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Swingline Paper Trimmer / Cutter, Guillotine, ClassicCut Pro, 15" Cut Length, 15 Sheets Capacity $23.35 sss eligible @amazon

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This paper cutter offers guillotine cutting of up to 15 sheets at once; 15-Inch cutting length
Paper trimmer has alignment grid and dual scale ruler for precise measuring
Protective guard rail safety feature plus blade latch hook to lock blade; limited 10-year warranty
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This is a good price. That said, I recently got the 12 inch plastic table version and will be sending it back and getting the Fiskers. Neither of these brands in plastic are especially "heavy duty" but the Fiskers has a quarter inch grid. My 12 inch Swingline version has a half inch grid and it looks like this 15 inch version does too. If you don't think you need the smaller grid, then you may prefer not having the carrying hole in the table like the Fiskers has and the wooden base is a big plus.

In researching consumer grade paper cutters, it seems that the larger you go, the less accurate your cuts can be. We do 8x11 and smaller, and for, say, making cards, a 6 inch cutter supposedly enables more square cuts..

Some people prefer the roller cutters but they have their own alignment issues (i.e., the rods can bend on long cuts).
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This is a good price. That said, I recently got the 12 inch plastic table version and will be sending it back and getting the Fiskers. Neither of these brands in plastic are especially "heavy duty" but the Fiskers has a quarter inch grid. My 12 inch Swingline version has a half inch grid and it looks like this 15 inch version does too. If you don't think you need the smaller grid, then you may prefer not having the carrying hole in the table like the Fiskers has and the wooden base is a big plus.

In researching consumer grade paper cutters, it seems that the larger you go, the less accurate your cuts can be. We do 8x11 and smaller, and for, say, making cards, a 6 inch cutter supposedly enables more square cuts..

Some people prefer the roller cutters but they have their own alignment issues (i.e., the rods can bend on long cuts).
@akcanoer, I'm looking for a paper trimmer. Although I missed the deal, thank you for sharing the info and your experience. in the meantime, the search for a good deal on a good paper trimmer continues.
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FYI the 12" version is available for $25 from Amazon Whorehouse. Probably the one akcanoer sent back! Smilie
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@akcanoer, I'm looking for a paper trimmer. Although I missed the deal, thank you for sharing the info and your experience. in the meantime, the search for a good deal on a good paper trimmer continues.
Sorry, I missed your reply @Hotsoup. We wound up going back to the Swingline, lol. The carrying hole/handle bugged me and I would up using painter's tape on the grid to mark placement for repetitive cuts anyway.
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