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Get Tooled Up with GYRO-CUT®

07 May 2014
By Bridget Parfitt

The new GYRO-CUT®, craft and hobby tool makes crafting even more enjoyable, easily cutting through paper, thin card up to 250gsm, vinyl, tissue paper and many more thin-sheet materials. This hand-held tool has a strong 360 degree rotating blade, which enables users to cut complex shapes easily, quickly and precisely. The ergonomically-designed handle is very comfortable, designed to suit both right and left-handed crafters. Unlike other craft knives, there are no safety concerns with this blade when used correctly, making it a much safer alternative to scalpels and scissors. The special blade technology allows users to cut straight lines using a plastic ruler, and curved lines using a French curve or other types of template, without the risk of damage to the template edges. GYRO-CUT®, is also great for cutting freestyle shapes; crafters can be as creative as they like while cutting paper and other materials. GYRO-CUT®, can be used in a number of projects, including paper-cutting, decoupage, stencil-making, general papercrafts, scrapbooking, card-making and more. Replacing the blade is easy, when it does eventually become blunt. The replacement pack contains two blades, two blade protectors and full instructions for replacing the blade. GYRO-CUT®, has even been recognised and appreciated by Britain’s best-loved crafter, Kirstie Allsopp, who tweeted her delight after discovering the new product: “Am I the last person on the planet to discover GYRO-CUT®? This is the coolest thing for paper cuts and stencils” For further details please contact: +44 (0) 7908935578,, or visit

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