Colibri Unveils S-Cut Serrated Cutter

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Colibri’s popular S-Cut cutter is getting a new serrated version this summer as part of the company’s 90th anniversary celebration.

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The S-Cut [serrated] is a double guillotine that uses new blades with a serrated edge, which the company says were developed to find the best tip-size that would give a precise cut without forfeiting the longevity and strength of the fine serrations. Colibri believes that the numerous rounds of prototypes and testing have delivered a perfect balance of durability and precision cutting, with the cutter able to successfully cut a cigar with up to a 66 ring gauge.

The body of the S-Cut [serrated] also gets an upgrade by way of an all new pachmayr-patterned front and back panels, which not only provides a distinctive and rich appearance, but enhances feel and grip a well as increasing the durability of the finish.

Colibri will have the S-Cut [serrated] on display at next month’s IPCPR Convention & Trade Show, which runs from July 13-17 in Las Vegas, Nev., before the first shipments head to retailers in late July. It is available in four finishes, black, polished chrome and black, polished rose and black, and gunmetal, each priced at $49.

Image courtesy of Colibri.

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