Craft Blades (Straight Edge, Rounded Tip)
Slice® Craft Blades (Straight Edge, Rounded Tip) are compatible with multiple tools, including Slice craft knives, the Scalpel, and the Precision Knife. Designed to cut everything but you, these blades boast a finger-friendly® edge that never rusts.
Featuring a straight edge that retains sharpness for much longer than traditional metal, this blade also sports a rounded tip, a safer alternative that reduces the risk of lacerations. In addition, the craft blades are perfect for controlled, precise cuts.
From cutting foam board to creating details in fondant and ceramics, Slice makes people and places safer. Learn more below.
- Safer than traditional blades
- 100% zirconium oxide blade that never rusts
- Blade lasts on average 11.2x longer than metal blades
Material: zirconium oxide
Dimensions: LWeight: 0.02 lb x W x H
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Craft KnifeRegular price $12.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Craft Knife With Safety CapRegular price $14.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Precision KnifeRegular price $9.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Craft Blades (Curved Edge, Rounded Tip)Regular price $19.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
Craft Blades (Straight Edge, Pointed Tip)Regular price $19.99 USDRegular priceUnit price per
What Do People Use Craft Knives For?
When it comes to craft knife blades, sizes don’t vary greatly. What sets Slice® craft blades apart is their finger-friendly® edge, which isn’t found on any other blade—neither metal nor ceramic. In addition, Slice uses an advanced ceramic material, which never rusts and does not require a special oil coating to maintain.
What Kind of Craft Knife Blades Does Slice Make?
Experiment with the different shapes to discover which edge suits your needs. In all cases, the blades feature our safer edge.
How Do I Replace a Slice Craft Knife Blade?
For the 10568 scalpel
Simply pull the ceramic blade out of its housing. The mechanism will automatically contract. Slide in a new blade and the grip will squeeze it, ensuring a strong hold.
For the 10548, 10589, and 10580 knives
First loosen the copper collar by twisting it counter clockwise. Then pull the blade out, replace it with a new one, and tighten the collar by twisting it clockwise.