Toyo Dry Wheel Supercutter

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Item# 5104
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Product Features

  • Oil free cutter – great cuts without the clean-up
  • Durable carbide steel cutting wheel outlasts conventional cutters
  • Features a comfort-contoured pencil style hand grip
  • Cutter head is replaceable


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. A solid, molded handle provides proper balance and grip making it comfortable to hold and easy to use. The handle is lightly textured and comfort-contoured for a solid grip. The wheel is made of durable carbide steel and is specially engineered to be extremely durable with a similar life expectancy to self-oiling cutters. Cutter heads are replaceable.

The Dry Wheel Supercutter is the top of the line cutter with all the great features of a Supercutter, but engineered for those who prefer cutting without oil. A Delphi favorite!

Delphi Tip: If you wish to oil your cutter, simply roll it across a sponge or cloth that is saturated with cutter oil.

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Pros : Sturdy, well made, professional cutter.
Cons : Handle is a little big for small hands.
Other Thoughts : I have used many cutters over the past 15 years. This one is very good. I will have to get used to using non-oil cutter.
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Pros : The Toyo Dry Wheel Supercutter is the best thing to ever happen for glass cutting. The ease of use & no messy oil to deal with is great! Cuts like a charm too.
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