The Ultimate in Comfort, Safety, and Control
Slice’s newest craft knife is a perfect combination of comfort, precision, and strength. The Precision Knife is made for industrial use. Workers in fields as diverse as manufacturing, electronics, and medical laboratories enjoy its exceptional tool quality, which enhances their detailed applications. The 10580 Precision Knife’s striking design is as practical as it is novel.
The user’s finger slips comfortably into the ring, which then rests on the knuckle. This design anchors the grip, which is further enhanced by a cross-hatched copper collar. The ring’s angle is adjusted for user comfort—which is good because Slice® safety ceramics last up to 11 times longer than standard metal blades!
The Precision Knife is designed to work like an extension of your finger, which gives you amazing control over your cuts. We paid attention to details so the handle would fit ergonomically; we added a cross-hatched copper grip and lined the ring with soft rubber. At the same time, the Precision Knife uses our safer finger-friendly craft blades so you cut your materials and not your skin. – TJ Scimone, Slice founder and CEO
The 10580 Precision Knife is compatible with Slice craft blades such as our straight-edge, rounded-tip blade (the 10518) and our curved-edge, rounded tip blade (the 10520). In 2018, Slice will release a host of new craft blade options that are compatible with our craft handles to offer greater versatility.
The newest addition to our growing line of precision knives is another fresh design that safety-minded professionals will appreciate. Advanced control over intricate cutting combined with the Slice finger-friendly® safety blade means a safer, more efficient workplace for everyone.
About Slice – Since 2008, Slice, Inc. has been rethinking safe cutting. By leveraging the properties of advanced ceramics, Slice created the world’s first finger-friendly® cutting edge. This remarkable technology allows the user to cut materials effectively but reduces the danger of laceration injuries.