Colibri SV-Cut Brings Two Cutting Styles to One Accessory


If you’re the kind of cigar smoker who goes back and forth between straight and v-cuts but don’t like having to carry two cutters, Colibri’s latest release will be of interest.

Today the company announced its newest cutter, the SV-Cut, which merges its popular S-Cut and V-Cut cutters into one unit. On one side of the SV-Cut is the company’s V-Cut, the same style that was released in 2013 and can handle up to a 60 ring gauge cigar but works equally as well on lanceros and other small ring gauge cigars. On the other side is the S-Cut, a single guillotine blade that can slice through the caps of cigars up to 70 ring gauge, with each slice governed to 3mm in thickness.


The trigger release for both blades is on the V-Cut side, and the cutter features an ergonomic shape and spring-loaded blades, as well as a textured pachmayr pattern grip on both sides.

The SV-Cut will debut at the 2017 IPCPR convention in Las Vegas, which runs from July 11 – 14. Colibri is releasing the SV-Cut in five finishes: all black, black and chrome, chrome and black, gunmetal, and rose and black. Each option comes with a suggested retail price of $75.

Colibri says it will begin shipping the SV-Cut ships to stores this fall.

Image courtesy of Colibri.

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