I recently had the opportunity to review the Slice Safety Cutter. It was the perfect time to try this compact and lightweight cutter with a packet of coupons I received in the mail yesterday. The Slice Safety Cutter can also be used for cutting photos and recipes out of magazines, scrapbooking, removing DVD plastic wrapping and even the hard to open plastic packaging on many electronic items.
Great for Couponers!
The Slice Safety Cutter is a nice alternative to using scissors or safety knives. With its Finger-Friendly™ Design, cutting coupons was a breeze. I did have to remember to hold it parallel to the cutting surface but I was impressed with the cutting ability from a very small blade/tip. The ceramic blade stays sharp, never rusts and won’t cut fingers. The last feature is a BIG plus in my book since I have a small child that wants to get into anything and everything. Plus, there is no right or wrong way to use it since it’s made for both left and right-handers. I’m left-handed and I have been frustrated in the past since some products aren’t “user friendly” for left-handed people.
Won’t Cut Fingers!
It has a built-in magnet to put on the refrigerator or add it to your keychain with the key-ring hole to keep with you all the time. I was happy to give this safety cutter a home on the refrigerator instead of in our junk drawer where I know I will forget it’s in there. I just might have to buy one to put on my keychain because there have been plenty of times that I am at the grocery store and see an in-store coupon from the store’s circular and need to tear it out. I manage to tear out the coupon but usually ruin the coupon next to it.
Overall, the Slice Safety Cutter is a safe substitute to your traditional scissors or safety knives but you need to remember to use it on a cutting mat or extra paper so you do not ruin your table or desk. It will come in handy during the holidays when it’s time to cut the wrapping paper for presents and makes a great stocking stuffer present for family and friends since it retails for only $5.99. Purchase one today…the Slice Safety Cutter.
An extra bonus…I was really glad to read on the packaging was a portion of the purchase price for the Slice Safety Cutter is donated to Autism research. I wanted to find out a little more about it and see below for the information from their website.
[From Website] Slice donates 1% of corporate worldwide sales to various autism research programs that have global ramifications for families and individuals that live with autism on a daily basis.
We also encourage corporate and individual donations directly to our key research benefactor at the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.
To learn more about the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Clinic and their associated research, or to donate directly, please visit our donation page here:
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