Martha Stewart Crafts Simple Circle Cutter
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- Martha Stewart Crafts Circle Cutter
- This circle cutter allows to cut perfect circles from 1-inch to 5-1/2-inch in diameter in 1/16-inch increments
- The double-sided blade will cut in both directions and the ergonomic, soft-grip hand tool makes cutting easier than ever
- Includes one hand tool, three blades that store conveniently in the tool, and one circular guide disk
- Hand tool measures 3 by 1-1/2-inch and disk measures 7-1/4 by 7-1/4 by 1/4-inch
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1. It is hard to keep in place, it slips every time which ruins the cut and wastes the paper you are cutting. I'm not even sure how you would cut something smaller than the circle cutter itself because you couldn't hold the paper down. You have to hold it on the outside rim with a pretty good amount of pressure so getting a good grip is hard, especially if you have smaller hands like myself. The Fiskars circle cutter has a nice spring loaded, foam padded knob in the middle where you hold it down. I can hold my paper pretty good with this one as long as you are careful spinning the cutting arm around. Fiskars wins!
2. I saw this product when Martha was making paper Christmas trees, which required circles in 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2 inch measurements. This cutter doesn't even cut circles up to 6" in diameter! The Fiskars circle cutter will cut circles from 1 inch up to 8 inches. Fiskars wins again!
3. Half the time the blade doesn't cut all the way through the cardstock. I'm guessing this is because it isn't that long to begin with and then you are having to snap it into the clear plastic disk which is set in ball bearings inside the outer rim. All this adds probably another 1/8" between the work surface and the top of the cutter.Read more ›
However, this product is horrible! For starters, forget about cutting a picture with it. There is no way to hold the picture down while you cut unless you adhere it to the mat. Even then you have to use a LOT of adhesive. And even removable adhesive will destroy a mat.
The blade does not cut deeply enough to go through a photograph or a heavy piece of cardstock.
In order to make the full circle, the user must force his or her wrist into contortions that I'm not sure any human being actually could.
I also think the diameter measurements are incorrect. I cut a 3" circle out of a photograph and a 3 1/2" circle out of cardstock for the mat. There was not 1/4" of mat all the way around - the 2 circles were almost exactly the same size.
I also had a hard time getting the circles to look like actual circles. There are much better circle cutting products on the market, in my opinion.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this product for some time and can honestly say that it is difficult to use. If you plan on using this product I would suggest using it on a glass cutting board.Published 3 days ago by eileen_827
Sorry, I hate to do this; but after two badly cut fingers, the product had to go back. First of all--to get the cover off the little knife is not so easy. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Martha L. Toner
Be really careful using these! The item itself works great, but I cut myself deep trying to pull the cap off from the bladePublished 1 month ago by Tiffany
I swear this contraption will open the seven gates to hell where you are required to cut perfect circles or risk eternal damnation. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Beth
The worst thing I've ever got online... I bought it instead of buying several circle punchs .. But it was an awful idea.. Read morePublished 3 months ago by meem