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As a general purpose trimmer, the ClassicCut Lite is appropriate for use in the office or home. Guillotine style blade has no problem cutting through thick materials or high capacity projects. This paper trimmer has a 12" cut length and chops 10 sheets at once in a thin, straight line. An alignment grid and dual scale ruler are printed on the trimmer base to help you line up each and every trim for perfect results. The ClassicCut Lite base is made of durable, plastic material that is lightweight and easy to transport. The traditional, sharp guillotine blade includes user-friendly safety features including a protective guard rail and a blade latch hook that locks the blade down while the trimmer is not in use. The ClassicCut Lite with 12" cut length handles average paper cutting needs of up to 10 sheets without any difficulty. A 15" cut length version is also available.
The Swingline ClassicCut Lite Guillotine Trimmer delivers a clean and neat trim. Ideal for casual cutting, the straight blade easily trims paper, cardstock, photos, presentations and more. Limited 10-year warranty.
Swingline guillotine trimmers are designed for high capacity or large format paper cutting, while rotary trimmers offer more versatility for crafts or precision projects. Both styles deliver a clean and neat trim.
|ClassicCut Lite |
|ClassicCut Ingento |
|SmartCut EasyBlade Plus |
|Sheet Capacity||10 Sheets||15 Sheets||15 Sheets|
|Warranty||Limited 10-year||Limited 10-year||Limited 1-year|
|Special Feature||General purpose--also |
available in 15" cut length
|Heavy duty maple base |
and tension spring arm
|Concealed blade with |
colored wear indicator
ClassicCut Lite Guillotine Trimmer--Guillotine style paper cutter in 12" or 15" cut length is built for the occasional 10 sheet trimming job. Lightweight and portable trimmer has a small footprint. Safety features include protective guard rail and blade latch hook to lock guillotine blade down when it is not in use. Limited 10-year warranty.
ClassicCut Ingento Guillotine Trimmer--Premium 12" guillotine style paper trimmer can cut up to 15 sheets. Trims paper, presentation materials, crafts and photos. Heavy duty maple base and die-cast metal cutting arm provide lasting durability and precise cuts. Tension spring keeps arm in place in any position. Limited 10-year warranty.
SmartCut EasyBlade Plus Rotary Trimmer--Rotary trimmer with 12" cutting length trims up to 15 sheets. EasyBlade™ technology conceals blade inside a cartridge to keep your fingers from ever touching a sharp edge. Plus, blade wear indicator changes color from red to green when you need to replace the blade. Limited 1-year warranty.
I am a couponer so this was purchased specifically for cutting coupons. I have to say when I first received it, it felt cheap besides the blade the whole thing is plastic. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Heather Morris
Ordered this for my mother who does mesh wreath crafts. Dependable, sturdy, and cuts great. Would recommend for any crafter.Published 3 days ago by Lady Orion
Used this for thousands of cuts and still sharp as ever. This cutter was indispensable for our wedding invitations, photo albums, and thank you cards. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dennis C.
Very light but well-built and cuts straight. I like that it's light,and stand it up on a shelf when it's not being used. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Obtusely Pedantic
Feels cheap, but seems to work quite well. One problem i have noticed is that the lock for the blade is poorly designed and often sticks, causing a danger when trying to release... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great for cutting straight edges. Be careful...this is extremely sharp!Published 9 days ago by Sunshine
bought this for my warehouse, very nice blade on this piece for very cheap! would buy again if someone happens to slam my current one to the ground and break itPublished 11 days ago by Steven S. Abadi