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Studio Pro Acrylic Glass Cutter by Diamond Tech

Price $19.95
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Your Price: $14.95 USD   (26% Off)
Item# 425655
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Product Features

  • Self lubricating carbide pencil grip glass cutter gives the user the feel of a brass barrel cutter.
  • Textured acrylic barrel provides an improved grip while scoring.
  • See-thru acrylic barrel makes checking oil level esy.
  • One year manufacturer warranty (excludes cutter head).

Product Description

This self lubricating carbide pencil grip glass cutter gives the user the feel of a thick brass barrel cutter but at a fraction of the weight. Strong, lightweight, textured acrylic barrel provides an improved grip while scoring. One year manufacturer warranty (excludes cutter head).

Delphi Cutting Tip:
To hold the glass cutter, place your thumb on the backside of the cutting wheel. Place your middle and index fingers on the front, similar to holding a pen. Your thumb and fingers should be positioned just above the cutting wheel. For more control place your free hand in the same position.

For even more advice on how to make the perfect score click on the Product Video or brows our Tips & Techniques section.

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