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Armour Products Bottle and Jar Cutter

2.1 out of 5 stars 311 customer reviews
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  • Recycle glass bottles and jar with a creative twist
  • Includes bottle cutter, cutting wheels, glass tapper, wedge, sanding sheets, reference guide
  • Use for both round and square bottles and jars
  • Made in USA
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Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.2 x 5.2 x 8 inches
Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Item model number 77-7721
ASIN B0018N6RR8
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2.1 out of 5 stars 311 customer reviews

2.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,079 in arts-crafts
#7,373 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools

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Product Description

Bottle and Jar Cutter is a fun way to recycle your round or square bottles and jars. Kit includes: Adjustable bottle cutter, 2 cutting wheels, glass tapper, adjustment wedge, five glass sanding sheets and a 24 page full color bottle cutting reference guide. Made in US.
Each bottle cutter assemble has TWO cutting blades. One is visible. The second one is only accessible after reading the attached instructions, which requires that the unit be partially dis assembled. The item do not cut the glass like a knife cutting a sandwich. The score line, which is a subtle line, needs to be tapped from within the bottle with the supplied tapping rod to run the scored line. Thus separating the top from the bottom half.


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My husband and I purchased this item because we wanted to make cool looking bottles into gifts for our friends and family, but were worried after reading negative reviews.

After trying the bottle cutter ourselves we found that, while glass cutting in general is a little frustrating, if you read the instructions fully and practice a few times, cutting glass is easy!

The blade doesn't cut the glass, but rather scores it so that when you hit it with the tapping hammer it breaks cleanly (I was not awesome at scoring, so my glass was a bit jagged - needed to sand it more, but that was ok!) The moral of this review: Easy, but takes practice! Kit works just fine :o)
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After reading all the reviews on this product I realized that the problem wasn't the product, but the people not knowing what they are getting into. This tool does NOT cut a glass bottle. Rather, it make a even score to work with. There are NO products out there that will cut through glass. You have to WORK to cut it.
I found a great video that helped me to make some perfect glasses:
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That being said, this product isn't the best. Cheaply made with a confusing setup. But it does work with practice.

Tips: Don't score the bottle more then once. Don't use the hammer. Don't worry bout the lube. Watch the video.

Good Luck!
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I have no trouble with this, although it's true that it's cheaply made, and there are many parts that are confusing to assemble and use. Maybe my success with it has a lot to do w/ my previous experience with another bottle cutting kit, called the Ephroms bottle cutting kit. THis one is much smaller, more simple to use, particularly for a beginner, and is metal and well-constructed. I spent many hours of trial and error and practicing with this one before I purchased the Armour Bottle & Jar cutter. THe ephroms version isn't good for large bottles, like jugs with big diameters, and I wanted to make not only tumblers, but also glass bowls from discarded wine jugs, and this plastic cutter works well for this purpose. I discarded half the add-ons and weird attachments and just use the basic mechanism. I had no problem getting a good score, either. And yeah, the tapping device fits into the mouths of some bottles, but not others, which is strange because it has nothing to do w/ the size of the bottle. WHen it didn't fit into the top of a champagne bottle, I assumed it also wouldn't work w/ other bottles that size and shape, but it just depends on the bottle. There are many other ways besides tapping, though, to separate a bottle such as the heating/cooling technique, using a candle and ice cubes or ice water. (This is the ephroms way) It is not true that this Armour is the only one on the market--there are others besides these two, and it is also not true that there are no devices or tools out there that will actually CUT the glass bottles. Dremel has several, for those who have advanced beyond beginner or occasional hobbyist. (I'm not quite there yet).
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I was really worried after reading the other reviews out there but there is not any other bottle cutters on the market right now. There ARE assembly instructions on the side of the box to start with, and it was really simple to put together. While this cutter does not come with the oil all class cutters require it, so that was really not a surprise. I scored the bottle after reading the directions and had no problem with it sliding. The directions tell you to put the front legs over the edge of the table to keep it from moving and it worked just fine. My wine bottle split right on the score line after tapping it. You have to have patience when working with glass, it is not a quick process. My tapper also fit inside my wine bottle with no problem....If you are willing to take the time to do the process correctly then this is a great product, if you are looking for something to cut glass instantly then keep looking.
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I saw commercials for a bottle cutter when I was a kid in the 1970's ,long before the internet existed. I always wanted one. I envisioned recycling old bottles for glassware and for other decorative and functional items. Then the product disappeared from tv commercials. I was so happy to find that bottle and glass cutters were still around so I purchased what i thought was a good one from amazon. FIRST, the product is difficult to position, the arm with the cutter is hard to get in exactly the right place and if it is not tight enough it slips when one goes to use it. The product is made of BRITTLE plastic that would in all probability crack if the wing is turned too tightly in an attempt to secure the cutter blade into position. SECOND, it is hard to hold the bottle in place because it slips and slides on the smooth plastic base. THIRD, it does NOT cut as easily or as cleanly as one would expect. FOURTH, it is extremely time consuming to tap, tap, tap on the inside of the bottle. FIFTH, if there is the SLIGHTEST flaw in the jar or bottle to be cut then there will be an uneven chunk to fall out of the side far below the taped line.
SORRY to be the author of such a negative review but this item is a complete waste of money.
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