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Toyo Custom Grip Supercutter by Toyo

$38.95 USD
Item# 5200
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Product Features

  • Features a four-position saddle – adjustable for all hand sizes
  • Refined oil-fed system – can be used with or without oil!
  • Durable carbide steel cutting wheel outlasts conventional cutters


Product Description

Improved Design
The Custom Grip Supercutter with an adjustable grip handle, improved spring-controlled oil flow system and proven TAP Wheel technology, now features a new, larger saddle! The four-position saddle is adjustable for all hand sizes, relieving hand fatigue. Placed between the thumb and forefinger, the saddle allows the fingers to remain straight which will reduce the strain while scoring.

The unique, patented cutting wheel improves axle lubrication and reduces rolling friction producing a cleaner score, which will give you a better edge and easier breakout. Note the Custom Grip does not use the standard Toyo Replacement Head. Use Item #5201 Replacement Head for Custom Grip Supercutter.

In six distinctive fluorescent colors, the lightweight clear acrylic grip lets you see how much oil is in the reservoir. Sorry, cannot specify choice of color. Sold individually.

Developed 30 years ago, Supercutters outlast other cutters by up to 25 times! Toyo's Supercutters live up to their name. Comfortable to hold and easy to use, each cutter is self-oiling (when pressure is applied) for a free rolling wheel and consistent score line. The wheel is made of durable, replaceable carbide steel that outlasts conventional cutters.

Delphi Tip: To prevent leaking, use only a few drops of oil in your cutter before each use.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Custom grip supercutter
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Pros : the only one that fits the Morton circle and border system....works wonderful
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  •   Wonderful Supercutter!
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Pros : I have tried all types of cutters & the Toyo Supercutter wins hands down. I have weak wrists & a hand tremor and this tool enables me to continue to work in stained glass without fatigue. I found this cutter to be easier to control than either the pencil or pistol grip cutters. The adjustable grip allows the user to find the most comfortable fit & the quality of cutter is high. My other cutters are consigned to a drawer. Great cutting tool!
Cons : None!
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  •   Love this cutter
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Pros : Everything is a pro. It scores great, it feels great, it's just great.
Cons : wish you could pick the color but then again I wish I had one of every color
Other Thoughts : By far the best cutter I have tried. It's like part of my hand when I use it.
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