I really like mine. I've had it for about a year now and use it quite a bit. It's small and doesn't take up a lot of room and it's super simple to use...if I don't use it for a while, I don't have to re-learn how to use it (like my Cricut Expression...which I never use). There's lots of great designs for it, and even though it only cuts up to 4", I find I've never needed it to cut anything bigger than that. I would definitely recommend the Slice!
I've had mine for about two months and love itt. The first day was frustrating trying to get the adhesive right, but after that it was great. The design cards are great and you can always find a deal on them. I wouldn't want anything else!! I love my slice:)
Edited by havingfunatthebeach on 05-29-11 06:52 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.
Slice is nice! I have had my Slice for over 2 years. I love it. It does everything I could want... and I have nver needed anything bigger than 4 inch. The size is right and the carts. are tiny! I do use the hands free mat and the spray adhesive. I had a Cricut but I sold it. Enjoy your new one!
I got mine just over a year ago now and I love it. It is my first e-cutter and since space was a issue a year ago it was perfect for me. My MIL (russian, english is her 3rd language) found it easy to use and loves the little thing. She is a big fan of making her own flowers and this gives her lots of options without having to cut them anymore by hand.
I would recommend the little guy and get the hands free mat, makes the experience better.
I have a slice. I have several of the cartridges for it. Price had a lot to do with my choice. It has worked great and I have gotten great service when I had trouble with it. The only drawback I can think of with the slice is that you can only cut one shape at a time and then have to set the next one. On the cricut I can type in several letters or shapes and it will cut them all without stopping. that is not a big deal to me and I am very happy with my Slice.
I was never interested in it, but my friend got one. She liked the idea of it and really did like it at first, but it never did work great for her, despite sending it back to the company several times. She finally gave up on it and sold all of her cards and accesories and bought a Cricut.