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Westcott Scissor Mouse Cuts Paper, Blue


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  • Cuts paper fast, easily and safe
  • Won't harm surfaces
  • Great for cutting paper, coupons and craft projects
  • For use when cutting on flat surfaces
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Color: Blue
Technical Details
Brand NameWestcott
Item Weight0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions1.4 x 4.8 x 7.6 inches
Item model number15576
ColorBlue
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberACM15576
  
Additional Information
ASINB0085U9B7A
Best Sellers Rank #57,391 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMay 22, 2012
  
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Product Description

Color: Blue

Cuts paper fast, easily and safe. Won't harm surfaces. Great for cutting paper, coupons and craft projects. For use when cutting on flat surfaces

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Customer Reviews

The Westcott Scissor mouse is an elegant product, simple to use.
eric talerico
You place the device on a flat surface, roll it over paper, with the paper fed through a small plastic guide, and the blade cuts the paper.
Erika Mitchell
Used it to cut paper and worked well the first couple of times but then started to just tear the paper when I tried to use it.
Natalie Dawn

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Emily H. on September 12, 2012
Color Name: Blue
The Scissor Mouse works beautifully for straight or slightly curved cuts across the full width of a piece of paper. I will probably use it most for cutting wrapping paper. Note: there is a funny red do-hicky on the bottom of the scissor mouse that looks like it should be peeled off before using it. Don't peel it off! It is the paper guide and is necessary for your mouse to work properly.

I found that the Scissor Mouse easily cut through 2 sheets of regular printer paper and through thicker paper as well. The package also claims the Scissor Mouse won't harm surfaces. There was no sign of damage on any of the surfaces I tried cutting on, which is nice insurance if I forget myself and use it on my antique dining room table.

The mouse works best if you start it a little ways back from the edge of your paper on a hard flat surface. The mouse is not designed to cut shapes from the middle of a page, and tends to get hung up if you don't cut all the way to the far edge (like if you were trying to cut fringes in your paper to make a hula skirt or something). As for the curves promised by the ads, it works well on long, gentle curves that go all the way across the sheet. This tool is not appropriate for cutting out small curved shapes, but they never claim that it is.

I especially like the handy see-through ruled guide that helps you cut a straight line. It is also easy to use with a straight edge, but keep in mind that the width of the tool means you can't cut directly against the straight edge. The best feature is that the blade is completely retracted, making it safe for kids and clumsy people such as myself. You can also throw it in a bag and not worry about cutting your hand when you reach in to pull it out (I did that once with and X-acto blade- OUCH!).
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By ringo TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 13, 2012
Color Name: Blue Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Anybody who's played with a Tonka truck understands the basic premise of this gadget - if you roll something with four wheels on a flat surface, it will go (mostly) in a straight line. And that's what this is - a mechanical "mouse" with four wheels and a center cutting wheel (which turns when the front wheels turn). You roll the gadget over stuff, and it cuts it.

I found this worked very well on all sorts of paper (including wrapping paper and grocery bags) and even light cardstock (nothing thicker than a cereal box). It works not at all on fabric, or even pre-used tissue paper, because there's a little red plastic edge thingy underneath the cutting wheel to press the stuff being cut up against the cutting wheel, and what you're cutting has to be stiff enough to be picked up by that, while being thin enough to fit between the two parts. (Red would normally indicate that the plastic thingy is just packaging, and to be removed before use - this isn't the case, however, and if you remove it you will expose the thin metal bracket that holds it, which will scratch up your cutting surface).

The bigger issue is that, having dropped the gadget onto a linoleum floor from table-top height, I find it no longer works. I can see why, thanks to the clear plastic of the bottom - the thin metal support for the red edge thingy got bent or maybe moved, by a couple of millimeters, and is now binding the cutting wheel. I could probably even get out a screwdriver and take the thing apart and fix it. But how often is this going to happen?

Real computer mice have a ball (or optic) underneath and go in any direction. This is a "mouse" only in the sense that it vaguely looks like one, and therefore someone in marketing thought it would be trendy.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Wendy E. Thomas on September 12, 2012
Color Name: Blue
Is it wrong for me to say that I'm in love with some scissors? Seriously, the Scissor Mouse is not your mama's pair of scissors. Instead, it looks like a computer mouse but it cuts paper. All you do is place what you want to cut on a flat surface and make sure that the paper goes in between the mouse and the paper glide, which also protects the cutting blade from being exposed. Once the paper is in place, press down and roll the scissor forward using the same hand movement you would for a computer mouse.

What you end up getting are long, clean cut lines.

This is perfect for gift wrapping and when you are using large sheets of paper. It eliminates all those pesky chippy cuts I always got when I used conventional scissors.

The Scissor Mouse can also make large wavy cuts which made it very popular with my daughter who had to do some school projects. She was able to make her "ocean waves" all by herself. Our Scissor Mouse came in a bright zebra design making it a fun and safe addition to my daughter's school supplies and easy to keep track of in the house.

You can be sure I won't be doing any more gift wrapping without having these scissors nearby.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Orion VINE VOICE on October 31, 2012
Color Name: Blue Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I really tried to get it to work. I tried several kinds of paper, several types of flat surfaces, various speeds of approach, and I can only conclude, this device is an epic failure. What were they thinking, to release such a useless device? Do they seriously want people to buy this? It doesn't work!

Here is what you have to do to make it sort of work. 1.) use a perfectly flat surface. 2.) use 1 sheet of not too thin and not too think paper. 3.) Get a running start, start about 8-10 inches away from the paper and move the device swiftly towards the paper. 4.) Hold the paper down tightly, do not let it slide or move at all. 5.)Try to move your hand in a straight line (it's not that easy, since your arm naturally moves in an arc.) 6.) Do not stop in the middle of a cut! You can't start it up again! 7.) Make sure you want a long cut, across the entire sheet of paper. 8.) Slide the mouse all the way across the paper in a smooth motion. 9.)Be willing to accept any kind of approximation to the desired cut.

Any other kind of paper, surface, or motion will result in crumpled paper. If you want accuracy, you can just forget it. You get one chance to make the right sort of move to cut the paper, and if don't do it perfectly the first time, the paper is ruined.

Possibly this device would work on gift wrap, where speed counts over accuracy. Other than that, this thing is completely worthless.
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