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Swingline® ClassicCut Pro Paper Trimmer, 15 Sheets, Metal/Wood Composite Base, 12" x 12"
About this item
- Sharp metal cutting blade—strong enough to trim thick paper materials.
- Alignment grid and dual-scale, SAE and metric ruler for precise measuring.
- Wood cutting surface and metal cutting arm.
- Features finger-guard rail and blade latch hook lock for added safety.
- Non-slip rubber feet.
Traditional, guillotine-style paper trimmer features a wood cutting surface and a metal cutting arm. Designed for routine cutting tasks, its blade is sharp and durable enough to cleanly cut through thicker materials such as photos, labels, laminated materials and up to 15 sheets of paper. Alignment grid and dual-scale, SAE and metric ruler for precision performance—simply measure and line up your papers to get the exact same, flawless trimming results every time. A protective guard rail and latch-hook blade lock help protect users. Trimmer Board Type: Guillotine; Sheet Capacity: 15; Cut Length: 12"; Blade Material: Stainless Steel.
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 12.0 inches (L) x 12.0 inches (W)
Weight: 6.95 pounds
Blade Material: Steel
Handle Material: Metal
Features: Rubber feet, Grid markings, Handle
Power Source: Manual
Warranty: 10 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 081-04-1203
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Ratings & reviews3
overall: 3.7 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
Suzie — 2 years ago
I purchased this item because it had good reviews but I do not agree. The blade is not sharp enough unless you are cutting nothing more the a single sheet of news paper. When cutting light weight card stock it sticks and pulls resulting in an uneven cut. Also the cutting guide marks do not line up f...see moreof the reviewer's review