Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Slice™ Safety Cutter - Great for couponers

I had the chance to try the Slice Safety Cutter from Slice Products.  It's a handy little tool for cutting coupons, scrapbooking, opening plastic packaging and many other uses.  It has a very small ceramic blade that you draw across whatever you are cutting.  It's very sharp when used on paper but is also very safe. I poked myself with it (as shown in the product pictures on the website) and I was not injured at all!  So this would be safe for my kids to use as well.  Also since the blade is ceramic it stays sharp and won't rust.

The Slice can fit easily in my purse (where I carry it), has a hole to add it to a keychain, and also has an internal magnet so that it can hang on the fridge.  I like that I can easily cut out a coupon while I'm at the store!  I really like how attractive the Slice is as well.

As I've mentioned before, my son has Aspergers Syndrome.  So I was excited to learn that they company funds Autism research.  Here's some information from their website: "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.

Using it to cut school pictures

Used the magnet to hang it on the fridge
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. Thank you for popping by my nephew has AS too...great this product is out there....what a pity we are in the UK! Keep well Karla1

  2. It's late Sunday night, but I'm finally finding time to hop with Lucy and Sam! I'm a follower!

  3. Hey Karla! Thanks for visiting! I just love your cute blog theme and buttons. They're adorable! Have a great week!

  4. That's great that is is ceramic. I have a letter slicer that was metal and rusted over.

  5. Hey Karla,

    I'm trying to reach you somehow to let you know that you and Chloe won the Fleurs-de-Lisa BFF giveaway! Both of you must contact me by Sunday at 1:00 pm (see below) to claim and and let me know how you want to split your prizes :-)


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