Cricut 29-0001 Personal Electronic Cutting Machine
- Portable electronic cutting machine for greeting cards, scrapbooks, and other paper crafts
- Cut letters, shapes, or phrases; works with vellum, paper, cardstock, and vinyl
- Cuts from 1 inch up to 5-1/2 inches tall
- Cartridge-based system; no computer required; George and Basic Shapes cartridge included
- Measures 17-4/5 by 9-2/3 by 12-8/9 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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The Cricut Personal Electronic Cutter is a portable machine that cuts letters, shapes, and phrases at the touch of a button. Without the need for a computer, the Cricut machine can cut characters from 1 inch up to 5-1/2 inches tall and 11-1/2 inches wide from a variety of materials, including vellum, paper, cardstock, and vinyl. The Cricut machine uses small, lightweight cartridges to cut complete font or shape sets. The machine is easy to use, simply place your paper on the cutting mat, load it into the machine, insert your cartridge, make your cutting selection, and press cut. Users can even control the size and the style of the cut with the machine's simple controls. This portable cutter weighs only 9 pounds and has a handle for convenient transportation. The Cricut Personal Electronic Cutter comes bundled with the George and Basic Shapes cartridge, 1 6 by 12 inch cutting mat, 1 power adapter, and user manuals. Measures 17-4/5 by 9-2/3 by 12-8/9 inches.
Top customer reviews
I was super excited to open this, the box was in great shape and it looked hardly used. Even came with a cartridge and I didn't expect that! I used to have one of these machines but I sold it a long time ago so when I opened it I couldn't wait to use it again!! But something was wrong with the cutting blade. Not the blade itself, but the mechanism that holds the blade would not move up and down on it's own as it's supposed to, therefore only cutting part of a letter and only when I manually pushed the blade piece down. Didn't work properly at all, I was extremely disappointed. Thankful for prime so I could return the machine.
I easily taught my granddaughter, who is a first-grader, to use the system with adult supervision. We agreed she should tie back her long hair for safety and keep fingers clear of the working parts. With my help and supervision, she was quickly selecting shapes and sizes and cutting the shapes she wanted. She understood the use of the shift key and also the creative features.
We won't let her use the system alone until she is quite a bit older, but the user interface and operation of the machine is very simple once the machine is set up. My granddaughter was so enthusiastic about her experience that she wanted to be the one to teach her mother how to use it. We all love the Cricut.