Colibri Ships Quasar Desktop Cutter

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The new products from Colibri continue to roll out, as today the company announced that its Quasar desktop cutter has begun shipping.

In 2014, Colibri teamed up with humidor designer Daniel Marshall to create the Quasar, a humidor that was inspired by the hobnail pattern on the vintage 1960s Colibri Moletric lighter and got its name from the mysterious sources of light and energy that emanate from the farthest galaxies of the universe. The company has also added an ashtray to the collection.

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Building on the Quasar’s four-sided pyramidal peak motif, the Quasar cutter contains two cutting options, offering both a Colibri V-Cut and S-Cut on opposing faces. The cutter is engaged by pushing down on the top peak of the Quasar, which releases and pops up the cutting unit and makes both blades available for cutting. The Quasar is made from solid metal, with the blades running on oiled quad pistons.

The V-Cut can cut a clean wedge as deep as 7mm on a 60 ring gauge cigar, while the S-Cut side can provide a full straight cut on cigars up to 70 ring gauge.

To keep the cutter secure during usage, the undercarriage is lined along the perimeter with a strong rubber gasket for non-slip stability while in use and to prevent damage to the desktop. In the center of the undercarriage is a twist cap to access the internal chamber for retrieving and disposing of the collected cigar clippings.

The Quasar is offered in four four finishes: matte black, matte red, metallic chrome, and metallic gunmetal, each priced at $125.

In recent weeks, Colibri has also begun shipping its SV-Cut cutter, EVO lighter, and Quantum lighter.

Image courtesy of Colibri.

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