Cutter Caddy Oil Pod

Price $10.95
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Your Price: $7.95 USD   (28% Off)
Item# 52409
Availability: Expected to be available August 10, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Convenient, no spill oil well keeps cutters and oil at your fingertips
  • Fits perfectly in grid surfaces for a secure hold
  • Includes a cap to keep your caddy clean and spill-free when not in use
  • Great multi-purpose tool for any workshop

Product Description

Keep Your Cutter Oiled and Ready!
Keeping track of your glass cutter is easier with this cleverly designed cutter caddy. It works with your Waffle Grid surfaces to securely stow your cutter, while simultaneously oiling it to keep it rolling smoothly. The included cap keeps it dust-free and spill-safe when it's not in use. Imagine never losing your glass cutter or dealing with spilled cutter oil again!

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