Credo is adding three new cigar cutters to its line-up, including two focused on larger ring gauges. The Synchro XXL is a larger take on the company’s signature dual-blade cigar scissors, but with the ability to cut up to 70 ring gauge cigars. In addition, the company is also adding the Cutter RG 60 model, which falls in between the original Synchro’s 56 ring gauge capacity and the XXL’s 70 ring gauge capacity. 

Credo XXL Cutter

Both models use ABS plastic, which helps reduce the weight and cost. Pricing for the 60 is $5, while the XXL will retail for $6. The original metal and wood synchro can retail for up to $95 depending on the finish.

Credo 3 In 1 Punch Cutter

The Credo 3 in 1 punch cutter is being offered in two versions: a rectangular aluminum model build with finishes of black, silver and titanium, and a rounded version offered in black, silver and bronze. The cutter actually unfolds to reveal a 34, 48 and 60 ring gauge cutter. Pricing is set at $54.

The models all be shown off at the Arango Cigar Co. booth at the 2014 IPCPR trade show this July. Aragno is the distributor for Credo in the U.S.

(Images via Credo/Arango)

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