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Steel Wheel Glass Cutter by Diamond Tech

$6.95 USD
Item# 425664
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Product Features

  • Designed for those who prefer not to use cutting oil
  • Features a durable steel cutting head
  • A great way to get started - economy priced
  • Traditonal cutter design with a tapping ball for running your scores

Product Description

Traditonal glass cutter design with a tapping ball for running your scores. Studio Pro dry-wheeled glass cutter is engineered of those who prefer cutting without oil. Features a durable steel wheel. One year manufacturer warranty (excludes cutter head).

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Pros : Comfortable grip, lightweight.
Cons : A little hard to control if your not used to glass cutting Takes a lot of pressure to use.
Other Thoughts : For a first time use of a glass cutter this was excellent. There will be changes made to how I use it later on but as I have nothing else to base it off of I loved this cutter & highly recommend it to a first time user.
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