Precise twin-blade power is just part of what makes this two-finger, two-tone gold and titanium cigar cutter a terrific value. The circular finger hole design and all-metal housing assure hundreds of cleaner, steadier cuts up to a 54 ring at a price that defies its pricey good looks.
Got one on auction for a decent price. It is of substantial construction, with rivets connecting the blade housings. It cuts cleanly. It conforms well to the hand. It may be a bit on the bulky side, but I'm retired and about all I wear are jeans anyway and it disappears neatly into a front pocket.
after ripping several good cigars up I threw it away
I bought one of these last fall expecting it to last. During my travels the screws became loose and one fell out. Now I have $20 paperweight that won't cut a thing. Next time I will just spend $4 or $5 on a plastic one-they seem to be just as sharp and at least last for a while