Thread: S-Cut Tool

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    Arrow S-Cut Tool

    Like lots of other tool, the S-Cut has entered the market. It is used to cut clothing, seatbelts, and trim.

    Anyone with experience using this tool? No doubt it has pros and cons like anything else.

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    Hi billyleach

    This is a brilliant tool i have used one, they can cut anything with ease, its also very easy to use with gloves on, with lots of purchase on the handle, basically the round blade has sections on it, you can do a lot of cuts on one section, when this becomes blunt all you do is rotate the blade to the next section and instantly you have a new blade, it will last for a long time.

    This tool will cut leather boots, zips webbing, pretty much any material.

    The only downside is the cost, it is very expensive for what it does,considering what is on the market.

    That said if i have the funds i would buy one. Very well engineered and designed, they are made by a swedish company.

    John

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    Thanks for the info. Seems like a useful tool. With a few "modifications" it could serve several uses.

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