Yes, I am a couponer. I have a filing cabinet in my living room filled with inserts. I am also a product reviewer (obviously). So I have packages daily that need to be opened. Most importantly, I am a mother of small children at that. We frequently do crafts together that require cutting of some form. Are you any of these things? Well, I have a new option for you to keep those tiny little hands safe, open boxes safely, and of course to cut your coupons on the fly (if need be).
Slice is a company I recently discovered that uses ceramics in most of their products to transform every day utensils into stylish, safe, and convenient tools for every household. They have everything from scissors and different types of cutting tools to kitchen and beauty utensils.
"Slice was founded in 2008 by TJ Scimone as a way to help fund long-term care for his son, Alex, who is autistic. A minimum of 1% of all Slice product sales is donated to help fund autism research. By purchasing our products, you’re helping to find a cure for the millions of children and their families who live with autism every day. "
I was given the opportunity to review Slice's Safety Cutter. Such a cool little tool! I love the fact that it has a open loop to attach to your key chain so no more ripping coupons at the store if I happen to take a whole insert or for whatever reason have to tear a coupon out. The absolutely tiny small ceramic blade sticks out enough to cut what you need but not far enough to cut someones skin.
This little cutter also has a built in magnet so I can safely keep this at the top of my refrigerator out of reach from Declan. The magnet also helps me easily find it when I want to open packages or I can keep in attached to my coupon cabinet (in the back of course) to grab when cutting my coupons. Very convenient.
Available to purchase: Slice Products
Recommendation: This product stays sharp, doesn't rust, can be used by lefty's and righty's, is conveniently design to travel anywhere and be used on most anything all for a great low price. I'd grab a couple if you are a scrapbooker, couponer, mom/dad, etc.!
Facebook: Slice Inc.
Facebook: Slice Inc.
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