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Precision Cutter by Karim Rashid

Designed by Karim Rashid, our Precision Cutter will help you expertly cut coupons or trim any craft project with intricate shapes. Its rubberized grip is comfortable to hold. And it does all of this safely, without the risk of cuts, thanks to the innovative ceramic blade. Plus, the ceramic blade will not rust and lasts longer than steel blades. Scrapbookers, stampers and crafters will love this tool!

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Precision Cutter Green

1/2" x 1/2" x 6-1/8" h


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$6.99 ea

Precision Cutter by Karim Rashid 3.6 5 11 11
Repeat Purchase This is actually my second time purchasing this product. Don't worryâ¿¿it didn't break or wear out or anything. I lost it and decided I didn't want to live without it. It's convenient, useful, cute, and safer to have lying around than an exacto knife when you just need to cut paper. The cap is great and stays on better than my exacto knife's cap, too, for added safety. I use it for craft projects, but it's also perfect for saving recipes or workouts from magazines before you recycle them, or for "clipping" coupons. Try it, I think you'll be pleased. June 27, 2014
Best Scratchboard Tool in My Arsenal I am an avid scratchboard artist, and this has quickly become my favorite tool. Cuts clean and thin, extra sharp, and the ball tip means I can have all my needed supplies safely in my purse or pockets! I bought it as an experiment, and it paid off big time. I've never used it to cut paper, but for precision lines and ease of motion, it's fantastic! Here's a scratchboard of Matthew McCounaghey I did with just this tool and a prepared scratchboard. March 5, 2014
Some people have complained it doesn't cut well, but I don't know if they are using it correctly? If you zoom in on the photo, you will see the cutting tip is VERY small. You have to be holding it at the correct angle (not too much straight up and down, more tilted back) Also, you still need to use a solid pressure. If you don't do any pushing, it won't cut. I found it cuts great, even curves and small details. I bought several for my elementary classroom, because now my students (3rd/4th graders) can use them without the danger of an exacto blade cutting a finger off. True, it's no exacto or box cutter, but I think the key draw for this is the safe for skin tip, and the ceramic blade that won't get dull. February 18, 2013
Not as sharp as I thought I thought the tip was a blade but it's actually sharp plastic. It cuts only if I use it in certain angle. Because of that I can't really cut curves and shapes easily. Also, because it's a plastic, it can't really cut unless the paper is really thin. December 5, 2012

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In addition to cutting paper items like coupons & receipts, the packaging indicates that this item will "open difficult plastic packages." Depending upon the thickness of the plastic, it might work for cutting thin plastic patterns for quilting & etching.
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