Solingen steel is produced in Solingen, Germany. The town is known as the “City of Blades” because it is world famous for manufacturing excellent blades, knives, scissors razors, surgical instruments and other similar items. The knife producers in Solingen have been around for more than 100 years.
The cutting blade in the new Ideal Kutrimmer 1135 is made of Solingen steel. This highly durable blade may be re-sharpened, allowing you to obtain several years of use out of this paper cutter. Compare that to several paper cutters and trimmers available today that merely offer disposable blades.
The Kutrimmer 1135 arm cutter delivers a safe, yet effective way to cut up to 25 sheets of paper at a time. Kutrimmer cutters are known for their durability and accuracy.
The 1135 model is easy to set up, thanks to a built-in clamp that firmly holds down the stack of paper while trimming. This ensures the most clean cut possible. The model 1135 Kutrimmer also includes a transparent Lexan safety guard, with an integrated cutting line indicator.
(Sources: Wikipedia.org, http://www.worldknives.com/info/knives-of-solingen-germany-43.html)
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