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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Easy Cutter

I know I have talked a bit about this tool before in various videos but I want to cover it here too.

I use my Easy Cutter all the time. I do love the ease that it cuts most things (as long as you don't try to cut something too thick or hard) I have been using mine for several years now and I still have the original blade in it. They do sell replacement blades so don't worry about that.

The only downside I have found is that it sometimes cuts at an angle not straight. I'm not sure if that is because I am trying to cut something too thick or not. Normally I can re-cut in the same spot to correct the cut or just use some sand paper or an emery board to straighten it out.

I manage to cut myself with mine about once a year, but I do tend to be a klutz so I think that is not a surprise to anyone that knows me. LOL

I love that the more common angles that I might want to cut are marked on the tool so it is easy to make a 45 degree cut for example. Here is a link to the web-site of the manufacturer so you can see the features for yourself. 







 


3 comments:

  1. They now make these with a slide-bar thingy that keeps the cuts true. Alas, I have one of the old models (like yours) and my cuts are also often slightly wonky. One day, I should spring for the upgrade :-)

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  2. Im going to get one soon, I keep forgetting to look for it on Payday.

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  3. I love it. I just got started this year on my first house. This has been a great tool to have.

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