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Unread 11-25-2012, 05:56 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by nayttap View Post
I love the heavy duty Carl brand cutter available It's straight and right on...and I've cut thousands of pages over many years. It is especially good for multiple pages at a time, but I use it also for single cuts all the time. I've worn out two Making Memories rotary cutters....the first time, the company did replace it, the second time I gave up.
I second the Carl cutter. I use it to cut multiple pages for books, thick chipboard, magnet sheets, etc.
I had a Making Memories cutter and I did not like it. I also tried out the new Fiskars Pro-trimmer and did not like that. So I just use a regular Fiskars trimmer for 1 or 2 pieces of cardstock and use the Carl for heavy duty stuff. I have read many awesome reviews of the Genesis; but I would need it to cut chipboard and large amounts of paper for the price.
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