Saturday, January 21, 2012

The Slice GIVEAWAY & Review





Time for another new giveaway! I also wanted to let everyone know as a little sneak peak I am working on another Cash giveaway similar to both the $500 Giveaways posted on my blog this month.



Today I will be hosting a giveaway is from a company called The Slice,Which is a safelty cutter.The Slice Safety Cutter is the most versatile tool you'll ever own. Features a finger-friendly microscopic ceramic blade that's quick, easy and a safe substitute for scissors. Perfect for scrap-booking, clipping recipes, coupons and news articles, removing shrink-wrap, opening CDs, DVDs, and plastic packaging, and more. Includes a built-in magnet and key-ring hole. I enjoy using the Slice for coupons,trimming photos while scrapbooking & it was perfect to use while wrapping Christmas presents. When my three year old daughter asked to help wrap gifts I felt safe asking her to hand me bows,wrapping paper,ribbon & the Slice because I knew it wouldn't hurt her the Slice can cut through paper,tape,ect but it will not cut skin I even tested it on my own hand to make sure. Why is using the Slice better than normal scissors? Ceramic blade lasts longer than steel,Stays sharp and never rusts plus it is for left- and right-handers. I will be using mine for clipper coupons for now on instead of scissors,The Slice is smaller,faster to use & safe to use around my toddler.****This was not a paid post and my honest opinion was used. The opinions are solely my own and may vary from others.Products were Provided by The slice™ Safety Cutter for the Review & Giveaway free of charge****



PRIZE ALERT:
I received a Bonus Slice to give one of you! The slice™ Safety Cutter - Great for couponers

GIVEAWAY HAS NOW ENDED WINNER IS - #37 Lynda Del.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

41 comments:

  1. I would probably use it most for clipping coupons and box tops for my kids school.
    nicolerenae@gmail.com

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  2. I would definately use it on cutting out coupons,,,I would just keep it in my utensil drawer. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

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  3. I would let my daughter use it for her craft projects and I will use it for coupons. I would keep it on my desk.

    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  4. I often get parcels in the mail packed in really tough plastic bags. This gadget will save me trying to tear into them (with my teeth)- someone has always stolen my scissors!
    I might have to attach a magnet to it and stick on the fridge so I always know where it is.
    wendyhatton@yahoo.com.au

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  5. I would love this to help my coupon obsession...it would hang out in my kitchen.

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  6. I would use this to open mail packages such as boxes.

    ajmizen(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  7. I would use it on cutting paper (notes/handouts/exercise).Put it in my pencil box.My teacher gives handouts all the time and we have to paste it in our note/exercise book.

    thebookish96(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. I would use the slice for both couponing and scrapbooking.

    stephy905@hotmail.com

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  9. I would use it to open packages & CD cases.
    I could keep it in my purse to clip coupons @ the store also.

    nineteen19 at blackfoot dot net

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  10. I would keep it in the top right drawer of my desks for card making, couponing, mail, any anything else I find needing to be opened. :P

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  11. I would like to try it for cutting coupons

    40denise (dot) taylor (at) gmail (dot) com

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  12. Well I´m very much into origami and I know this would be great to make squares out of any paper.
    Thanks!

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  13. Oh I would definitely use this for all my coupons!

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  14. i would use this for coupons, box tops and anything else that i could find to use it on ;) and would keep it on top of the fridge in my medicine basket since that's the safest place to keep from my little ones

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  15. I would use it clipping coupons. It would definitely save me time.
    cthompson1477@ gmail dot com

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  16. I would use it for cutting coupons. Using the Slice sounds so much easier than scissors. I also like that it has a magnet on it. I could keep it on the fridge. It would be handy to cut stuff out of mail that needed to be kept too.

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  17. I would use it for coupons, crafts and opening packages.

    misteedawnw at aol.com

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  18. I would use it for clipping coupons & opening cds/dvds

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  19. I would use it obviously for coupons but it looks like it would be good for gift wrapping, scrap booking and I also think my two year old could use it. I have a tub in one of my cabinets that I keep things like this and that's where it would go.!

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  20. Totally for coupons. I hate cutting them out with scissors! I think that hold on there would be great for tying on some ribbon to hang on my bulletin board so I always know where it is!

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  21. I would use it for couponing and would keep in on my desk next to the computer where I get all these great coupons! thanks for the giveaway :)

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  22. I would keep this right near my pellet stove and use it for opening those plastic bags of pellets. Also I can think of a lot of other ways to use this gizmo but that is one way.

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  23. I would use it to help cut and slice in craft making with my son.

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  24. I would use it on coupons and would keep it in my coupon binder

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  25. Coupons for sure! It seems much quicker and easier than scissors.

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  26. I would use it to cut out business cards for the man and for crafting purposes for myself. Also for gift wrapping.

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  27. I would use it for opening parcels!

    Elena
    queen-of-pain at yandex dot com

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  28. I would use it to cut packing tape to open packages

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  29. This sounds so cool! I'd use it for scrapbooking, coupon clipping, and definitely for opening cds...I hate opening cds because its so hard usually. But if this thing makes it easier I'd be very happy to use it. C:

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  30. I would put it in my craft room/office/guest room (we're tight on space, smile). Thanks for the international giveaways (I'm Canadian). I'll definitely be checking back!

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  31. I would use it to clicp my coupons. Thanks for the giveaway!

    aemgeg4 (@) yahoo (dot) com

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  32. I open a lot of boxes at work. I'd use it for that!

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  33. I would put it in my zipper pouch in my coupon binder and take it with me

    angiewith3 a live dot com

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  34. I would use it to clip coupons ! I would keep it in my coupon organizer.

    lsimmons19@ivytech.edu

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  35. I would use it to clip my coupons and keep it handy in my binder.
    lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com

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  36. i would give this to the 90yr old lady I take care of - she cuts out coupons with scissors and she could probably use this to open packages and envelopes as well
    chichijunk at cs dot com

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  37. I would put it in my cutlery drawer and use it to open cheese packages.
    nicolthepickle(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  38. I would use it to clip my coupons!

    missadelinne@yahoo[dot]it

    missadelinne.blogspot.com

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  39. I would use it most for clipping coupons, opening boxes and wraped items.

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