The box cutter or utility cutter has been around for decades, and has become an indispensible tool both at work and at home.

Now Westcott has shaken up the utility cutter market with two ceramic blade models designed for safety, convenience and performance.

There’s a full-size retractable ceramic utility cutter capable of cutting the largest of boxes, and a compact retractable ceramic box opener that can easily be carried in the pocket or on a keychain.

In both cases the ceramic blade lasts longer than a typical steel blade, and the cutters are designed for safe and easy blade replacement.

The compact retractable box opener even features an internal magnet so it can be mounted on a refrigerator or other metal surfaces.

Pilot Pen Australia is the exclusive distributor of the Westcott brand in Australia.

Pilot Pen Australia
1300 325 866


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