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Rexel ClassicCut CL100 A4 Charcoal Guillotine
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- Lightweight plastic base is marked with grid lines, measurements and paper guides for an accurate cut
- Self-sharpening stainless steel blade with an ergonomic handle
- Use the blade lock when guillotine is not in use for added safety
- Non slip feet for stability when trimming
- Trims up to 10 sheets of A4 paper
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Rexel ClassicCut CL100 Guillotine A4
Trim up to 10 sheets of A4 paper safely, quickly and accurately with the lightweight ClassicCut CL100 guillotine.
The razor sharp stainless steel guillotine blade provides a clean cut by itself, but the guillotine also has extra features to ensure accurate trimming.
Ergonomically designed with versatility, precision and safety in mind, the Rexel ClassicCut CL100 A4 Guillotine is lightweight A4 cutting guillotines.
An unbreakable, transparent safety guard keeps fingers well away from the razor-sharp cutting blade yet gives a clear view of the trim line for an accurate finish every time.
Top Customer Reviews
***Update: It's been a couple of months since I've bought the guillotine. The blade is still extremely sharp and I've managed to get through all 130 wedding invitations each with 4 additional card inserts. That's a lot of card! I'm really happy with this purchase. It's very convienient to own ***
a ragged edge. When I saw the write up for this one I was dubious about spending that much money!
However, I am so glad I did, this cuts to perfection every time. It was easy enough to put together
and the safety guard protection is ideal. This cuts card and paper so easily, no ragged edges and even
my photos I print from the computer get cut down with this now lol! Well worth the money, it is well made,
and looks as if it's going to last a long time. *Fingers crossed*!!
Updated my rating 5/2/16. I have had this cutter nearly 4 years and it still works well so have given it another star.
Wanting a professional job from amateur money, I came across this Rexel, which I think I bought from my local out-of-town branch of Staples - it's most probably too specialist an item for you to find in your local WHSmith, for example. It was quite an investment at the time, though I knew immediately that I now had the quality product I needed.
The hard plastic base is solid yet light and doesn't seem cheap, with all the edges smoothly finished. I haven't scratched or damaged the upper surface, it's durable but that doesn't mean you can start using it as a cutting board, though! The blade mechanism is reassuringly well bolted on; the handle fits the hand nicely and inspires confidence.
I don't use it often and I don't try and cut through great thicknesses, so it won't surprise you to learn that I'm still on the first blade. Probably a thousand cuttings over the past three years? would be my wild guess. I just know that if and when I need it, it'll do the job accurately and safely and without that dreaded shredding at the edges of the card.
The blade action is a positive one and you can 'feel' the blade slicing through the handle, which is very satisfying! I also find invaluable the detailed measurements on the base which allows for easy and accurate sizes to be attained.
If there is a slight criticism, it won't allow very thin widths, say for instance your first attempt was too wide and you want to cut a bit more off.Read more ›
I got the impression after reading and comparing reviews that anything cheaper than this wouldn't work so well. Cuts cleanly and positively, which is the main thing you would want and the self-sharpening is a plus.
Nice design more or less, it loses that one star for the same reason others have mentioned. You have to raise the blade completely and hold it when positioning the item to be cut and small items like business cards are fiddly to position too as the back stop doesn't go all the way to the blade.. Minor niggles, but worth mentioning.
The safety guard also gets in the way, but unless you are terminally accident prone, in thrall to health and safety or under 5, then it's not really needed anyway.
it lost one star because the perspex safety guide makes it impossible to judge exactly where it is cutting. That is not a problem providing you are cutting to a standard size, e.g. A5, but awkward otherwise. of course you can always remove the guide, and risk chopping off your fingers...
Not recommended by the manufacturer, but it is tough enough to cut vinyl floor tiles - one at a time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does the job. Is quite big and clumsy but the transparent guard keeps the blade nice and straight.Published 1 month ago by IslandLady
An excellent product for the price and ideal for home use. The safety catch is a bit of a fiddle to operate but its there for a reason and once mastered I can live with it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Hawell
Absolute rubbish. I bought Rexel as a brand that I thought I could trust. Impossible to precisely trim paper as you just can't see the edge of the trimmer, and the gauge lines on... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mike Coleman Cross.
incredibly quick delivery, guillotine has done everything that we wanted it to do. Highly recommend itPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Still works really well. Shame there isn't any way of lowering the plastic protection when not in use.Published 8 months ago by fairlyquasi
Work's really well, light weight looks good, does the job, nicely priced would recommend.Published 8 months ago by Adrian's School of Motoring
So much better than the roller style ones (I had broken 2 in the last 2 years). I've taken off the clear safety guide to make it easier to see where I am cutting, but since I am... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mrs H L Poynter
Very good if you just want to cut paper to A4/A3 etc no use at all to cut small pieces as used in craft work accurately unless you do so without the plastic shield even then you... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Val