PenBlade Inc - Craft and Hobby Knife - Retractable Blade - Number 11A - 3 Pack

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You won't be able to wait to get creative with the Number 11A PenBlade Craft & Hobby Knife by PenBlade, Inc. The Number 11A retractable straight-edge blade cuts through a variety of materials including EVA foam, styrene, Worbla, yard, rubber, thin ribbon, fabric, and so much more. For long-lasting sharpne...  Full Description & Details
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You won't be able to wait to get creative with the Number 11A PenBlade Craft & Hobby Knife by PenBlade, Inc. The Number 11A retractable straight-edge blade cuts through a variety of materials including EVA foam, styrene, Worbla, yard, rubber, thin ribbon, fabric, and so much more. For long-lasting sharpness and durability, the knife features a surgical-grade stainless steel blade (not carbon steel). The end of the handle has a handy ruler marked in inches and millimeters, for quick and easy measuring. Left- and right-handed users will both be comfortable with this ambidextrous knife. It is designed with push-button blade retraction for instant safety and storage (no caps necessary). The package includes three Number 11A blade craft knives.

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0120853624005074
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  • What is the difference between the PenBlade Inc - Craft and Hobby Knife 10, 11A and 15? I'm assuming it's the blade but what is the purpose/use of each? Is there a general all purpose blade that is best for paper crafting? Just wondering if the 10 blade is for heavier material or would that be the 15 blade? It's not clear in the product description or reviews.   By: phyl_herbert (14-Sep-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I liked the 10 blade for heavy materials ,such as, cork paper and card board . The 15 blade is also good for smaller cuts on heaviest materials . I also use both blades when cutting out paper dolls out of heavy water color paper .. I'm real happy with this product . The blades stay sharp .. By: frances_23 (16-Sep-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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