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Old 05-05-2013, 01:57 PM   #1
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Default Does anyone still use a Wizzard?

I have one that is barely used with extra long plates and new cutting mats and two charm plates.
I bought it when I started and then I was given a Cuttlebug shortly after that. I only use my Cuttlebug.
If anyone still uses it I will put it on B/S/T
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Old 05-05-2013, 04:01 PM   #2
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I absolutely love my wizard! I am sure I am not the only one out there still using it......It wouldn't hurt to try the B/S/T to see if you have any takers.
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Old 05-06-2013, 05:08 AM   #3
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Still use it...still LOVE it! In fact it gets a lot more use than my Grand Calibur (which I only use for the largest of the SPB Grand dies, and that's hardly ever). I think I would be lost without it.

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I certainly still use mine, even though it only works in one direction. SB replaced the handle twice, but when it was obvious it was an ongoing problem I gave up reporting it.
I'd say that at a good price people would definitely be interested.
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I use mine daily for 2 years and nothing has broken yet (crossed fingers). I have it sitting beside my desk ready to go.

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I still use mine and love it. I wouldn't replace mine for anything. I had a purple one and did trade it up for the raspberry. I too have the grand caliber but I use my Wizard all the time.
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I still use mine and love it, too!
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I still use mine too (raspberry) but was debating on buying the big shot. I need newcutting mats and the white spacer plate. Where do you all buy your replacements from? Its a dumb reason to buy a new machine if i can get the replacement parts
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I get mine from Joanne and Hobby lobby has some replacements pieces. I know other places have them also and you can also buy directly from Spellbinders.
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I still use mine too (raspberry) but was debating on buying the big shot. I need newcutting mats and the white spacer plate. Where do you all buy your replacements from? Its a dumb reason to buy a new machine if i can get the replacement parts
I haven't purchased mats/plates in awhile (due to several moves my machine was largely unused so my accessories are still good). However, I do recall Wal-Mart having very good prices (online but you can have it shipped to your nearest store to avoid shipping fees).

Also, many retailers (Sears, and at least one major drug store) have a surprising number of craft items available online only.

Having said that, I usually look at amazon.com first unless I'm on the other sites for something else.

Another source I've used is Marco's Papers and am happy with their service.

PS - I have a purple Wizard and love it. I still think it gives the deepest impression with embossing folders and have not had issues with any dies I own (mostly SB, some MFT and a few framelits via SU but made by Sizzix.)
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