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Thursday, November 17, 2011
8:00 AM | Posted by Rebecca R | | Edit Post
The Slice™ Safety Cutter - Great For Couponers 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. Perfect for scrap-booking, clipping recipes, couponsand news articles, removing shrink-wrap, opening CDs, DVDs, and plastic packaging, and more. 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
- For left- and right-handers
Now onto my review...
The Slice™ Safety Cutter is one of the most neatest gadgets I have come across in a long time. It's so small that you can carry it with you anywhere. Going to the store? Take it with you to cut coupons at the store. I was actually amazed at how small the ceramic blade was. I had to really look for it. First Impression was, ok, how is this tinsie tiny blade going to really do anything. Well, just so happens I received a package that day, from UPS, so I decided to try it out. Normally I would use a steak knife to open packages, me + steak knife = disaster! I used the Slice™ Safety Cutter and it cut through the packing tape with ease. Then I got a little too excited and just started cutting random things..paper, newspaper and even a few coupons (that I didn't need). Let me tell you, I had a lot of fun using the Slice™ Safety Cutter. The super small ceramic blade makes it completely safe for kids to use as well! I like to cut coupons and this has made it so easy and even fun. Where has this been all of my life?!
If you are a couponer, then this is a MUST HAVE product. It's so easy to use, lightweight, and you can carry it with you everywhere you go. Another huge bonus is that a minimum of 1% of all Slice product sales is donated to help fund autism research. By purchasing their products, you’re helping to find a cure for the millions of children and their families who live with autism every day...now that is something to feel good about.
Where to buy: You can purchase Slice products here. You can also connect with them on Facebook here.
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.