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Creators Premium Bottle Cutter by Creatos Stained Glass

Price $119.95
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Your Price: $99.95 USD   (17% Off)
Item# 5438
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Product Features

  • Aluminum slide bar ruler makes getting the perfect height simple
  • Includes a Palm Protector pad to make it easy to apply pressure while rotating bottles
  • Sturdy polycarbonate construction
  • Includes durable carbide cutting wheel
  • Rings isolate your score to make separating bottles faster and easier
  • Made in the U.S.A.


Product Description

Turn Trash into Treasure
Whether you "upcycle" or "recycle", creating art with re-purposed bottles is easy. The base is made out of a durable molded polycarbonate. Positioning the cutter head is simple with the ruler marked in both inches and centimeters. Simply place a bottle or jar in the jig and turn with the palm protector helping to reduce slipping. Only light pressure is needed to produce an ideal score.

Position the rings above and below the score to isolate your score. Heat the score with hot water then cool with cold water to thermal shock the score and create a clean break nearly every time. The rings help focus the heating and cooling at your score to produce faster, more precise breaks. Even thick champagne bottles break easily and smoothly. Rings measure 3" diameter overall, 2-1/4" inside diameter and are made of durable, stretchy material to fit everything from soda bottles to large 1.75l.

Bottle cutter measures 12" long x 6" high x 5" wide.

Includes:

  • Bottle Cutter with Carbide Cutting Wheel 
  • Durable Polycarbonate Base
  • Aluminum Slide Bar Ruler
  • Palm Protector Pad 
  • 1 Pair Grape Bottle Score Isolation Rings
  • Instructions

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Pros : As an glass artist, this is by far the best bottle cutter I have used. The people at Creators are extremely helpful, and a pleasure to deal with.
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Pros : I just cut my first bottles and they were all perfect! This cutter couldn't be any easier to use and I would highly recommend it to anyone.
Cons : I can't see that there would be any cons with this item.
Other Thoughts : I was looking for another craft to do because my apartment is too humid to cut/paint wood right now, which is what I normally do. I'm absolutely thrilled with my choice and I'm looking forward to creating all sorts of items. My scroll saw may have to move over a few seats... Thanks for carrying this item and for the "how-to" videos that showed me exactly what I was going to be doing and just how easy it is. The bottle neck cutter is next in line...
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