Is your cigar cutter starting to become dull? Cure your boredom with this low-cost cigar cutter from Orleans. Smooth twin-blade guillotine action gives you hundreds of shred-free cuts, and the durable stainless steel housing assures long life. At this price you can afford to buy a backup, too.
Cuts great had it for 2 weeks . Yes the screws do come loose but its not like you can't tighten them back up and my friend has the same cutter and his dosent have the same problem with the same cutter . I find that if you tighten them all down there's no problem with this product. Sometimes you get a lazy person who's putting them together at the factory just dosn't put it together as well as another dosen't mean condem the product as a piece of crap and like everything you buy you got to take care of if . The open and closing of these cutters is really the only flaw if I could say so . After a period of time you might want to dab a little of olive oil in the slides so they move freely and that's it . My thoughts nice cutters and cuts clean every time if well maintained or go buy something more expensive and get the same job done with more money out of your pocket and sleep better ( ps. I would buy again ) .0 0
Fell apart within 5 cuts, thought it was an okay cutter at first felt cheap but ok but I placed it in a bag with cigar stuff to open and find it in 3 pieces...the cheaper black plastic ones are worth much more than this0 0
I initially gave this cutter a great review on the two-tone model. About two days later, it fell apart. Two screws just disappeared, rendering it totally useless. And try to find those miniscule screws in your pocket, and, if you do, you'd better have microscopic vision and a good set of jewelers screwdrivers ready at hand. Save your money.0 0
Why all the bad reviews on this cutter? I smoke coronas exclusively and have'nt had a problem yet! What are these other guys doing-cutting down tree limbs?0 0