The Slice™ Safety Cutter Review

Slice Safety Cutter


Slice Safety CutterThe Slice™ Safety Cutter is great for couponers. It can be used for scrapbooking or clipping recipes too. Or anything else that isn’t terribly thick. It will cut cardboard but not all the way through.

It is great for the plastic coverings on packages. Once I figured out how to position it correctly it cut the plastic all the way across in one slice! The blade is on the flat bottom and I kept wanting to hold it so the corner was down…that took some practice but once I got it right it worked!

Kids can use it for art projects like collages or paper doll cut outs too as it is won’t cut the skin.The slice is finger safe as it won't cut the skin. I checked that myself! It has a finger friendly microscopic ceramic blade which makes it a safe alternative to scissors or knives.

The ceramic blade never rusts or needs sharpening and should last longer than steel.

The Slice comes with a built in magnet and key-ring hole so you can keep it on your refrigerator or put it on your key-chain where it is available when you need it. It is also small enough to fit in your purse so you have it when you need to cut coupons out at the store.

It does help to have somewhere to lay the newspaper down (clipboard!) but cutting coupons is easy with The Slice™ Safety Cutter.

Slice™ makes several other products for both home and office use.  1% of all Slice™ product sales is donated to fund Autism research. So you can fill your cutting needs and support autism at the same time!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

2 comments

  1. Awesome! I want one of these so bad! I am only 33 but have had Reumatoid Arthritis since i was 4 years old and my hands have gotten so crippled that i can barely use scissors anymore. This would be very helpful especially for couponing!

    1. Yes it should be easier for you to use. They are not every expensive either…but you can always tell your family to add one to your Christmas gifts.

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