Question about Slice Ceramic Safety Cutter
If I am reading this correctly, your answer may be that the cutter is designed that way for safety. "Auto-retracting". You find it in some utility knives that often store employees are required to carry so they won't "hurt themselves". Annoying, really. Try buying another cutter that is not an "auto retract"-- or get used to using your thumb for the purpose of holding the slide so the blade stays exposed.
Posted on Jul 06, 2014
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