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Tonic Studios - Trimmers - 8.5" Handy Guillotine Paper Cutter - 151eUS

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The 8.5" Mini Guillotine Handy Trimmer has the following qualities;

 Cuts up to 8.5" (22cm) wide paper.

 Portable and lightweight design.

 Hardened steel precision ground blades.

 .25" measuring grid.

 4.75" ruler.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Ellie Hackett
Nice small trimmer

I bought this because I have a Fiskars small trimmer which I love, but it can be too small for some uses. The Tonic Sudios one is a good size for card making and trimming. The best part is that it was half off which made it affordable.

Mary S
Nearly Perfect!

This Tonic Guillotine Paper Cutter is nearly perfect! The blade is sharp, it is quite portable, and the markings are clear and accurate. The only thing that keeps me from giving it 5 stars is that I wish it were a bit wider. The markings only go to 4.25". Would have given it 5 stars if it had gone to 6". However, for what it is, it's great.

Deatta Olson

Tonic - Trimmers - 8.5" Handy Guillotine Paper Cutter - 151eUS

Lora Knudsen
Game changer

I love this trimmer. I have a full-sized rotary trimmer for my big papers, but this is great when making cards with minimal space. With it I get cards done faster without having to move stuff around to be able to get the trimmer in place to use. I highly recommend this item.

Dee Freshwaters
8.5 tiny guillotine trimmer

This is not for breaking down large paper stock it is a specialized tiny cutter for detail work. It shaves off fine slivers of extra heavy cardstock to fine thin specialty paper.

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