There have been very few significant changes to the basic act of cutting cigars over the years, but the Select Draw Cigar Cutter is one of the newest unique options on the market. Launched in December 2018, the company was founded by businessman Mark Weissman and inventor Marc Alston, who thought up the idea of putting three sharp spikes onto a metal base that could be used to punch multiple holes in the cap of a cigar until the desired draw is reached.
To that end, the company released The Select Draw Original late last year, which is made up of a base composed of 770 aircraft grade aluminum, while the three spikes are made of steel. Weighing three ounces and measuring 3 1/2 inches x 1 3/4 inches, The Original features a polished sliver finish and carries a retail price of $33.99 each. Four months later, Select Draw added another option to its lineup named The Obsidian. While the physical specifications are identical to The Original in every way, the newest version features a glossy black finish and is priced at $33.97 each. In addition, each Select Draw comes packaged in a velvet bag that is opened and closed via draw strings.