|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||13.8 x 4.5 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||SIZERAVI|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SIZER|
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Aviditi SIZER Carton Sizer/Reducer
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- Cut boxes to the exact size required!
- Carton Sizer/Reducer makes cutting boxes down to the desired depth fast and easy
- Saves money by requiring less void fill
- Ruled for precise measuring
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Top Customer Reviews
I have only had this thing for less than a month now.
And I'd say that I've used it probably less than ten times so far.
But it is a great little tool.
Exactly what I needed to save time and effort and to really do a better job of making the folds.
I scored my cartons before by drawing pencil-lines and making "dotted lines", "puncture lines" with a utility knife.
That worked okay but it was a pretty slow job, and not a particularly fun job.
My new carton-sizer is just perfect for me.
It's very quick and easy and accurate too.
I also bought the Skil 2352 Rotary Cutter.
Oh yes, it's worth every nickel I paid for it too.
I just use it to cut cardboard fast and easy.
If I never use that rotary cutter thing for anything else, it'll still have been well worth buying.
You might as well make the job quick and easy and actually fun.
Why suffer it out just because you think you're going to save a nickel?
The money you spent buying the right tools will come back to you you know.
The easier something is to do, the more likely we are to do it in good time.
And that notion applies to saving on packing materials and freight charges.
Fold 'em down, trim 'em down, step back and smile.
UPDATE 18 AUG 2013 -
According to my records -
And according to Amazon's records -
I bought this tool on 01 Nov 2011.
That's something less than 2 yrs that I've been using it.
So I don't know if you'll count me as an experienced carton-cutter-downer or not.
Man I wouldn't want to be without this little low-cost tool.Read more ›
Instead, it is simply a perforation wheel with a guide. I don't generally get a straight fold from it, probably because I don't press hard enough. It does not get all the way into the corners unless you cut further down than you want to fold and then perforate above it (so the tool can go past the adjacent edge of the box). If you want to resize your box by only a small amount, there is a limit to how close the wheel can get to the guide. I have had to freehand a few where I only wanted to take off an inch.
I ship books, which makes for heavy boxes even when they are small. Therefore, damaging the box material seems like a bad plan. That's why I put away my utility knife and bought this.
Anyway, still four stars because there is nothing else and it's a huge improvement on a utility knife and a ruler. I'm glad I bought it, it just wasn't everything I hoped.
The blade itself worked well. It made good perforations that made the cardboard easy to bend. I do wish the guide on the slide-able part on the ruler were a little closer to the thickness of the cardboard that it is intended to perforate though. The guide allows the cardboard to move around a bit, and its depth got in the way a bit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Item received as described. Fast delivery!! Was easy to use.Published 6 days ago by Jennifer Bennett
I ship books. With this tool I can stock one standard size box and adjust the depth to avoid adding weight with dunnage to tightly pack books for shipment. Highly recommended.Published 6 days ago by J. Chilton
This is one crazy gadget that works!!! Having to do a lot of boxing, this one does the trick!!! Five Stars!!!Published 20 days ago by Reviewer One
I love this. i”ve been cutting my own boxes down for my sales on another site..They worked but looked like a toddler made them. I figured out how to use this quite quickly. Read morePublished 27 days ago by E. Glennon
Nice tool. Very sturdy and well built. I have used it a few times. I used to use a bread knife
to score boxes ... Read more