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Cutter's Mate by Creator's Stained Glass

$249.95 USD
Item# 5112
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Product Features

  • Practically scores glass by itself - you can even cut while sitting down!
  • Save glass and get accurate cuts every time - no more bad breaks!
  • Includes the CGS-10 oil-feed cutter head
  • Comes with one year manufacturer warranty
  • Made in the USA
  • Designed for use with the waffle grid system (sold seperately)


Product Description

Say Goodbye to Hand Fatigue!
Finally, a cutter that practically scores glass by itself! The Cutter's Mate has a foam cushioned, weighted handle that eliminates the strain of grasping a traditional slim cutter. The weighted handle rotates 360º and applies all the pressure you'll need to effortlessly produce a perfect score. It's so easy, you can even score glass while sitting down!

The easy-glide system keeps the cutter head at a constant 90º angle to the glass, practically eliminating bad breaks. The Cutter's Mate can be positioned for right or left handed use. The 16" cutter arm can score a straight line up to 42-1/2" long. Swings out of the way when not in use.

Features the CSG-10 carbide, oil-fed, cutting head, made in America. Also includes rubber feet for use on tabletops. If preferred, you can attach it to a Waffle Grid work surface #5424 (sold separately). Includes a one year manufacturer warranty. Delphi guarantees 100% satisfaction.

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Pros : The articulated arm on a slider gives exceptional range, allowing a single cut 20" long without lifting. The cutter is weighted and provides a uniform weight and easily manageable cutter. This tool quickly replaced all other hand cutters / scorers. It is a "must-have" to prevent wrist fatigue
Cons : The cutter oil feeder is great, but the oil quickly drained out, and the oil reservoir had to be filled with each use
Other Thoughts : it's companion, Circle Pro, is an equally essential tool!
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Pros : This is a wonderful product. I have wrist problem and this has keep me from having to give up on cutting. I Highly recommend it.
Cons : No cons
Other Thoughts : I am planning on getting the circle cutter attachment for it next!
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