Box Cutter Blades (Pointed Tip)
Slice® Box Cutter Blades (Pointed Tip) are compatible with several tools, including Slice box cutters, pen cutters, mini cutters, and the EDC Folding Knife. Designed to cut everything but you, these blades boast a finger-friendly® edge that never rusts.
The pointed tip is ideal for tougher materials – use a piercing action to initiate the cut in the center of a flexible material like plastic sheeting. These blades require no special maintenance, and they retain sharpness for much longer than traditional metal, meaning fewer blade changes and potential injuries.
From opening cardboard boxes to slicing tarps and flexible plastic sheeting, Slice makes people and places safer. Learn more below.
- Pointed tip easily penetrates cutting materials
- 100% zirconium oxide blade that never rusts
- Blade lasts on average 11.2x longer than metal blades
Material: zirconium oxide
Dimensions: LWeight: 0.012 kg x W x H
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What Are Box Cutter Blades (Pointed Tip) Used For?
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?
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.