Swingline® Classicut® Pro Series Trimmer, 12"
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Swingline® Classicut® Pro Series Trimmer, 12"

Item # 330379 OfficeMax # 20705694
Self-sharpening blade ensures crisp cuts
  • Wood composite base and non-slip rubber feet
  • Cast metal handle.
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Self-sharpening blade ensures crisp cuts
  • Wood composite base and non-slip rubber feet 
  • Cast metal handle. 
  • Inch and metric grid and ruler 
  • Safety rail and handle lock. 
  • Cuts up to 15 sheets of paper. 

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Item # 330379 
Manufacturer # 9112  
sheet capacity 15 sheets
blade size 12"
self-sharpening blade yes
adjustable paper guide no
blade/handle lock yes
metric measurements yes
material Wood
warranty length 10-year limited
brand name Swingline
manufacturer ACCO BRANDS
Product Type paper cutter

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Rated 3.9 out of 5�by 25 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5�by Will Not Cut One Piece of Paper Finally purchased a brand new cutter after our very old one wouldn't cut more than a few sheets. This one would not even cut ONE sheet. It would cut about 6" of the sheet and then just bend and rip the rest. Very disappointed that the new one is worse than the old one. Returning this product today. October 29, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5�by Too lightwieght. The board is 1/2" and the entire thing moves easily. I returned this one and bought the X-Acto 12" trimmer with a 3/4" board. The return was easy. You have to call customer service and the automated system will process the return. July 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5�by Good buy Trimmer, 12, nice size, was everything I needed, very satisfied. June 28, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5�by Dull and bent blade after a year or two I work in a small school. Our paper cutter has gone dull, and the blade has bent so it does not cut straight or without shredding at least one sheet of paper. We can only cut three pages at a time--any more and they just bend below the blade. I would NOT recommend this to folks. June 4, 2014
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