X-Acto #1 Knife & Gripster Knife & Replacement Blades

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PRODUCT DETAILS

NOTE: 50 yd orders contain two 25 yd rolls

#1 Knife

  • Designed for precision cutting, trimming and stripping
  • The X-ACTO #1 precision knife is built with a carbon steel blade for a reliable cut every time
  • The sleek design fits comfortably in the hand, allowing you to continue making the precision cuts needed to finish the job, no matter how long it takes
  • Comes with a #11 blade/ 30 degree
  • Also compatible with #16 blades/ 45 degree
  • CAUTION:  please be careful about placing these knives in your pockets because they can be dangerous to you or someone near you.

Gripster Knife

  • Designed for precision cutting of lightweight materials
  • Soft rubber handle for comfort and control
  • Anti-roll design keeps your Gripster on the table, not the floor
  • Comes with a #11 blade/30 degree
  • Also compatible with #16 blades/45 degree
  • CAUTION:  Please be careful about placing these knives in your pockets because they can be dangerous to you or someone near you.

X-ACTO #11 Blades 

  • #11 blades are the most popular blade style with a sharper point
  • Sharp angle provides narrow point for fine detail cutting, trimming and stripping
  • Fits all standard handles
  • 30 degree angle

X-ACTO #16 Blades 

  • #16 blades are less popular than #11 with a flatter blade angle
  • Great for notches, small holes, stencils and thin material
  • Fits all standard handles
  • 45 degree angle



Don't Let This Happen To You!

Photos courtesy of Henson Signs.

“We’ve all done it - stuck a knife in our pocket with the blade exposed, or left it somewhere it could wind up in the wrong hands.  Many of us have ruined upholstery with the same mistake.  This photo is of one of our customer’s children.  Our customer wanted us to help communicate to everyone what can happen if we are careless with our knives.  In this case, he forgot about the knife in his pocket while holding his child.  Please, always cap or retract your blades!   We would like to thank Henson Signs for having the courage to share their story and for their efforts in preventing all of us from making the same mistake.”

                                                                          

                    -Frank