Receiving packages is fun, but dealing with the leftover packaging and boxes can be pretty annoying if you're a big Thrifter like me. With something like Tacklife's Heavy-Duty Pocket Box Cutter, you can take care of opening and breaking down boxes more easily, and today you can grab one for just $5.92 when you enter promo code 3JYHYCJJ during checkout. That'll save you $5 off what it regularly sells for there, along with a lot of hassle. It's great for DIY projects, too.
This pocket-sized knife is suitable for cutting boxes, rope, carpet, plastic, aluminum, leather, and more. Its housed in a lightweight aluminum body featuring a stainless steel belt clip and an anti-slip rubber handle. With its lock-back design, you can ensure the blade won't slip while in use. Five extra double-sided blades come with the knife, which is capable of switching between them easily without any additional tools. It also comes with a two-year warranty.
So far, 85 customers have left a review at Amazon, garnering this box cutter a rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars.
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