Household Set

By Slice

$24.50
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High-performance Household Set designed for ease of use and safety. Designers of this collection include: Michael Graves, Karim Rachid, Alfredo Muccino, and Scot Herbst. Products incorporate ceramic blades made from high-tech Zirconium Oxide, which last longer than steel and never rust.

  • Set includes Box Cutter and two Safety Cutters
  • Box Cutter: The world's first box cutter with a ceramic blade; 2011 red dot Design Award Winner
  • Safety Cutter: Quick and safe substitute for scissors; Built-in magnet and key-ring hole
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 10" x 4" x 5"
  • Weight: 1 lb.

17 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Great Gadgets!

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So glad I bought these. The little ones work great for opening just about anything that isn't too thick, slicing through tape, getting through the plastic wrap on CDs, slicing open envelopes, etc. The large cutter is so comfortable to use and works great on anything. I love that the ceramic cutting blade is so safe. I was scared of my other utility knife, to be honest with you, and this one is wonderful - safe and simple to use. I'm really happy with this purchase!More > < Less

5

Need replacement blade!

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I dropped my slice box cutter on a tile floor and broke the blade! I need replacement blades! Help! PS I love this thing. I lost my paper cutter,aper cutter, but right now I just need new blades!!!More > < Less

5

Excellent

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I live in the middle of the desert with no stores forever away, so do all my shopping online, meaning I receive large boxes nearly every day.

For a long time I opened these boxes with half of a broken pair of scissors (the angled side) and it worked perfectly. But that got thrown in the fire by mistake and I've been in a fury opening my boxes ever since, as nothing was working nearly as well as that broken half of scissors did.

But THIS! Takes it to a whole new level! It doesn't require the slightest pressure to zip anything right open! I use it many times a day and am in love!
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5

Ingeniously simple!

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It's sharp enough to cut but not a blade! It's not metal but it will last! My sets in my kitchen droor! Where is yours? Bob Leedom, Phila., PA

5

Great!!

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I am so glad to have purchased this set. I've used many of this type of cutters but they never hold up. I believe these will do the job and hold up much longer than any others I've had.More > < Less

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Slice - Cutting and Craft Tools

About Slice

A Cut Above the Rest

Sleek, sharp, and safe. The trifecta of smart design is what makes these cutting and craft tools so appealing for all your tasks, projects, and hobbies.

TJ Scimone founded Slice to help fund long-term care for his son, Alex, who is autistic (Slice donates at least 1% of product sales to autism research). His tools are much more than just colorful versions of existing cutters. TJ works with top industrial designers—including Alfredo Muccino, Karim Rashid, Scot Herbst, Michael Graves, and Yves Behar—to really rethink and redesign conventional cutting tools by focusing on ergonomics, safety and ease of use.

Four of the Slice tools—the Box Cutter, Safety Cutter, Precision Cutter, and Letter Opener—feature ceramic blades, which are extremely sharp, durable and won’t rust like metal blades do. Built-in safety innovations (like the Box Cutter’s non-slip protective handle) keep the blades away from fingers. No more accidents waiting to happen.

The Precision Cutter is ideal for intricate shapes with its contoured handle, and the Safety Cutter makes short work of coupon-clipping, shrink-wrap removal, and even cutting through the tough plastic of clam shell packaging. Both the Safety Cutter and the Letter Opener are magnetic, so you won’t lose them if you stick them to the fridge. Slice’s Stainless Steel Scissors are a fit for left- and right-handed users, and the Slanted Soft-Touch Tweezers do double-duty in the medicine cabinet and craft room. At home, in the office, and at school, these clever tools will inspire great projects.

*Founder Interview footage courtesy of Core 77.