Box Cutter Blades (Rounded Tip)
Slice® Box Cutter Blades with rounded tips are compatible with multiple Slice tools, including pen cutters, box cutters, mini cutters, slim cutters and the EDC folding knife. The rounded tip protects users without limiting the blade’s effectiveness and is suitable for most common applications, such as opening cardboard boxes and packages. The unique finger-friendly® design means the four blades in this pack are safe to the touch, so cause fewer and less severe injuries than traditional blades. Furthermore, the blades are non-conductive for added safeguarding and don’t require a sharps box for disposal. Each blade is highly durable, lasting 11.2x longer than traditional blades, and never rusts because it’s chemically inert.
- Finger-friendly® blade is the only safety blade on the market
- Rounded tip further reduces risk of injuries
- Non-conductive blade for added safety
- Chemically inert blade that never rusts
- Slice® blades last 11.2x longer than traditional blades
- Reversible blade doubles lifespan
- Easy disposal with no sharps box requirement
- No oil coating
- Pack of 4 blades to support multiple tools or have multiple spares
- Opening cardboard boxes and packages
- Slicing plastic packaging, including clamshell and shrink wrap
- Cutting tape
Material: zirconium oxide
Dimensions: LWeight: 0.03 lb x W x H
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Blade disposal is also important. If you're using dangerous traditional blades, a sharps box is essential. With Slice's rounded-tip finger-friendly® safety blades, you do not require a sharps disposal setup. Lastly, if safety is your most important concern, it makes sense to choose a rounded tip rather than a pointed tip. However, for some applications that require piercing to initiate the cut, a pointed tip is required. This may also necessitate sharps box disposal. Be sure to take this into account when choosing your blade.