- Product Dimensions: 16.4 x 9 x 1.1 inches ; 3.2 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B000S12LJE
- Item model number: 196920-1001
- Average Customer Review: 21 customer reviews
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Fiskars 196920-1001, Patented Triple Track Portable Euro Paper Trimmer , 12-I
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- Patented TripleTrack blades interlock with cutting rail for straighter cuts and have an ergonomic high profile cutting carriage for a better grip
- Euro aluminum veneer with precision printed grid and scale in 1/16th inch increments
- Swing out extension arm extends your measuring to a full 15 inches
- Bonus cutting blade included
- Cuts 5 sheets of 20lb paper up to 12-inch long
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Top Customer Reviews
My original review is below, exactly I as wrote it back in February.
I have used this product non-stop since I bought it almost 2 months ago. I also did you a favor by comparing prices, reviews, and features of many similar products before I bought this one. Here is what stands out now that I have had my own experience to allow a 5 star review.
-It is easy to cut a straight and accurately measured line.
-Extremely light and portable.
-Designed to use up to 12x12 paper.
-Easy to replace cutting blade (comes with a back up).
-Takes up very little room/easy to store.
My one complaint (because nothings perfect) is about the blade. Although it is easy to replace it is also easy to have fall out if not careful when storing. I store mine standing on edge and have noticed the blade missing at times. Thankfully it is no problem to put back in. I only say this so you can be aware of the issue, not that it lowers the products quality.
I hope this review is useful in evaluating your purchasing decision. Please leave a comment if there is something I missed that you would have liked to know so I can better review products.
Other then the measurements wearing off, this is a great cutter!!!
Great for measuring and large enough to cut 12 x 12 scrapbook paper.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've needed a new trimmer for a couple months now. I like Fiskars, a lot actually. But I don't like the way the packaging came. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Guadalupe Teske
I love it! I use it almost every day. I print a lot of stuff from the computer and I need to trim them, and it works beautiful.Published on April 20, 2013 by Shirley J. Severa
I bought this for the primary purpose of trimming photos. It has been perfect for the job! It cuts easy and smooth each time. Read morePublished on August 19, 2011 by Grace
I really love this cutter I think it is much more accurate than the one I was using. Love itPublished on July 10, 2011 by Tammy I. Burnett
Easy to use. Cuts clean and straight. A good size, you can cut normal paper size (8x11), so I use this to make cards and recipe cards. Read morePublished on June 5, 2011 by ashley
The trimmer did not look like the picture. It is made of white plastic rather than purple, and the measuring surface has a distracting picture of flowers on it. Read morePublished on June 4, 2011 by jen-marie
This works great for both paper and cardstock. I like how the ruler folds in for compact storage. Plus the blade is pretty safe if you have small children around.Published on April 10, 2011 by Kristina Lim
Great product, Perfect for my company.
I use this everyday and have not had a problem.
Highly recommend, although you can't cut more than 4 or 5 pages at a time, it... Read more
I bought this product six months ago and I couldn't be happier with how well it works. It is super easy to use and cuts every paper perfectly and with ease. Read morePublished on March 21, 2011 by J. Miller