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Kinkajou Bottle Cutter Kit

$54.95 USD
Item# 3730
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Product Features

  • Cut your favorite brands of bottles easily with the versatile Kinkajou Bottle Cutter
  • Kinkajou Bottle Cutter adjusts easily to cut bottles of different sizes
  • Accommodates bottles up to 1.5 liters
  • Precision molded tool comes in a variety of fun colors

Product Description

Bottle Cutting Made Easy
Kinkajou is the revolutionary way to turn your favorite brands of glass bottles into custom tumblers, vases, candle holders and more. The unique design of this bottle cutter can be easily adjusted to fit bottles from the small soda or beer bottle up to 1.5 liter magnums - and when you're done, it slides closed for compact storage. Colors may vary; see additional images. 

To use, simply loosen the Kinkajou on both sides, insert your bottle, tighten evenly, flip a lever to engage your cutter head and twist to score. The rolling wheels help keep the bottle moving smoothly and aligned for a seamless score.


  • Bottle Cutter with Carbide Cutting Wheel
  • 2 Silicone Separation Ties (fits common bottle sizes) 
  • Glass Tapper Tool 
  • 3 Silicon Carbide Sandpaper Pieces - 80 Grit 
  • Instructions 
Colors may vary.

Re-purposed wine bottles made into homemade candles created by artist Lora Linn, from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   It works!
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Pros : This is the only bottle cutter that actually works.
Cons :
Other Thoughts : My husband turned the bottle while I held it firmly on the table. No problem though.
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  •   Bottle cutter needs inprovements
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Pros : Adjustable.
Cons : Adjustable! This cutter needs a built in bubble level. I have tried to cut 4 bottles so far and only in one was the score parallel across the circumference of the bottle.
Other Thoughts : Incremental marks on the tightening bolts would also make even adjustments more accurate than the current "eyeballing"
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   At Last!
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Pros : I have been waiting for a bottle cutter like this for a long time! It is so easy to use, even with arthritic hands. The success rate is very high and mainly depends on the variation of the thickness of the wall of the bottle. The cut is so clean that it takes no time to smooth off the edges. I love using it!!!
Cons : Very addictive!
Other Thoughts : Please make a slightly larger set of rings for larger bottles as one of the rings tore and I can't put them on myself as my fingers are not strong enough.
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