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Dahle 508 Personal Rolling Trimmer, Grade: 12 to 12, 2.25'' Height, 8.25'' Width, 22.875'' Length

Quick Overview

  • 18" Cut Length

  • 7 sheet Capacity

  • Self sharpening blade cuts in both directions

  • Sturdy metal base with preprinted guides

  • Dimensions: 22 3/4" x 8 1/4"

Availability: In stock


2-3 Weeks


Rolling Trimmers are the new generation of paper cutters.

Designed for safety and accuracy, the cutting blades are encased in a plastic housing that virtually eliminates the chance of personal injury. The rotary action of these trimmers allow the blade to cut in either direction and sharpen itself as it cuts. It’s this self sharpening action that produces clean burr-free cut and guarantees many years of smooth precise cutting.

Dahle’s Personal Trimmers are lightweight and portable so they can be conveniently taken anywhere. These trimmers are equipped with a ground self-sharpening blade that cuts in either direction and an automatic paper clamp to hold your work securely in place. With a cutting capacity of up to 7 sheets of paper at a time, this trimmer is perfect for cutting paper, card stock, and photo paper. The Model 508 Features:
• 18" Cut Length
• Ground steel blade is encased in protective housing for safety
• Cuts up to 7 sheets of paper at a time (straight)
• Self-sharpening blade cuts in both directions
• Automatic clamp holds work securely
• Sturdy metal base with pre-printed guides
• Imprinted protractor for angled cuts
• German engineered for precision and accuracy
• Dimensions are 22 3/4" x 8 1/4" and weighs only 5 pounds
• Great for photographers, craft enthusiasts and office professionals.

Additional Information

Delivery Days 2-3 Weeks

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