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Auto-Retractable Mini Cutter

     
  • The Slice 10514 Mini Cutter with ceramic safety blade
  • Mini Cutter - Features
  • Mini Cutter: Dimensions
  • The Slice 10514 Mini Cutter, with its ceramic safety blade retracted
  • A side view of the Slice 10514 Mini Cutter with its ceramic safety blade extended
  • The no-tool blade change locking mechanism on the back of the Slice 10514 Mini Cutter
  • Mini Cutter - compatible blades
  • Auto-Retractable Mini Cutter
 SKU #10514
Price Quantity
€11.95
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Description  

The Slice 10514 Mini Cutter works well as a safety box cutter, a pocket knife, or a kitchen multi-tool. Its auto-retractable blade stays out of harm’s way when you’re not using the knife, and the built-in magnet keeps it handy. This small cutter ships with a replaceable 10404 rounded-tip safety blade. The Slice 10514 is ambidextrous; left-handed users need only move the blade into the opposite slot in order to get cutting. The small cutter blade is non-sparking, chemically inert, and never rusts. As with all Slice blades, it lasts up to 11 times longer than steel.

  • Installed blade type: rounded tip
  • Automatic spring-loaded retraction for added safety
  • Ambidextrous design: Switch blade slots for lefties
  • Finger-friendly® blade cuts effectively
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive, non-magnetic blade
  • Chemically inert blade never rusts
  • Oil- and lubricant-free blade
  • 100 percent zirconium oxide blade
  • Blade edge last up to 11.2x longer than metal
  • Compatible blades: 10404, 10408
  • No-tool blade change
  • SKU #10514

Product Specifications  

Cutting Depth
10.3 mm
Weight
18.49 g
Dimensions
L 62.0 x W 38.0 x H 11.3 mm
Materials
ABS, POM, stainless steel, NdFeB magnet, zirconium oxide

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More About the Slice Mini Cutter

What Is a Mini Cutter Used For? Is This a Mini Box Cutter?

The Slice Mini Cutter is a versatile miniature ceramic blade pocket knife that can function as a small box cutter or mini utility knife. It can handle the same materials as a safety box cutter and a few more, such as: wire mesh, yarn, rubber hose and sealant. The Slice Mini Cutter is a popular household tool, particularly in houses with both right- and left-handed people. Its ambidextrous design means everyone can use it, and its small cutter blade opens a variety of packaging materials, including hard clamshell plastic. It’s equally useful in industrial settings as a multi-purpose tool that lasts, on average, 11.2 times longer than an equivalent steel blade. Once one end of the blade is too dull to use, open the housing and flip the blade for a fresh edge.

What is the best pocket knife for me?

The best pocket knife for you will depend on your needs. First, make sure that any pocket knife is actually safe to carry in your pocket. This means the blade must not be exposed when the tool is not in use.

Next, look at the depth of the cut you require and make sure that your knife can handle it. As a general safety principle, you should never expose more blade than you need to do the job. This reduces the chance of injuries and damaged materials (especially when opening packaging). The third consideration is handle shape and size, and this depends largely on personal preference. The Slice 10514 Mini Cutter works as a handy ceramic pocket knife that can handle most materials, including clamshell packaging and double-walled corrugated.

The Slice 10514 Mini Cutter’s Blade Change Mechanism

This is one of many areas where Slice improves on the safety of traditional knives, including mini box cutters and standard ceramic-blade knives.

When you look up how to put a blade in a box cutter, you’ll see a nightmarish list of options including complex multi-step processes and dangerous snap-off blades. The Slice Mini Cutter’s no-tool blade change is straightforward. Simply slide the lock mechanism into the unlocked postion (marked on the back of the tool) and lift off the back of the housing. Pull the small cutter blade out and either flip it over for a fresh edge or put in a new blade, ensuring that the notches in the blade and housing line up. For left-handed users, switch the blade into the second blade slot. Replace the backing and slide the mechanism back into a locked position. Now you’re ready to use this amazing small cutter again!

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