This 18" safety wrap cutter is a necessary and economical choice when handling plastic wrap. The PurityWrap Safety Cutter cuts film cleanly and safely. The blade is totally enclosed in the blue knob. One blade can last through 100 boxes of film.
Country of Origin
Made in USA
Anchor Packaging, Inc.
Manufacturer Part Number
For use on conventional cutter boxes.
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Love it and hate it all at the same time Review by Sybil
I love the idea, but I don't like using the small blue cutter. It is just too small and I have small hands. How do people with bigger hands use it? I still have and have been using an older model, however my older one broke last week. Now I will have to buy the newer version to replace my broken one. Which I really don't want to do, but I need a new cutter, so it will have to do. Maybe I can get use to using just one finger across the top of the blue cutter. Learning curve here I come. (Posted on 5/14/2014)
Wrap Cutter Review by oldhommer
Cons of it Difficult to install at first but I went to www.youtube.com search for plastic wrap cutter. And see it work and was easy to figure out. Small gap goes to box edge. Use a butter knife or small screw driver to spread it open slightly. and little pressure. But Once started after that Monkey see monkey do sort of speak. Nothing to it. Easy to install. Worth the money. (Posted on 5/8/2013)
Why did I wait so long!! Review by Willis
Did not realize that there was such an item. Have used the sharp metal cutting bar since we started using the 18 inch wrap. This is SO much easier and safer!! I'm not wasting wrap that doesn't tear off right. It's easy to slip on to the lower edge of the box and works either left to right or right to left, your choice. If this one breaks I'm immediately replacing it.
The large roll of wrap and the cutter bar came well packaged. Definately will continue to do business with you. (Posted on 9/4/2012)
works great Review by janet
I love it. We just weren't sure how to attach it to the box of plastic wrap because there were no instructions (Posted on 3/28/2011)