Package Opener

By Zip-it

$21.95
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Details

A safe and easy way to open plastic clam-shell packaging. Battery powered.

Not available for shipment to Canada.

  • Safe—no sharp knife on unit
  • Fast and easy to use
  • Eliminate frustration opening plastic packages
  • Opens paper and cardboard envelopes, too
  • Battery powered. Requires 2 AA batteries (not included)
  • Not to be used on metal, wire, cans, or any other solid or hard material
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 8" x 4" x 4"
  • Weight: 1 lb.

53 Reviews (4.3 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Fantastic

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Works beautifully

5

Great!

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It's amazing. Why didn't I find this sooner.

5

Great!

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Love it! Keeps me from ever cutting myself again!

5

Fantastic

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This was able to cut plastic easily on those annoying packages with molded plastic. It was very easy to use. I would recommend it highly!

5

Super!

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I just bought a 2nd one to give a s a Christmas present after I used mine. It works wonderfully.

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About Zip-it

Open Sesame

No one likes a gift you can’t open. Yet those annoying plastic clam-shell packages make it nearly impossible sometimes. They’re sealed tighter than a bank vault, the hard plastic can ruin scissors, and the sharp edges left behind are an accident waiting to happen.

This holiday season, save your hands, scissors and sanity with a Zip-it Opener. It’s a battery-operated device that can cut through hard plastic packaging with no trouble at all. Just attach the Zip-it to your package, press the button and guide the rollers around like you would a can opener. Presto, your items (batteries, toys, tools, fluorescent light bulbs, whatever) are free from their plastic prison, and there are no sharp edges to worry about. Just don’t try it on a can of tomatoes; the Zip-it is intended only for cutting plastic packaging and paper envelopes.

The idea for the Zip-it came from Steve Fisher, a retired dentist who used to struggle to open plastic packages for his mother. Whenever he visited her, she had several waiting for him to open. So what does a good son do? He invents something that his mother can use safely and effectively, and his family pitched in. Steve’s oldest daughter helped design the handle, and his youngest daughter and son-in-law took on operations and distribution. After two years in design and development, their invention is making life easier for all of us, one package at a time.