Sunday, November 27, 2011

Review: slice™ Safety Cutter - Great for couponers


THE REVIEW:  I have recently been using coupons a bunch more lately.  I sort of go in waves with my coupon use- before Matty was born, I was couponing all the time, and now I am finally starting to get back into it.  I was really excited to receive a complementary slice™ Safety Cutter- Great for couponers.  I opened it up and was just not sure what to is AWESOME!  I mean totally fantastic! 

It is great for couponers.  It is this little easy to hold tool that has a ceramic blade that cuts right through the coupons.  This is so great for me, because I hate having the scissors out when I am couponing and the baby is around.  It is actually easy enough to use that Sara can help me with it and it is totally safe.  Of course, the fact that it can cut all sorts of things (and I do mean all sorts-ribbon, plastic, etc) means that I do need to keep a really close eye on her while she is using it, but it is still cool that we can coupon together. 

The other cool thing about it is that the slice™ Safety Cutter it is so small and you can keep it in your purse or on your key chain in case you need to clip coupons at the store.  I am constantly trying to do this at the store and end up ripping the coupons, so I love that it is now on my key chain for anytime use. 

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 scrap-booking, clipping recipes, coupons and news articles, removing shrink-wrap, opening CDs, DVDs, 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
- Rubberized non-slip finish
- Finger-Friendly™ Design
- For left- and right-handers
Perfect for Couponers!
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