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Cigar Cutter unique modern blade steel

Genuine Materials

Billet Machining

American made

True top quality manufacturing. No casting. No stamping. No compromise.

 

In a market of "high end products" flooded with items made with outdated and sub-par manufacturing techniques, we have decided to bring something worth the price tag for the people who pay it. With robust designs made by real engineers, top quality billet manufacturing, and proper post processing using modern techniques such as cryogenic tempering, our products are made to be something that will serve its owners for generations.

Every product we make has a lifetime warranty - no questions asked.

the difference

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Real Materials

From solid 6al-4v titanium billets to true third generation blade steels, all of our materials are the highest quality available.

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Billet Machining

A billet machined part is a part machined from a solid block of metal rather than casting. This results in a more uniform grain structure in the metal, making the parts much stronger than their cast counterparts.

Designed for Hard Use

All of our designs are built with abuse in mind. Want to cut a tree limb with your cigar cutter? Thought of that, tried it, you're good to go and still under warranty.

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Modern Manufacturing

State of the art machinery and manufacturing techniques allow us to hold tolerance as small as 0.0005'' even across different lots of parts.

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Unique, Timeless Mechanisms

Our products are designed with longevity in mind, which is why we do not use traditional mechanisms like springs. Springs are susceptible to creep, fatigue, and corrosion. The magnetic mechanisms in our products have a lifespan of more than 300 years.

Style in Simplicity

Using dynamic lines, contemporary design elements, and choosing geometry based on flow instead of ease of manufacturing allows us to produce truly timeless designs.

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