|Item Weight||1.44 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.6 x 4.5 x 8.6 inches|
|Item model number||9551|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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OLFA 9551 RTY-1/G 28mm Straight Handle Rotary Cutter
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Features include a blade slide safety cover and handle that is designed to reduce hand fatigue. Accommodates both right- and left-handed users. Great for small-scale projects, miniatures and tight corners.
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28mm Rotary Cutter Designed For Small-Scale Projects And Miniatures That Call For Intricate And Detailed Cutting Of Fabric And Paper
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You do need to exercise a bit of (normal) caution while using: I just barely grazed my hand, moving the cutter back after using it (in an admittedly too small work space) and ended up with a pretty good cut which put me out of commission for a few days (incidentally, I highly recommend 3M Steri Strip Skin Closures ~ expensive, but they actually hold the skin together, allowing it to heal more quickly)
I also played around with it on regular paper, very nice. I used it to cut some sandpaper, and really a lot of things. I even used it to cut the tag off a shirt and got a really good form since I would roll it exactly where I needed!
Truly a versatile little tool. If you're going to be cutting anything over about 4-5mm I would definitely look at getting the 45mm one instead.
It's one of those things that is so easy to use, you will wonder why you used anything else.
Unlike an X-Acto knife, this one rolls, so it reminds me of cutting a pizza. You wouldn't cut a pizza with a knife, and for the same reason, there are simply some tasks that will be easier for you to do by rolling than with a regular craft blade.