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I was given the opportunity to try out the Slice Safety Cutter and let me tell you this thing is excellent! I started couponing probably 2 to 2 and a half years ago, and the first thing I realized quickly is that clipping with scissors is extremely time consuming. I usually use a craft paper cutter and this is still pretty time consuming.

 

When I saw this I was excited to try it out. When I got it I honestly thought it would be a little bigger, but none the less it worked way better then I expected. I was able to cut through about 6 newspaper inserts at a time and like 4 printed coupons, at separate times of course.

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The only complaint I have is that it actually cut a line in my wood table, so I suggest using a cutting board when using it, besides that it was awesome! I would reccommend this to any couponer or if you have kids. This works wonders for opening those crazy plastic packages! From the website The Slice™ Safety Cutter is the most versatile tool you’ll ever own. Features a finger-friendly microscopic ceramic blade that’s quick, easy and a safe substitute for scissors or traditional safety knives. Slice™ Safety Cutters are perfect for clipping, removing shrink-wrap and plastic packaging, and more. Used by manufacturing facilities world-wide to reduce injuries in the work place – even in the White House! Includes a built-in magnet and key-ring hole. – Ceramic blade lasts longer than steel – Stays sharp and never rusts – Built-in magnet and key-ring hole – Finger-Friendly™ Design – Rubberized non-slip finish – For left- and right-handers – Ceramic blade does not conduct electricity – Hassle-free bulk packaging Design by Alfredo Muccino. Win your own by entering below, or you can get yours herefor only $5.99.   

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  • Jessica M

    I think I’m going to order one for my boyfriend for work. He works in a factory. They aren’t allowed to carry their own pocket knives, but yet they need one constantly to get their jobs done. Every time they need a knife, they have to sign one out of the office & then take it right back….many, many times per shift. I think they may allow him to carry one of these!!

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