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SKU #10408

Kartonmesser-Klingen (spitz)

Die Slice® 10408 Kartonmesser-Klingen sind spitz und ideal für Schnitte, die ein Durchstechen erfordern. Wie alle unsere Slice Keramik-Sicherheitsklingen sind unsere Kartonmesser-Klingen funkenfrei, unmagnetisch, chemisch neutral und hitzestabil bis 1600°C. Sie benötigen keine spezielle Ölbeschichtung und rosten nicht. Sie können mit Slice Kartonmessern, Stift-Cuttern und dem Mini-Cutter verwendet werden.

  • Klingentyp: spitz, austauschbar
  • 4 doppelseitige Klingen pro Packung
  • Passende Werkzeuge: 10400, 10474, 10475, 10476, 10495, 10503, 10512, 10513, 10514, 10515
  • Sicherheitsklinge, die 11x länger scharf bleibt
  • Minimiertes Verletzungsrisiko, geringere Kosten
  • Hitzestabil bis 1600°C
  • Chemisch neutral, rostet nicht
  • Funkenfrei, nicht leitend, unmagnetisch
  • Werkzeugloser Klingentausch
  • Weniger Klingenwechsel = weniger Verletzungen
  • Art.-Nr. 10408


Cutting Depth:

Material: zirconium oxide

Dimensions: L 1,31 in x W0,25 in x H0,05 in

Weight: 0.012 kg

Sell Sheet


  • Box Cutter Blade Replacement
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  • How To Cut Mylar Stencils
  • How To Cut Painter’s Tape Using Slice Tools
  • How To Cut Window Screen Using Slice Tools
  • The 10495 EDC Folding Knife: Blade Replacement
  • Mini Cutter Blade Replacement
  • Pen Cutter Blade Replacement

FAQ - Häufige Fragen

What Are Box Cutter Blades (Pointed Tip) Used For?

Slice® box cutter blades (pointed tip) differ from our rounded tip blades in the way they initiate the cut. Rounded safety tips work well for most cuts but with some materials, the user needs the piercing action of a pointed tip to initiate a clean cut. For example, both shrink wrap and plastic banding benefit from the perforating action of a pointed tip.

Although we call these box cutter replacement blades, they actually work in several Slice tools, including both of our box cutters, both of our pen cutters, and our mini cutters.

Is it Easy to Replace Slice Box Cutter Blades?

As with all Slice ceramic blades, replacement is simple. The procedure varies depending on the tool, but nearly all Slice blade replacements are tool free. We strive to make things as easy as possible for our customers.

When you search how to change a box cutter blade, you’ll find many dangerous options for traditional ceramic or steel blades, including sharp, jagged snap-off blades and multi-step procedures that require extra tools. Slice’s finger-friendly® edge and easy-to-handle blades make replacement a quick and simple job.

With Slice safety blades, blade disposal is easy too. None of our rounded-tip blades require sharps disposal boxes for disposal. Pointed-tip blades might require sharps disposal, depending on your workplace or personal preferences. All our blades are recyclable, as well. If facilities don’t exist near you, ship your blades to Slice and we’ll recycle them for you.

How Often Do I Need to Replace My Box Cutter Blade?

When it comes to Slice blades, replacement is as infrequent as it is easy. Independent third-party testing has proven that Slice blades last, on average, 11.2 times longer than steel blades. That means you’ll be changing your blades much less often, significantly reducing your chances of injury.