.
February 15, 2011