Silberschnitt Pad With Strip And Circle Cutters

Price $249.95
Your Savings: - $40.00
Your Price: $209.95 USD   (17% Off)
Item# 710536
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Product Features

  • Treat yourself to the best. Premium German made tool
  • Cutting system creates shapes up to 24"
  • No-slip cutting pad rolls up for easy storage
  • Extra large pad provides lots of cutting space

Product Description

Portable rubber mat with attached 23-1/2" guide rail offers the ideal non-slip surface for cutting strips, circles, or any shape! The circle and strip cutter attachment makes strips as narrow as 1/4" and circles as small as 2" diameter. Flip glass over and apply pressure on the back of scores to produce a controlled break. When you're done cutting, the entire tool can be shaken clean over a waste can and rolled up for storage. 23-1/2" x 24-1/2" overall.

Bohle has made premium quality art glass tools since 1923; crafted in Germany. Due to importation costs, price and availability subject to change.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   The Best strip cutting tool!
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Pros : The Silberschnitt Pad comes with a rubber cutting pad. The tool is simple to put together and cuts strips of stained glass with little pressure.
Cons : I discovered the pad moved on my table, so I simply put a couple of damp paper towels underneath to hold it in place while I cut my strips.
Other Thoughts : The versatility of the Silberschnitt for cutting strips and circles, makes it a terrific buy!
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Must-have tool
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Pros : I am in love with this tool, which has ended my struggle with cutting straight edges and getting 90° angles. I have to remind myself that I shouldn't cut every piece of glass I own into strips just because I have this fun, precise tool. Not being a particularly handy person, I appreciated how simple it is to assemble and break down the strip- and circle-cutters.
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Other Thoughts : The case this comes in is very handy and convenient. It's helpful to have this be easily portable.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Its good
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Pros : The mat is nice backing for cutting glass and supporting it so it doesn't snap under pressure
Cons : the mat has a chemical smell that has not quite gone away and its been a couple of months
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