We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-Dile II Big Bite Punch, Aqua

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We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-Dile II Big Bite Punch, Aqua

We R Memory Keepers Crop-a-Dile II Big Bite Punch, Aqua

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If you purchase this product, I'd suggest practicing on scrap paper first until you get the hang of it. I'm enjoying this new Crop-a-dile 2 Big Bite now that I've had some time to get used to the new format. In the video you can see the difference in the reach between the regular Crop A Dile and the Big Bite. This tool saves me about 5 minutes because I can punch a small enough hole through all the layers at once rather than doing it with an awl.

I also found, like the original Crop-a-dile, this product does have a bit of a learning curve to it. Rotating setting blocks and action Setter help you do what you want to do without fumbling around for loose pieces.And occasionally I use it for adding eyelets to cards, mostly masculine cards, which I think are difficult to embellish, lol. When punching with the original, if you wanted a constant depth of holes from the edge, you needed to set a metal sliding piece and screw it into place. I'm glad I got the Big Bite for the times I need it, but there's no doubt that the regular Crop-a-Dile is the one I use 95% of the time, so unless you anticipate needing the extra reach, I'd definitely go for that.

How quiet are these (vs my little hammer and punch for making holes--which I can't use after they go to bed it is so loud)? I think it would be a worthwhile investment, especially if you can get it with a good coupon and/or sale. And so, while the Big Bite won't be replacing my original Crop-a-dile, the new Big Bite along with its brother, will have a permanent place on my shelf.

I watched a YouTube where the demo showed how you could see where you were punching with the Big Bite by turning it over (meaning holding that big thing upside down in your hand) and that did concern me. The economic sanctions and trade restrictions that apply to your use of the Services are subject to change, so members should check sanctions resources regularly. The demo videos for the Big Bite that I watched say you can see where the hole is going if you hold the thing in your hand and turn it upside down. I'd get the big bite (I've got the original and use it fairly often) if you plan to use it just at home- they're pretty hefty to carry around. Although the big bite can set eyelets into any previously punched hole, the hole punch section of the Big Bite will not go as shallow as the Original Crop_A-Dile.

neighter one of them make any noise - the big different between the two is how far into the page it will work.I also find it great for punching holes in ribbon for putting a brad through - with ribbon like grosgrain or twill it's easier than trying to make a good hole with a knife blade.

It was due to the extended flaps for the backpack bottom (for closing) that I could have used the Big Bite to make it easier (due to the longer reach).Plus you push down rather than squeezing like the regular Crop-a-dile; I have big hands, but don't like the wide reach required to use it. This new design requires you to really try to see from the side edge exactly where the punch will hit the paper.

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