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Manual Pen Cutter

  • The Slice 10513 Manual Pen Cutter with ceramic safety blade
  • Manual Pen Cutter - Features
  • Manual Pen Cutter
  • Manual Pen Cutter
  • Manual Pen Cutter
  • Slice 10513 Manual Pen Cutter - Compatible Blades
  • Manual Pen Cutter
 SKU #10513
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The Slice 10513 Manual Pen Cutter is a versatile tool equally suited to the home, the office, or the factory floor. Its patented handle features a rubberized slider button with three possible blade positions, so the user can choose the right amount of blade exposure for the job. This pen cutter can be used as a safety box cutter or an all-purpose tool. The compatible Slice ceramic safety blades are non-sparking, non-magnetic, chemically inert, and never rust.

  • Handle type: 3-position
  • Durable glass-filled nylon handle
  • Compatible blades: 10404, 10408
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • Lanyard hole keeps tool handy
  • Rust-free blade
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive blade
  • Ambidextrous design
  • No-tool blade change
  • Finger-friendly edge stays sharp 11x longer
  • Fewer blade changes = fewer injuries
  • SKU #10513

Product Specifications  

Cutting Depth
11.0 mm
29.0 g
L 133.5 x W 17.35 x H 17.35 mm
ABS, GFN, POM, carbon steel, zirconium oxide

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More About the Slice Manual Pen Cutter

What is a Pen Cutter Used For?

A pen cutter is used for many of the same tasks as a box cutter or a utility knife. In fact, many people use the terms box cutter, pen cutter, and utility knife interchangeably. All can handle a wide variety of materials. Pen cutters tend to have a smaller and more maneuverable handle, similar to that of a pen.

Why Choose a Slice Pen Cutter?

Slice pen cutters feature durable glass-filled nylon construction and the same finger-friendly blades as our safety box cutter. We offer effective cutting tools with the added bonus of safety, provided by our patented blade manufacturing process. Unlike other companies, who only consider handle design in their safety features, our safety is in the blade itself.

How Do I use a Pen Cutter Safely?

Consider the same principles that you’d apply to how to use a box cutter safely. Make sure you cut at an angle away from your body, only expose as much blade as is necessary to make the cut, and always retract the blade fully when you’re done working.

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