Toyo Pistol-Grip Supercutter

Price $38.95
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Item# 5100
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Product Features

  • Comfortable to hold and easy to use
  • Self-oiling for a free rolling wheel and consistent score line
  • Carbide steel wheel outlasts conventional cutters by 25 times
  • Cutter heads are replaceable
  • Gripped in a closed fist - reduces hand and wrist fatigue to easily apply pressure from the shoulder
  • Sold individually


Product Description

Delphi Uses the Supercutter to Cut Thousands of Sheets of Glass Without Changing Heads!
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 carbide steel that outlasts conventional cutters. Cutter heads are replaceable.

The Pistol-Grip Supercutter provides greater leverage allowing you to score glass for hours with little hand fatigue. Great for beginners or those with limited hand and finger strength. Get light, consistent lubrication with a refined oil-fed system. In four 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.

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

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