Nimble does it with just a fingertip—and with a safer, ceramic blade. It easily glides through packing tape and up to three sheets of paper with a simple swipe.
This smart cutter was Simon Lyons’ entry in a design contest. The challenge was to make a problem solver for elderly and disabled persons. He won (yay!) because Nimble lets folks cut things without needing to grip, which is challenging for those with limited dexterity. And he made his design bright yellow so those with visual impairments can easily spot it in a drawer, too.
Like many great ideas, Simon’s design is smart for more than its original purpose. It’s perfect for anyone who wants cut things more quickly and easily.