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Fiskars scrapbooking paper trimmer with swing-out arm, 12 inches

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  • Portable 12-inch trimmer cuts up to 5 sheets of 20-pound paper at a time
  • TripleTrack rail system and durable blade carriage enable precise cuts
  • English and metric markings printed on easy-to-read aluminum faceplate
  • Swing-out 15-1/2-inch ruler; bonus replacement blade cartridge included
  • Measures approximately 16-3/5 by 5-2/5 by 1-2/7 inches; limited lifetime warranty

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Fiskars scrapbooking paper trimmer with swing-out arm, 12 inches + Fiskars TripleTrack Replacement Blades, Style I (196750-1001) + Fiskars TripleTrack High Profile Replacement Blades Cut/Score, Style I (01-001555J)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 16.6 x 5.4 inches ; 15.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00019DTRQ
  • Item model number: 196920-1001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,051 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Paper Trimmer features: aluminum surface tripletrack rail design, compact and lightweight swing-out ruler and a durable blade carriage. Perfect for trimming digital photos, business cards, retail tags, invitations, presentation materials and more. Size: 12-inch. Made in China.

Customer Reviews

My experience with this has been overall very good.
Ken and Bethany
It is easy to use, compact, easy to store and does the job.
P. Daniel
This is an excellent home/office trimmer for small jobs.
Albert M. Bleakley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By slotsalltheway on June 23, 2007
this trimmer is great for us everyday people. i am not a tool snob. i love whatever is fast, efficient, and mobile. i scrap at home and at workshops. i usually have clutter when i am in a creative mood. this trimmer holds up WELL! i chuck it around through my mess and crop like a mad woman! i have used this and the smaller one for years but have recently gone to just this one because the 8.5 inch one sucked. it never cut straight. this one cuts straight because the arm/tracks are much more sturdy. i thought there might be something better out there so i went on a mission for 12 inch trimmers. i am a big creative memories customer so used theirs at a workshop and did not like it at all. i was disappointed that i did not like it. must have flipped open wrong, or didn't hold paper well. i just know it cut paper crooked. i also recently purchased two other new trimmers. the green and pink one from provo craft is ok but the arm is in my way because it only lifts up and the arm feels cheaper and wobbles. the other one is the new orange 12 inch trimmer from fiskars and i returned it the same day. the main reason is because the arm is made to swing on the other side, it opens up on the small side of the trimmer. IT SUCKS! there is no room to work with the paper or scraps with the arm open over the small side. i loved everything alse about the orange one, but that arm was a big deal. none of the other fiskars (euro) open this way. so now i am back to using the classic gray one and am perfectly content. i will just stock up on replacement blades for the future. and another thing, i think the blades last for a LONG time. i think in the last 8 years i have replaced mine 2 or 3 times.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Ken and Bethany on April 22, 2007
My experience with this has been overall very good. I've got one that's going on four years old, and use it for more of my scrap booking projects than I use my big rotary cutter for...it's much more portable for crops, and easier to just grab it to use for cropping a photo, etc., than the big one!

Cutting UP rather than pulling it toward you helps if you're having trouble with wobbly cuts, although I rarely have a problem. Keeping it pulled to the inside also helps. And, most importantly, make sure you replace the blade when the cuts start to be ragged and less clean. The blades aren't made to last forever, but they are very cheap! (Usually less than $5 for two).

Overall, this is an extremely portable, super cheap, and very easy to use cutter, fairly safe for children (can't cause any deep cuts) and if you use if with care (and practice), and change the blade regularly, it makes clean and straight cuts.

I rate it so high, mainly because I think you're getting a pretty good quality for the price.

If you want the best, and don't want to have to be careful, get the cutterpede. It is a superior product. It's the next thing that'll go into my scrapping bag!
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By bvj54 on June 7, 2007
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I've had one of these trimmers for about 4 years. I'm still using the first blade, so if it ever gets dull I still have the replacement blade that came with the package. Only problem I can think of is storing this thing -- I cut the plastic blister pack in a way that I can put the paper trimmer back in the original package for storage. It's ugly, but it works, and it keeps the instructions and the extra blade together with the trimmer, and keeps the dust away. It's safe and easy to use; I suppose you could cut yourself if you really tried, so don't try.

When I needed several small photos of students in a class, I used Adobe Photoshop Elements to merge them all into two 8x10 sheets. Then I had those 8x10's printed for a couple of dollars, and cut them all apart to wallet-size photos, using my Fiskars trimmer.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Kamlin on January 25, 2008
i have had this cutter for at least 3 years. i am into scrapbooking and mainly cut photos and cardstock, which really dulls the blade. and sometimes i cut regular paper. it does cut 5 sheets of reg. paper at a time. but if you do plan to do this, you have to put more pressure on the blade as you slide. i have replaced the blade 3 times since owning this cutter. so far i am really happy with this device.
where i am fustrated is when i am trying to measure something 5inches. 5 inches get lost in between the board and the swing arm ruler. Also,i hoped in the future models of the cutter that fiskar can design a place on the cutter itself to store the extra blade.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By William E. Sanders on February 16, 2007
This little item works very well, as long as you put enough pressure on the blade while youre sliding it. it will trim 2 pieces of cardstock at once, and very well at that.
*SIDENOTE*-
I just discovered today that the cutting slider button has broken off, and I have no idea where it's at, so I guess now I already gotta replace it. Only had it around 6 months. Bummer!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By ElmoTheCat on September 21, 2007
This is my 2nd Fiskars trimmer in about 15+ years. I didn't hesitate buying a Fiskars replacement. I accidently dropped the thing and lost the orange blade unit. I inserted the replacement blade and it just does not cut the same; not even making contact without several swipes. By that time, I'm not getting a clean edge. The blade unit can only go into the track in one way so I don't get why it's not cutting. Time to look for another more sturdy model...
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