|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 1.8 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||00884L|
|Color||Chrome, Red handle|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Tooluxe® 00884L Razor-Blade Scraper with Ultra-Comfort Handle | Stainless Steel 9" Long
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- MULTI-USE: Razor blade scraping tool offers a better way to scrape paint, stickers, gum, or other gooey messes off surfaces
- INCLUDES BLADE: Includes one piece stainless steel blade and screw-down clamp holds the blade firmly in place
- EASY GRIP HANDLE: Soft-grip PP+TPR handle reduces hand fatigue and ensure a solid grip for righties and southpaws
- EASY BLADE REPLACEMENT: Holds standard single edge safety blades (always use caution with razor blades by reversing the blade when storing)
- STAINLESS STEEL: Made of stainless steel with a mirrored-polished finish that won't rust
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- comfortable handle
- screw-down clamp holds razor blade firmly
- long handle so you don't bang your knuckles on your project
- works better than typical razor scrapers, as it's easier to control, and the blade can't retract on its own
- easier to clean than typical razor scrapers
- relatively low price
- when using the tool, the blade has to be exposed, but, it's dangerous to leave it like that when the tool is put away. One star off for Tooluxe not including a safety blade cover.
For safety, reverse the blade for storage or at least cover it each time [when stored] with duct or other tape so you don't cut yourself.
But if you need to work from an angle too close to the glass two things reduce this tools effectiveness
- the screw holding the blade gets in the way
- the flat shaft is too flexable to apply the pressure needed to remove the sticker
The other issue is that there is no cover for the blade. When your done I think the intent is for you do undo the screw, turn the blade around, and re-screw it with the blade facing inward.
What a pain. There are other, better, products one can get for the same money. I do not recommend this one.
-First and foremost is that the razor blades this scraper use are VERY brittle. The razor that came with my unit SHATTERED less than 5 seconds into using it. That means little bits of razor blade went flying. That's just ridiculous from both a quality standpoint and a safety standpoint
-Second, on the subject of safety, this tool does not make it easy to store after use. You have to unscrew the blade and flip it around every time you want to use the scraper or risk having a sharp blade sticking out. Bad scraper, BAD!
-Third, (and by the point we're really just adding to the pile) is that the scrapper is far too flimsy. You want a scraper to be rigid so you can use some force and attack stickers at the right angle. Instead, this scraper flexes like it's a finalist in a Strong Man competition. No. Just no.
Just stay away from this tool. It's quite terrible.
You can't leave it in your tool box or you'll wind ou cutting yourself. You can't put it down if you have children around. And you cannot put it in your pocket to go from one job to another, such as cleaning windows.
Plenty of other blade scapers on sale. Buy one of those.
I would recommend you look for something else.
To use, you unscrew the nut and bolt, remove the blade and it's protective cardboard, rotate and remount the blade facing outward. Fine so far. I replaced the hex nut with a 'wing nut' that allows easier and better reassembly.
Nice feel, good colors make it easy to see but needs some kind of warning tape or sign near the working end.
The problem is this tool while effective for what it's made for is 'an accident waiting to happen'. The razer blade is exposed and can NOT be retracted. It can't be put in a safe position without disassembling the unit and reversing the single edge blade. There is not even a protective cover. I've used hand tools all my life and I know how people use them. Once put back in the tool box someone will slice open a finger (or worse) because the head (zazer) is still exposed, especially so if multiple people are using the tools.
To be truly safe you must disassemble the head remove and rotate the razer and re-assemble but a large number of people will never do that. Again there are no warnings of any kind just advertising the features.
While I didn't care about the exact length, I did measure it and it's a tad less than 9 1/2 inches (end to tip) which is a far cry from the advertised 12 inches.
Really bad dangerous 'design', not happy with this product.
Pros: Comfortable Handle, Uses standard Razor Blades
Cons: No cover for when not in use (bare razor blade exposed is a bit dangerous). The metal arm is pretty flexible.
Worked only marginally for my purpose. The metal arm is fairly flexible in the direction parallell to its greatest width. This may be of some use in certain needs but, worked against my purpose. I was unable to get much pressure against the razor blade tip because the metal arm would bend rather than apply the extra pressure at the point. I could have bent enough to apply sufficient pressure if I was not limited by the space of the area between the top of my dashboard and the window. With repeated attempts, I was able to remove my decal. But, Its removal left behind a haze of glue that I was unable to remove with this device. I may try some goo off and see if I can wipe away the rest. The lack of a cover for the bare razor blade is unfortunate. You can unscrew, remove cover, reverse blade, re attach cover, then refasten screw. Then, when you need to use again you reverse the process. But, that may be annoying if you need this frequently.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very poor quality. I actually threw it away within 10 minutes of owning it.Published 1 month ago by srkris
The tool is pretty nice, but there were a couple issues I ran into:
1. The razor blade snapped on the first use. Read more
This was for my husband.mhe said it was just what he wanted-- worked good.Published 6 months ago by Betty
I've used this tool three times. Very pleased with quality for the price I paid. I have only used it for removing stuff off of glass , but I'm sure it will hold up to minor... Read morePublished 9 months ago by David Smith
I'm redoing a lot of grout and sealers, the little razor blade holder made it tedious. This heavier tool was worth buying, handle is comfortable and long enough to get some... Read morePublished 9 months ago by kris-tina a.wilson