Generation Green (G2) Bottle Cutter

Price $29.95
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Your Price: $19.95 USD   (34% Off)
Item# 425365
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Product Features

  • Cuts bottles of almost any size
  • Made from recycled aluminum and plastic
  • Wheeled turret contains 6 cutting wheels – lasts through many projects!
  • Includes emery polishing paper to smooth cut edges


Product Description

Recycle Glass Bottles Into Works of Art!
Generation Green, or the g2 Bottle Cutter, can be use for everything from large wine bottles, to wide-mouth jars, to small soda bottles. Turn empty glass bottles into sculptures, vases, lamp shades, planting pots, votive holders, or anything you can imagine. It even cuts rings for wind-chimes! Constructed entirely from recycled aluminum and plastic, the g2's lightweight design allows you to easily score and separate discarded bottles and jars in just 3 easy steps. Kit includes bottle cutter, long lasting 6 wheeled turret cutting head, two 4" x 4" polishing pads, tapper and instructions.

Includes:

  • g2 Bottle Cutter
  • Long Lasting 6 Wheeled Turret 
  • 2 Pieces Polishing Paper
  • Tapper
  • Instructions

Delphi Tip: If you are experiencing difficulty tightening screws to maintain proper alignment while scoring, remove the washers and place them on the same side as the wingnuts to ensure the screws will stay tightened.

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   green bottle cutter
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Pros : relatively easy to use
Cons : mixed results breaking the score. maybe 1 out of 4 were unsable. reverted to using tile saw with better results
Other Thoughts : Okay to use if you don't have a tile saw.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Great Product
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Pros : This glass cutter was much easier to use than the first one I purchased (a simple one from Home Depot). It was decently easy to get a straight cut working by myself and it was still working great for >40 bottles. The price is also really good.
Cons : Cutting bottles is much harder than cutting flat glass (I've done some stained glass work before) and, even with this tool, expect many of your bottles to crack in strange places. Not really a criticism of this product, which I thought worked pretty great, but just so you're aware if you're buying it to cut bottles...
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Takes Practice
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Pros : Cuts the bottles just the way I want them and in the right place. Worth the price. I have gotten it to cut any bottle of any size and shape.
Cons : Takes a lot of practice.
Other Thoughts : Sometimes, it DOES feel like you need more hands to operate it, but once you get the hang of it, and place everything where the DIRECTIONS say to, it's pretty simple.
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