Professionally cut your regular sized SIM card to a micro SIM. Use the micro SIM in your iPhone 4 or iPad. This is 2nd generation sim cutter from Noosy. More reliable and reduce chance of failure. You can reuse the micro SIM in your old devices with the included macro SIM adapters.
CyberTech By Noosy [2nd Generation] Micro SIM Cutter (Color: Black or Silver), with 2 SIM adapters
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- Cut your regular sized SIM card to a micro SIM card
- Noosy 2nd generation sim cutter, more reliable
- Includes 2 macro sim adapters for the regular sim card slot use
- Color may vary (Black or Silver)
- Sold exclusive by CyberTech with 1 year warranty.
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I bought this for a Nexus 4 phone (migrating from a Galaxy Nexus) on a prepaid SIM.
I placed my standard SIM in the slot and squeezed and the cut SIM popped out. I did not think that it took too much pressure. The block that pushes down on the SIM is a solid metal block and the SIM slips into the slot snugly. The cut SIM did have 1 edge which did not seem smooth, but even then it fit into the slide-in adapter for my Nexus 4. I did have a very sharp knife with me smoothed that edge, but it was not really necessary.
However the cut SIM did NOT fit into the the 2 full-size SIM adapters that were included in the package, but I do not forsee in the future moving back to a phone with a full-size SIM.
Overall, I do recommend this over many of the online tutorials which explain how to cut a SIM. However it is possible to pop in the SIM into the cutter incorrectly, so just look at the arrow/picture on the bottom.
** Also, as a note, if your SIM has a special numbers on it (like mine did) make sure to take a picture of it before you cut.
I used this to cut a T-mobile SIM from a cheap Samsung pay-per-month phone down to size so I could use it in my Nexus 4. Where the SIM comes from and where it's heading is likely irrelevant, but, in case it matters, that was my use case.
The cutter does have some play in terms of the SIM fitting in, so, as others have said, make sure it's lined up properly. That said, there's not a lot of play, so I doubt you can really go wrong - it can only be slightly off square ay most no matter what you do, as long as you make sure it's all the way in.
I placed the cutter on a rubber mat on the floor (an old iPad cover, for what it's worth) and cut the SIM by stepping on the cutter. This worked, and based on the pressure I had to apply, it was probably a lot easier than squeezing it by hand. Even knowing (from other reviews) that it took a lot of pressure, I expected to not have to put so much weight onto it. I don't mean I was jumping on the cutter - I mean it seemed like a lot for a thin little SIM card.
The cut was clean, and I filed down the edges with some fine-grained sandpaper. I then put it in the Nexus 4, and it worked fine.
Maybe this cutter will work hundreds of times, maybe just a few. However, I suspect most people will use it once or twice, and for them, I recommend it. Just go slowly, use it on the floor on something that will hold it in place but is solid (not carpet!), and smooth the edges when done.
The cutting die is not very sharp at all. That's an understatement. It is DULL. I used an old SIM as a practice run and I was really amazed at just HOW MUCH pressure has to be exerted on the handle to get the job done. I am no stranger to tools as I'm a skilled tradesman as well as a hobbyist bike/car/truck mechanic and also like to work on clocks.
The quality of this "tool" is pretty low -but what do you expect for under ten clams?
The handle looked crooked on the pivots from the instant I took it out of the plastic packaging. I think it might be bending more with each use. After one more SIM punch I think I'll be done with it anyhow.
The amount of pressure required to punch this made me really feel nervous about using this on a good SIM. The junk SIM "test" I ran at least gave me some idea of how much to squeeze. When I used this on the first real SIM it worked OK and didn't ruin the chip at least. But the cutter on this punch is so dull that I had to really clean up a lot of excess plastic left behind that pulled through the cutter instead of clean-shaving it off neatly like it should.
A few minutes with a sharp pocket knife cleaned up the floppy plastic at the dirty cut-edges so it fit nicely into the SIM tray of my wife's new-used iPhone 4s but it should need this. Because the blade is so DULL it means there is too much pressure being put on the chip in the SIM. That can't be good on it.
I am going to be punching down my own SIM today for my new Nexus 4.Read more ›
In my experience devices works perfectly. No issues. The SIM adapters don't fit. Otherwise, no problems.
For more details read my full review below.
>>FULL REVIEW <<
I bought this with Amazon Prime shipping, and it arrived in 2 days as expected.
Device is in an easy to open cardboard box. It can be returned to the box for storage if you wish. The instructions are on the box. Using this device is a no-braininer so with or without the instructions it's fine. The instructions were sufficient. No issues there.
No complaints here. Really, it's as simple as inserting the card (with the correct orientation), and pushing down on the handle.
An outline of the card orientation is etched onto the device, so it is EASY to see which way around to place the card.
The SIM card fits VERY snuggly into the cutter. So there is no room for erroneous movement (and thus misalignment).
If you have large hands you can probably just hold it in one hand and squeeze. It is, however, much easier to place it on a table and simply push down onto it.
I see some people complaining it was VERY hard to push and cut the card. I can only assume they had a dud device or very weak hands (whilst trying to do it in the hand, and not on a table). I've cut two cards with mine and when I place it on a bench it's simply a matter of pushing down onto the device with the hand (and perhaps a little body weight, although I didn't find that necessary).
One reviewer said it is only good if you have to do just one card (implying the device was cheaply made). I see no justification for this. The device is sturdy and well made in my opinion.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It cuts where it's supposed to, but it's ragged, and the cut card doesn't fit in the two shims that come with the product.Published 2 months ago by dwilc
After cutting 200 SIM Cards, this little bugger is still going strong.
There is a bit of a technique to using it though.
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Saved me a lot of money. I didn't have to waste time at Tmobile trying to get them to give me the smaller SIM card at $10 a pop. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TheDesotoJoneses
Good. Bought it for work. Transfers the GIANT sim into a Micro.Published 7 months ago by Laura Carson
It did what it was spposed to do, and cut the SIM card. Our problem was that there were no guidelines about how to exactly place the SIM, and once we cut it it didn't work.Published 10 months ago by jr