Screwpop Tools, a company specializing in multi-use tools, is planning on two new cigar cutter models. Both follow Screwpop’s design language meaning they will easily attach to key rings and open bottles.

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First it will update its original cigar cutter, the Cigar Punch. The new model, the Screwpop Cigar Punch 2.0, will feature thinner and sharper blades, along with an ejector rod that allows for the tobacco to be removed from punch cutter. It will retail for $9.99.

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In addition, the company will add the Screwpop Cigar Cutter in August. It serves as a traditional cutter with two blades that function similar to cigar scissors. 

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(Images via Screwpop)

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