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I love mine....i haven't been able to use it much lately due to time issues, but it is a great machine - cuts details great - much, much, cleaner and better than the cricut. You wouldn't regret getting one!
I Love Mine... And with the Ecal software makes it doubly that much more fun. You don't have to worry about paying some kind of fee every month. I can cut the smallest of small things on my Elcips, I can cut anything off the internet and off my computer. The Eclips cuts intricate cuts (fussy cuts) without leaving any jagged marks on the item you are cutting. You can also exchange different (hot swapping) cartridges in and out and be able to choose which items you want to cut and the machine has a Que and remembers for you which items you want to cut, so you can have different objects to cut all at once. And don't forget the Score Lines....Ecips Score lines are actually that...Score marks... Not the cut of prepreated (sp ?) lines that have those tick marks to fold on and then when you fold on those lines the thing comes apart. I also love the laser that you use that shows you where to want to cut. And now with Tim Holtz's new cartridges coming out will make the Eclips all the more fun. The Eclips Cartridges are reasonably price where one can afford to buy them. Their customer service is the best as far as I'm concern. Just say the word Sizzix and you will know the quality of their products. Oh and there is also a 2 hour cd in the box as well to help you get to learn about your machine and how to's and all the other fun things you can do with the Eclips. The cd is so wonderful and very easy to understand cause they walk you through the machine, their inventor and his assistant have the machine right in front of them so you can see how and where everything works. Love the hand held computer and the screen is very easy to read. You can also on YouTube and put in "Eclips in search, and will see bunch of videos on the Eclips. I know you would love the Eclips i you were to get one.