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While we appreciate new and returning customers, please understand that due to the pandemic and all of its issues, our first commitment is to those loyal customers that have supported us through the years. We are presently only able to fill orders placed from people who are using us as their primary distributor. We appreciate your patience and support during these trying times.
Mpst cutters suffer from the same problem?. Single use! The blade isn't replaceable! Once it's blunt, it's thrown away and you buy a new one. This can be a significant yearly investment. Disposable cutters always seemed so wasteful, and I'm always looking for a better way to do things. So, Matt Falloon is introducing a brand new product for the balloon entertainer market! He has collaborated with working balloon artists, to create the last belt cutter you'll ever need to buy!
The Belt Bayonet uses a standard paint scraper blade as a cutting edge, these blades sell in major hardware chains for as little as 40 cents each! It is made from durable ABS plastic (the same material as LEGO), has a childproof latch and is available in a wide variety of colors.
The blade enclosure is cleverly designed to expose only enough of the blade as is necessary, the possibility of little fingers venturing to the sharp edge is next to none! When the blade is blunt, before replacing it, you can reverse it in the housing exposing a brand new cutting edge! that's right, two uses per blade!
The cutting movement has also been improved significantly over traditional belt cutters. Rather than yanking the balloon down onto an upwards blade, the cutter's aperture opens outwards, meaning that you now pull the balloon towards yourself to cut. This reduces wear and tear on your belt or costume, and also makes an accidental cut to the shirt (or seat-belt!) far less likely.
Latex Balloon Warning: Choking Hazard. Children under 8 years can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision required. Keep uninflated balloons from children. Discard broken balloons at once.