About this item
- SureCut wire cut-line for unmatched accuracy
- Patented TripleTrack System
- Self-leveling swing-out arm extends to 12"
- 1/16" gridlines provide precise measuring
- Lifetime warranty
Q: Are there replacement blades available for this trimmer? If so, which ones would they be?
A: Thank you for contacting Fiskars. This trimmer takes the "I" style blades.submitted byFiskarsProductExpert - 3 years agoBrand expert
A: Hi folltastic, The Profile TripleTrack™ Cut/Score Blades, High Profile TripleTrack™ Cutting Blades – Titanium Coated, High Profile TripleTrack™ Cutting Blades, Low Profile TripleTrack™ Cutting Blades are all compatible with this paper trimmer. Thanks!submitted byPortu Sunberg - 3 years agoBrand expert
Q: Does trimmer come with a score blade? Or, Fiskars have a score blade that will work with this trimmer?
A: Thank you for your inquiry. This trimmer does not come with a scoring blade however we do have a scoring blade available. Item # 01-001555J which is currently out of stock through Fiskars however it may be available through other online retailers.submitted byFiskarsProductExpert - 4 years agoBrand expert
A: Hi margarita, The trimmer does not come with a score blade. Thanks!submitted byPortu Sunberg - 4 years agoBrand expert
Q: What is the thickest material it will cut?
A: Thank you for contacting Fiskars. This trimmer can cut up to 110# card stock.submitted byFiskarsProductExpert - 4 years agoBrand expert
A: SureCut paper trimmers can cut up to 10 sheets of 20# copy paper. We measure our cuts using consistent paper, so this was the measurement that the team was able to provide for weight. Thanks!submitted byPortu Sunberg - 4 years agoBrand expert
Q: Can the knife blade be sharpened or is this part of the lifetime warranty, how do I get a new blade?
A: Hi Brian, replacement blades are available for our paper trimmers. We would not recommend trying to sharpen them since they are so small - warranty would cover manufacturing defects only. These blades are sold separately in multiple pack variations. Hope that helps! Staciesubmitted bystacie - 5 years ago