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Swingline ClassicCut Guillotine Paper Trimmer: Take the guesswork out of trimming with the Swingline ClassicCut Glass Guillotine Trimmer. With EdgeGlow LED illumination, it’s easy to align to your papers for a perfect cut. Simply lift the blade and line your paper up with the light guide for clear and accurate trimming. This trimmer has a thick, tempered glass surface and is printed with alignment guides to help improve trimming accuracy. The deep guillotine blade has a sharp 12 in. or 15 in. cutting length and can trim up to 15 sheets at once. Plus, a safety latch keeps the blade in place when it’s not in use. The EdgeGlow LED light requires 3 AAA batteries, which are included for your convenience. Comes in two sizes: 12 in. or 15 in.
Features & Benefits
- With EdgeGlow LED illumination, it’s easy to align papers for a perfect cut. Simply lift the blade and line your paper up with the light guide for clear and accurate trimming.
- The thick, tempered glass surface easily handles impact from the blade and is printed with alignment guides. Its durable plastic frame helps keep the trimmer in place while cutting.
- Easily trim standard size papers, photos and artwork with the 12 in. or 15 in. cutting length. The deep guillotine blade cuts through up to 15 sheets at once.
- EdgeGlow LED light requires 3 AAA batteries, which are included for your convenience.
Swingline ClassicCut EdgeGlow Guillotine Paper Trimmer
- Surface: Tempered Glass
- Country of Origin: Taiwan, R.O.C.
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.
Question & Answers
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