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1.08.2010

Winter 2010 CHA Sneak: Zutter New Tools

Zutter, creator of the Bind-It-All, will be releasing these new tools at CHA.

Distrezz-It-All: This is a hand-held electronic distressing device. No more sanding and filing by your own elbow grease! Intriguing...


Next up we have the Zutter Kutter. It cuts chipboard, cardboard, foamboard, etc.




What do you think? Let us know?

15 comments:

Scrapamum said...

The cutter sounds fabulous and I'm excited about the distressing device but need to see it in action.

~~Mia~~ said...

Oh I have been waiting oh so patiently for something to do my distressing for me!!!! WOOOT!!!!

Sandy said...

Hmm - I'd want to see more about the distresser, but I WANT the cutter now!

faith b said...

Looks like good products but the cutter is too expensive for me.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

I would like to have BOTH right NOW! I know both are probably out of my price range...but maybe I will win the lotto soon:)

Rebecca Ednie said...

I want, no need reviews on both. I am the type to buy the best tools I can afford and if I can't afford them, I save until I can. The distresser could be crappy and gimicky or awesome! But that cutter looks like a quality, serious tool. I can tell you how often I've wanted to custom cut coasters and this baby looks like she could tackle anything short of planks if wood! Awesome!!

Mary F said...

Both sound like excellent additions to the "family" the distressor for core'dinations paper and the cutter for those of us that like to make our books and cut to the size we need-I always have a very hard time finding local stores that continue to carry the book boards once they've been out awhile. BUT I would like to see a review and the $ before I would commit

mom of fab five said...

really is is that hard to distress something??? I think that looks kinda gimicky--my complaint about distressing is the mess it makes not that it is difficult--but the cutter--OH LA LA--i can see me using that in many applications--infact i have been wanting something like that for awhile and ended up purchasing a mat cutter just for that purpose--looking at the retail price on it might be hard to justify it though--$169.00 seems a bit pricy--guess i will have to wait and see

kgscrapper said...

I don't think I would use the cutter enough to justify the cost. The distressing tool??? It looks like a cutsie version of a mini hand sander...I think I will pass.

Carla said...

too many cutters out there, I will stick with my original. Now as for the distresser, I might do more distressing with something like this. I do use my distressing tools here and there and would use them alot more if it were easier. I would probably add this to my wish list.

Christine Schmidt said...

I would most definitely get alot of use from the distressing tool. Much easier for my carpal tunnel.

I would love the Kutter but the price is way too high for me. Not sure how many consumers would purchase a tool with this $ amount unless they offer some kind of introductory promo. HEY--we're in tough times right now--LOWER the price!!

chriswooten57 said...

pretty cool, but will have to see how much it cost. we do not need anymore expensive gadgets... but i really like the concept.

look forward to checking it out and seeing it in actions and mostly the price.

chriswooten57
mcwooten1999@carolina.rr.com

Janine said...

Both of these products look interesting---the cutter more so than the distresser. If there's one thing this market doesn't need anymore of is an overly priced gimmick device.

lois said...

can't wait to see these new tools, would love to have the distresser and cutter

DonnaSalazar said...

If you want to see the distrezzer in action you can go to my blog to view the video. The MSRP for the Distrezzer is $39.99.

Thanks ~D~