Jewelers have the best looking tools. This ultra-slim knife is 4-1/2" long OA, with a flat metal handle that comes in assorted colors (our choice). The short, broad blade is honed to fit into the slit in a watch case and pop the back off easily. It doesn't fold into itself, but does come in a protective vinyl sleeve for storage. Very sharp.
The secret is ceramics. This 5-1/2" long precision cutter has a ceramic point that's as sharp as an X-actly knife, stays sharp longer, is easier to maneuver in intricate cutting patterns, and is nearly impossible to cut yourself with. Cuts paper and card stock easily. Pencil-style, with a cap. A boon for crafters, and a blessing for junior crafters.
They call it the "Safety Cutter" and it's going to make your life a whole bunch easier. It's a little 2-3/8" long x 3/16" thick teardrop-shaped paper slicer with a teensy rust- and dullness-proof ceramic blade that magically cuts through paper and plastic. Perfect for clipping newsprint, cutting wrapping paper, and opening deviously sealed packaging, including the heavy stuff if you press a bit. Even CD cases. The crazy part? Won't cut your fingers or anything else. You could run it right over your hand, press down and everything, and nothing. Really. We tried it on some expendable employees. You know what this means? You can take it on airplanes, which further means that when you get to the coast you'll actually be able to open all the packages full of the stuff you sent ahead.
Add a little style to your life with this stainless steel leatherguyish multitool. The sides are pierced, so there's a peekaboo view of the blades, and a sort of bridge-strut look. It's a functional piece of art if we've ever seen one, and we expect big sales to architects and style mavens who like to be ready for any quick repair. Measures 3-1/2" x 1-11/16" x 5/8" when folded and opens to include pliers with cutters, saw blade, can/bottle opener, 2" knife blade, awl, (2) flathead drivers, a Phillips driver and a file.
Tired of being a slave to the electric company, or just worried about shredding documents if the FBI cuts the power to your office? Try our foolproof, non-electronic document shredder, a very scissors-like hand-held innovation. OK, a pair of scissors with (5) sets of parallel blades. Destroys credit cards in a couple of passes, takes care of full sheets with a few more. Craft/classroom/party-planner bonus: makes confetti like a champ, and produces fringe just as easily.
This 6” long utility knife accepts standard blades and has a blade lock so you don’t stab yourself in the pocket by mistake. Rubberized on the thumb side (if you’re using it right-handed), and we’ll select one in red, yellow or blue to go with your toolbox. Comes with one blade, too, to get you cutting right away.
This really heavy-duty Husky® brand utility knife pouch measures 8-1/2" x 4" and is made of Spuntuff®, apparently a 1680 denier water-resistant material. The 4-3/4” deep pocket has a smaller flapped pocket on it to hold up to (10) spare blades. Has a belt clip and loop, too.
Like those short-blade/wide-handled traditional Japanese scissors, but in modern titanium/stainless steel bonded metal with padded handles. Measure 6”’ over all, and 2” from axle to blade tip. Include a plastic blade guard attached to a 15” lanyard.
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