The Slice Safety cutter is a great alternative to scissors for couponers or scrapbookers! The ceramic blade stays sharp, never rusts and is made with a finger friendly design. The slice safety cutter safely clips, cuts and opens. Opens difficult packages, perfect for CDs or DVDs, scrapbooking, coupons or recipes. It also has a build in key ring hole and magnet to keep it either with you on your keys or on the fridge in a handy place so it won’t get lost!
My favorite feature of the cutter is that you can’t cut your finger! (Well, maybe you can if you try hard enough but that is one challenge I am not about to try!) One of my newer scrapbooking tools I have used only once or twice because the first time I tried to use it, I sliced my finger open. It wasn’t a deep cut, more like a big paper cut, but man did that sting and take a while to heal back up! With the Slice Safety Cutter, I don’t have to worry about accidentally slicing my finger open while I am trimming pieces for my scrapbook pages.
My second favorite feature is the key ring hole! I am notorious for misplacing my scissors. I keep saying I need to get a hook to hang them on when I am not using them. I tied a string through the hole on the Slice safety cutter and hang it on the lamp near my scrapbook table when I am not using it. I also have a magnetic strip in my room for my magnet collection, but it isn’t close enough to be helpful. But I did however try out the magnet on the strip and it worked out quite well for anyone who might want to keep theirs on the fridge or a magnetic strip closer to the scrapbooking table :).
As far as cutting, there is no problem going through glossy coupon paper or thin printer paper. When it comes to scrapbooking, it doesn’t cut cleanly through thicker card stock. It also works great on photos.
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