Ohto Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Green Body

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3.5 (10 reviews)
Ohto's Pen-style Ceramic Cutter is a tiny cutting blade that is designed to have the appearance, portability, and convenience of a pen. When capped, it looks exactly like a generic pen — even when uncapped, it is nearly impossible to see the sharp edge because the blade is housed in a plastic nib for stability during use. The ceramic blade is more durable and wear-resistant than a typical metal blade, lasting up to five times longer. The blade does not rust even if it gets wet, and the body is antibacterial and anti-static. There are many uses for such a tiny cutter: you can use it to cut out interesting newspaper and magazine articles, clip coupons, cut open difficult plastic bags, or trim small details in your paper crafts.
Model NumberOHTO CP-25-GN
Weight0.3 ounces
Blade Length 6 mm
Blade Material Ceramic
Body Color Light Green
Body Material Plastic
Design Style Pen
Grip Color Light Green
Grip Material Plastic
Handle Color Green
Handle Material Plastic
Refillable No
Size - Length 13.4 cm
Size - Width 1.4 cm

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I had high hopes for...
January 31, 2015
I had high hopes for this, but it ended up being a little disapointing. It worked ok for a few projects, then the tip broke up during use. I was cutting paper and wasn't pressing very hard. I may get replacement tips to try it out again. Maybe the original tip was defective.
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Neat little device to...
June 15, 2015
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Neat little device to tuck in the back pack for clipping out articles.
I had high expectation...
June 14, 2015
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I had high expectation on these, I used it only once and found that it doesn't work well.
Can only cut one sheet...
May 15, 2015
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Can only cut one sheet at a time but very accurate.
Cuts through paper really...
April 10, 2015
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Cuts through paper really well, I am afraid of using it on anything other than paper because the blade it so tiny And I'm afraid it might break. But I like it for what it is.