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This Cutting Tool Makes It Less Dangerous Using a Cutter by Self-Breaking

 - Aug 31, 2015
References: yankodesign
One company provides a cutting tool that is safer than traditional ones. Using a box cutter can be nerveracking, especially for someone young or inexperienced.

The 'Safety Cutter' is a tool that makes the cutting experience better and safer, especially for inexperienced users. Designed by Lee Kai Yin, Lai Zhiwei & Wang Ji, the three designers saw the hazards of using the knife, as well as the fear that can be associated with it.

A very common experience with a thin box cutter is that the blade can bend and break. Instead, in the event that this this cutting tool breaks, it will use a predetermined notch. The blade is held in place at the notch and when it breaks, it reduces the danger factor, not to mention reducing the cost of replacement cutters.