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SKIL 2352-01 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion Multi-Cutter

SKIL 2352-01 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion Multi-Cutter
The power cutter holds a charge for up to 18 months and cuts through hundreds of materials including: carpet, plastic packaging, fabric, leather, paper, cardboard, vinyl flooring, wallpaper, and . It cuts up to 1/4-inch thick materials.The innovative Lithium-Ion Power Cutter, a recent addition to ’s growing family of lithium-ion tools, is truly a cut above. This lightweight, cordless tool provides an easy way to make sharp, precise cuts through a wide range of materials, such as wallpaper, denim, carpet, clamshell packaging, and even vinyl siding. The Power Cutter will solve many of your everyday cutting needs. Opening clamshell packaging has never been this easy!

The Power Cutter even cuts through vinyl siding.
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SKIL’s Smartcharge System™ is Energy Star certified. Innovative Features and Benefits
The circular, rotating blade easily powers through materials up to 1/4 inch thick while

  • Holds a charge up to 18-months
  • Features an auto sharp blade design
  • Lightweight at less than 1-pound
  • Includes a battery fuel gauge
  • Cuts through hundreds of materials

List Price: $ 75.77

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    • Wayne
    • May 18, 2013
    136 of 141 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It has a learning curve, September 5, 2008
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    Wayne (Union City, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: SKIL 2352-01 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion Multi-Cutter (Tools & Home Improvement)

    The product does a great job cutting many things, but can easily choke on two layers of cardboard if it’s tilted sideways by a bit. When it doesn’t cut, often the blade is a fraction of an inch away from what needs cutting, and it’s a feed problem. Keeping it straight helps a lot on thick things, and sometimes, angling the front downwards slightly can get it to bite and go smoothly.

    If you are not feeding it something at maximum thickness, and are keeping it straight, it does a fine job.

    As for the safety switch, the tool is designed so that if you grab it with one hand, chances are the switch will be a bit forward of where your thumb is likely to end up. You will be a lot less likely to turn it on by mistake while grabbing it, but the trade off is that the button feels a bit forward of where you might expect it. But it’s hardly a chore and stretching your thumb forward a fraction of an inch is all it takes.

    The safety switch can be pressed from either side, so you can use it with your left or right hand. But if you use your left hand, you can’t see the blade area and are more likely to have problems keeping the tool at the correct angle. If you are left handed, it won’t be the ideal tool.

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    • David J Fields "coffee maverick"
    • May 18, 2013
    108 of 116 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Low speed, November 15, 2008
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    David J Fields “coffee maverick” (Santa Rosa CA USA) –

    This review is from: SKIL 2352-01 3.6-Volt Lithium-Ion Multi-Cutter (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Seems overpriced for what it is. Its main design fault is the slow speed of the cutting blade. I bought it for cutting fabric for garment making. Professional versions of similar cutters used in the fashion industry are more powerful and very high speed, allowing cutting around quite sharp curves without nasty jagged edges. So I was disappointed and would not recommend it for any precision work, only as a rough cutter. I would almost go as far as to call it junk at the price of $52. Maybe for $20 it would be OK.

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