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Pencil Grip Cutter Cozy by Creator's Stained Glass

$3.95 USD
Item# 5123
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Product Features

  • No-slip grip for added cutter control
  • Large, foam cushioned surface prevents hand fatigue
  • Spend more time creating in comfort
  • Fits most pencil style glass cutters

Product Description

The Cutter Cozy foam grip provides a large, soft, no-slip grip to prevent hand fatigue. Simply slide it onto your favorite cutter, and enjoy the ability to spend more time creating, comfortably. Foam cushioned grip fit most models of glass cutters, and will make your time in the workshop easier and more enjoyable than ever.

Shown here with a Toyo Comfort Grip Super Cutter (item #5108, sold separately).

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Super comfortable!
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Pros : Makes cutting so much better and comfortable!
Cons : Slides down on my cutter and has to be repositioned often.
Other Thoughts : My Studio Pro Brass cutter is great, but has rough sides. This cozy makes it work great without hurting my hands.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Hard to get on at first, but indispensable.
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Pros : Feels amazing, helps with steadiness and accuracy, very ergonomic, and won't ever slip off. It will definitely save you a lot of finger pain.
Cons : Hard to get on some cutters.
Other Thoughts : While this cutter cozy is pretty hard to get on your glass cutter, that is only to ensure that it won't ever come off (so make sure you put it on your favorite cutter!). Since the only "con" about it is to reinforce a pro, I don't see it as a bad thing at all. This cutter cozy takes away a lot of the pain of gripping a cutter too hard while cutting, and it's extremely apparent when you start cutting with it. I would recommend it with a 5/5 rating.
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