I have various tools for cutting circles - some very expensive - but the Scissor Pro is a hundred times better. It lets you be very precise with the size circle you want, it is not awkward or cumbersome, it's quick to get out, cut and put away again. You put your paper under the frame, put the ingeniously safe cutter in the slot, and run it around the circle. Done! Extra blades come with the tool and store in the cutter.
Although I haven't figured out how to keep this from slipping when you are cutting a smaller piece of paper (I use removable adhesive on the back as a make-do for now), this circle cutter seems to be the only option on the market for cutting circles and not killing your hands/wrists. Besides the slipping thing (which admittedly is completely fixed with the removable adhesive), it is perfect and so much easier on my hands.
Could be me, but I'm not thrilled with this tool. The larger circle holds the paper in place and if you don't have a piece of paper large enough to make full contact with the outer circle the paper slips. To make smaller circles tried using a narrow strip long enough to extend past the outer ring and the paper would still slip. Big circle - works great. Smaller circle - a lot of wasted paper to get a satisfactory result.
I bought this a couple of months ago, and it has fallen apart. Does the circle top snap back on to the base with all the beads. This circle cutter appeared to be a great product until I found myself losing all the beads inside. I cannot get the top to snap back on. HELP!
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