Multi Cut

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Multi-Cut is a three in one tool for all cutting needs. You can cut through rope, leather, wood, rubber, and more. The blade is retractable and it protrudes forward so you can convert the unit into a utility knife. Multi-Cut is ideally suited for cutting carpet, cardboard, drywall, linoleum, or use as a box cutter. What’s more, it has a built-in titanium coated wire cutter. You can use it to cut aluminum, steel wire, or copper wire.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Multi Cut is $29.99 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $36.98.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Multi Cut being discontinued. Multi Cut may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Multi Cut being discontinued. Multi Cut may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.


  • Cut Lots With One Tool

    You can easily cut through thick and materials with this one tool.

  • Razor Sharp Blades

    It has a razor-sharp blade with offset Pivot point so that you have better cutting power.

  • Comfortable

    The handle is comfortable and ergonomically friendly.

  • Replacement Blades

    When you order it you get a complete set of replacement blades.

  • Safety Lock

    The safety lock makes sure that the tool remains close when it is not in use.


  • Multiple Materials

    You can use this single tool on many different things including cutting garden hoses, PVC pipes, battery cables, or vinyl blinds. The replacement blades are stored inside the handle so you always have them at the tip of your fingers. The safety lock pushes on and off the same way any other safety locks does so that when the unit is closed you are completely safe. You can use this cutter on battery cables, chain links, tree limbs, carpet, tow rope, drywall, and much more.

  • Very Powerful

    This cutting tool is incredibly powerful and versatile. Their power cutter will cut through very thick or rigid materials with next to no effort. The retractable utility knife helps you cut through things like drywall or boxes, even carpets. This titanium-coated wire cutter will help you effortlessly trim things like copper, aluminum, or steel wire.

  • Saves Time and Money

    This unit saves time and money insofar as you can avoid the search for the "right tool" when you are in the middle of a project. Instead, this one is there to complete multiple tasks with just one unit. In completing multiple tasks with just one tool you save money on the costs of buying all three of the separate tools that this unit can be.

How it's Different from Competitors

This unit compares to three different types of tools insofar as it has one physical tool that can complete the job of three. As such, this means that the weight in your toolbox is significantly lighter, replacing three things at once. It also means that you never have to struggle anymore trying to find things like a box cutter for scissors or even a wire cutter because they are all there in one unit. The adjustable base slides forward and backward to create the knife unit that you can use to slice things like paneling. You can even use that same teacher to cut drywall. The industrial steel chassis is very strong in fact it is significantly stronger than most other tools you will be fine.

How It Works

This three and one cutter uses a mechanical action which is slightly different from scissors. When you use a pair of scissors you are limited to cutting sheets of material. However, with this unit, you get the razor-sharp blade that comes down to the flat plastic.

Such a design combines the offset Pivot points that you have better leverage when you cut thick or rigid materials. Using standard utility blades it is very easy for you to replace blades. All you need to do is pull the grapes apart to disengage the old blade and insert the new blade. Squeeze the grips back into place and the new blade is secure. You don't even need tools to do this. Conventional pruners and utility cutters have to be sharpened regularly but because of the ability to replace blades quickly and effectively the blades you were using with this tool will always remain sharp. The molded grip handles for large and small hands so anyone can use it.


  • Craftsman

    Craftsman has an edge utility cutter which is somewhat similar. It has a blade to end action which protects your blade from regular wear. The replacement blades are also built into the handle and are quick to be changed when they start to wear out. Using standard utility blades this particular alternative is not a gardening tool. Instead, it is really meant for a cutter around the house but it is reliable and ideally suited for cutting things like gasket materials or cables.

  • Ronan

    Ronan has a Multi-Cut quick change set of cutters which can be used in much the same way. The blades are stored conveniently in the handle. There is a safety lock in the ergonomically friendly group in addition to the offset Pivot designs that you can easily make cuts.

    You can use this alternative on leather, rubber, tree branches, hoses, wooden dowels, and more. With this alternative, you can replace the blades in much the same fashion as the multi-cut tool. Ronan has a series of Multi Cuts which look exactly the same and allow you to store new blades in the handle and quickly replace them when they wear out.


  • Leather

    One of the main selling points used in the commercial was the Multi Cuts ability to slice through leather. In the demonstration, the tool cuts through two thick leather belts with ease. Several third-party videos show users attempting to this themselves with no success.

  • Branches

    The Multi-Cut seemed to have no issue cutting through thin branches. When the tool was applied to larger branches, similar in size to those seen in the commercial, it was unsuccessful in doing so. One user attempted to cut through a small palm tree branch and the device was not able to complete the task.

  • Pvc Pipe

    In the advertisement, the Multi-Cut chops through a PVC pipe with seemingly no effort. Users that attempted this themselves found varying degrees of success. Customers who attempted this on thinner pipe such as half-inch schedule 40 had no issues in doing so. The device struggled with PVC pipe larger than one inch in diameter. The Multi-Cut was prone to slipping on pipes of larger sizes.

  • Electrical Wiring

    The Multi-Cut was able to cut through most types of wiring. Some users noted that the device had an issue creating a clean cut through the rubber coating. Most who decided to use the device on rubber coated wire opted to finish the cut with blade portion of the device instead of the wire cutting portion. One third-party reviewer attempted to stress test the device by trying to cut through a metal coat hanger, the tool made little impact on the hanger.

  • Blade Durability

    In all video reviews found on the internet, the blade showed signs of wear and tear by the end of the review. Visible chips and cracks could be seen on the blades. The Multi-Cut ships with five replacement blades and a website URL on the storage unit for the blades. One reviewer noted that even months after the release of the product, additional blades were still not available on the website provided.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Releasing the Safety

    To release the safety, simply squeeze the handles and pull backward on the lock switch. This will release the handles and you can begin using the device.

  2. Using the Cutting Tool

    Ensure that you have a firm grip on the device and then place whatever you desire to cut in between the blade and anvil portions of the Multi-Cut. Make sure that whatever you are working with is placed firmly in the middle of the device and not in the wire cutting portion. Failure to do this might cause damage to the Multi-Cut.

  3. Using the Wire Cutter

    To use the wire cutting portion of the device, place the wire you are working with towards the back of the Multi-Cut. The wire cutter component is a different color than the rest of the tool, making it easy to find. Ensure that you are not using the normal cutting portion of the Multi-Cut as this will result in sub-optimal performance.

  4. Using the Utility Knife

    The lever for the utility knife is attached to the anvil portion of the Multi-Cut. Pull the lever back towards the handle, this will allow the handle to slide in, revealing the utility portion of the blade. When using the utility knife, keep your fingers and spare hand clear of the blade.

  5. Replacing the Blade

    To remove the old blade, use a Phillips head screwdriver on the upper jaw portion of the Multi-Cut. The screws don't need to be completely removed, once they have been adequately loosened the blade should slide out of place. The storage component is located on the back of the handle. Slide the new blade in to place and tighten the screws.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Multi Cut online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Multi Cut online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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Posted: 27 Sep 2017 J D Herbert - (Gulfport, MS)

No 100% Excluding

Your satisfaction is important to us and is not 100% Guaranteed. If you are dissatisfied with any merchandise for any reason, simply return the product within 30 days of receipt for a full refund of your purchase price, excluding processing and handling.

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Posted: 08 Oct 2017 cosmos

So "your satisfaction is important to us", but "is not 100% Guaranteed". Well, which is it? Is it important or not guaranteed?


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Posted: 26 Sep 2017 Joel Herbert - (Plover, WI)

Fly by Night / the Marketing is a Scam

- Read more at: you have to keep saying no or end up paying more.

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