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Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body

by Ohto
$13.00

Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
  • Ohto Retractable Pen-Style Ceramic Cutter - Silver Body - OHTO CP-8 SV
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This Ceramic Pencutter from Ohto is designed to look like a pen, and the blade safely retracts into the body by clicking the top knock button. The ceramic blade is more durable and lasts longer than your typical metal blade, and is housed in a plastic nib for stability during use. The metal body is available in two colors and makes this Ohto Pen-style ceramic cutter a convenient addition to your office tools.

Dimensions: Approximately 5.2 inches (13.3 cm) long and 0.3 inches (7 mm) in diameter.





Specs
Model NumberOHTO CP-8 SV
Shipping Weight0.75 oz

Reviews
2 people found this helpful
  Great concept, but not..., January 27, 2013
By sherril.h.6597 - See all my reviews
Great concept, but not an ideal execution.

The clip is nice and tight, the silver body looks great, the knock mechanism is firm and fun to press and the pen is slim and portable. I loved the idea of how the blade is very small and sticks out from a faux marker tip; it seems a lot safer even when the tip is extended out. Replacement is easy as well.

However, the grip didn't seem to be very effective, since the grooves were shallow. The thing I have to complain about most, though, is the blade. It was sharp, but I couldn't see where I was cutting and the blade didn't cut through many sheets. Hey, it's not a heavy-duty knife, but the blade wore out too quickly. For something this expensive, I expected the blade to either a) get duller more slowly or b) have cheaper refills. But with 2 minuscule blades at 4 dollars, that's a bit pricey on my terms.

I still love the concept; it's quite a novel thing to have a blade disguised as a pen. Be careful if your friends draw on themselves! I'm probably going to get the refills anyway, since I actually love this thing despite its imperfections.
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