|Item Weight||0.32 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 0.3 x 0.9 inches|
|Item model number||DC-190F|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FBA_DC-190F|
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CANARY Corrugated Cardboard Cutter"Dan Chan" [Fluorine Coating], Yellow (DC-190F)
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- Length: 19cm Blade length: 7.8cm
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Made By Craftsmen
Our scissors are made one by one by craftsmen who inherited the technology of scissors manufactured way back in 1933 and had been cultivated and improved continuously.
All CANARY brand scissors undergo rigorous sharpness checks. You can be assured you will enjoy the comfortable sharpness quality of our scissors.
CANARY is Japanese high quality scissors in SEKI city since 1933. CANARY is making products with mind of a craftsman in a situation of a customer.
Cardboard Cutter "Dan Chan"
Ideal tool for cutting:
- Cardboard Box
- Plastic Tape
- Packing Strap
- Stretch Wrap
Product Size: Overall Length 7.48"
Blade Length 2.95"
Material: Stainless Steel Blade / PP Plastic Handle
●Non-stick coating prevents tapes and adhesives from sticking.
●Serrated Double-Edge blade allows cutting upwards or downwards / Ideal for cutting packaging straps.
●Excellent maneuverability when cutting cardboard / Can even make clean circular cuts.
●Fine sawtooth edge prevents blade from getting caught unlike regular utility blades
●Anti-Slip Handle With Cross-Guard Allows For Easier Grip And Safer Handling
●Rounded chisel edged tip is ideal for peeling-off labels, making shallow cuts, or for scouring cardboards (useful when resizing cardboard boxes).
Maintenance Tips and Usage Notes
●Keep blade dry to prevent rusting. Avoid using harsh chemical to clean as it may remove the non-stick coating.
●Handle with care.Wear safety gloves and goggles.
●Keep out of reach of children.
Made in Japan
Made one by one by craftsmen
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I thought I would try it before I bashed it though. Holy crap - it cut through layers of packing box cardboard like it was made of tissue paper! I had been using my reciprocating saw to cut layers of large boxes down for our recycling bin. I'm not exaggerating when I say this tool cut through these boxes faster and cleaner than the power saw.
I tried it on some pretty dense styrofoam packing blocks next. Same result!
I just ordered a couple more.
Looking for your next birthday present for a 7+ year old? How about this; a few large "Amazon" boxes (I know you have several of those hanging around if you are on this website;-) and the book Box!: Castles, Kitchens, And Other Cardboard Creations For Kids
and these- Makedo Cardboard Construction Tools Scru Add-On - Perfect for In-Classroom STEM Learning and At-Home Play - Includes 40 Reusable Makedo Scrus - Suitable for Children Age 4+
All the birthday kiddo will need is their imagination!
So, why do you want this? Because this is the PERFECT tool for opening boxes from Amazon or your favorite online retailer. The 'blade' slides through tape and through cardboard easily. And it's not really a blade—think tiny teeth—you're not going to damage delicate box contents as readily. This thing lives right next to where I set my keys down—walk in the door with a box, set keys down, grab tool open box. Why else? because you have to break down boxes right? Yep. Like butter.
This might be my new token gift I give someone to watch their face say 'Thank you?' when they open it. That will make it all that much more fun when they rave to me a week later about how cool this thing is.
I had a stack of boxes in the garage that were all too big to fit in the recycle bin. Half an hour later my bin was full.
Compared to a traditional utility knife, these are head and shoulders above for cutting apart boxes.