Crayola Cutter "Can Cut Where Scissors Can't"
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- The ONLY cutting tool that cuts where scissors can't and is 100% safe.
- New and improved for better results.
- Great for school projects and crafting.
- Cuts quicker, smoother and cleaner.
- Can cut from the middle of the page.
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Crayola Cutter is the safe way to cut! With the new and improved Crayola Cutter, you'll have the only cutting tool that "cuts where scissors can't" and is 100% safe!
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You must go slowly for the cutter to work properly. If you go too fast, you need to go over it again - - and that is when you get the rough edges others are talking about. It is basically a needle that goes up and down to cut the paper, if you go too fast, the cuts are too far apart.
It can be hazardous to children! It is designed to stop with the needle inside the casing; however it stopped a few times with the needle sticking out. I even scratched myself on it.
The projects they send can easily be cut with scissors. The unit is heavy and after a few seconds I wondered if I would ever finish. I wanted to quit.
The MAT is the other reason you can have rough edges and the project does not look good. Each time you cut a line, it leaves an indent in the mat that interferes with future cutting. I would suggest a self healing mat instead of the one that comes with this tool.
This is such a great idea and seems to be well made, and the way the mat and tool snap together to make it easy to store or carry around is all great. But the one thing that would keep me from buying it is the push button. (I would buy a different mat to use)
Even so, I would not recommend this for young children. It does require skill and patience, not to mention muscles and stamina.
I feel parents need to remember this is a childs toy!! A $16.00 TOY!! Not a professional art tool!! You will not get the same results as if you had an xacto knife, and expectably so, again this is a childs TOY!! With that being said, MY girls 4 and 10, LOVE it.. My 10 year old understands its a TOY and shes not going to produce a masterpiece from it, enjoys it and is happy with her results! My 4 year old needed some help until she got the hang of holding it and taking her time :) As the other parent said, i'm not about to "brake out" the Xacto knife for my children to start (cutting their fingers off) tracing/cutting things! As far as it being "too loud" i have to disagree with that as well, my husband and i were at the table talking with the girls while they were using it and we could hear each other just fine..We have had no problems with the blade. As far as needing parent assistance, yes, you will need to help at times however i believe thats what parents are for!!
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