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The Multicut Tool is a 3-in-1 cutting tool that will handle any job from pruning a tree to opening boxes. Three different functions:
Titanium Coated Wirecutter
Base and Blade Scissors
Three different functions means you can do just about anything with the Multicut Tool. The mechanical action of its offset pivot point means more force applied to your object than regular straight pivot scissors and cutters. This is because the offset pivot point allows for more torque and leverage than alternative designs. Multicut Tool comes with foam grip handles that are easy on your hands for when you want to test the limits of the tool and really grip down while cutting.
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- Retractable Utility Knife
The Multicut Tool blade is very sharp. By simply switching the adjustment lock you can shift the blade of the cutters forward and now you have a utility knife. Use your knife to open sealed boxes, product clam shells, drywall, carpet and more. When you've spent the edge, replacement blades can be stored in the handle for easy and quick replacement so you can get back to cutting.
- Titanium Coated Wire Cutters
Try to cut electrical wire with normal scissors and you will get stuck and dull your scissors. Attempt the job with a box cutter and the wire will roll out from under you every time. Use the titanium coated wire cutters located at the base of the Multicut Tool blade and see how easily the cable comes apart.
- Razor Sharp Cutter
The secret to the design in the Multicut Tool is in the blade. Where most scissors use two blades only partially sharpened to cut with, relying on their pivot point to make sure the stuff gets cut, this blade does it differently. The Multicut Tool has just one razor sharp blade which the pivot uses your full grip strength to force it down onto a resisting surface so you can slice right through. Cut tree branches, garden hoses, PVC pipe, and much more. However, the commercial shows some bold claims of its ability that you need be aware of.
- Bold Claims
If you watch the commercial ran for Multicut you will see the blade cut through just about anything you could manage to fit through the mouth of the cutters. In customer reviews, the product does seem to behave differently. Where in the commercial the tools can cut through thick PVC pipe it was found that the plastic got to be hard to manage when the pipe got too thick. Large tree branches might get cut if you have impressive grip strength but you certainly can't beat the awesome leverage of hedge clippers or pruners for this job.
- Wire Cutters Fail the Test
The wire cutters are made to look simple and swift, nipping any gauge wire with a little .snip.. In the customer review, the wire cutters were a lot less satisfying often getting stuck on the rubber housing. You would think that wire cutters could get through a coat hanger but not in the customer test. This function seems to be the weakest as most wire cutter tools will not only cut wires but strip them too. Putting wires back together is hard and this tool does nothing to help with that second crucial task.
- Razor Blades as Scissors
It should be a sign that the tool comes with 5 extra blades. That should be a sign that the blade on the tool will get damaged and in this case it is true. After just a test run cutting and failing to cut just a few things around the house the blade was dull and chipped. Replacing the blade means releasing two of screws mounted into the cutters, a simple operation. The problem with this is in durability. You won't be able to keep cutting without time spent and parts ordered from the manufacturer.
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