The Big Easy Tobacco Co., Quad Table Cigar Cutter
Quad Table Cigar Cutter, Straight Cut With Two Straight Guillotine Cutters, Brushed Finish, An Impressive Addition To Any Cigar Accessory Collection, For 52 And 60 Ring Gauge Cigars
- Designed in an elegant style that gives it a brushed finish
- Features 52 and 60 ring gauge cigars that meet varied preferences
- Comes with two straight guillotine cutters that offers a straight cut
- May require gentle handling
Analysis of 84 reviews for The Big Easy Tobacco Co., Quad Table Cigar Cutter
BestViewsReviews analyzed 6,715 reviews for 21 products in the Cigar Cutters category.
We analyzed a total of 84 reviews for this product out of which, 57 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 94% reviews were positive while around 6% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for The Big Easy Tobacco Co., Quad Table Cigar Cutter
This product received a total score of 8.50 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
February 2021, is the date I wrote this in May of last year, and it's the same month that this cutter has been cutting at least a couple of cigars a day, sometimes a dozen or more when friends come over, and it has been outside at least 50% of the time.
It has been in use for 2.5 years now and it is as sharp as it has ever been, cutting at least a couple of cigars a day and sometimes a dozen or more when friends come over.
The product is very sturdy, and easy to use, even if you don't make a quick motion.
It works well, I gave it to a friend for Christmas, it was easy to use, and it was empty and sturdy.
It was my dad's birthday present and he loved it, it's heavy and strong and you can make many cool cigar cuts with it.
Question & Answers
Is it possible to cut 70 ring gauge cigars?
I cut 66 and 70 ring gauge cigars with it, and they don't need to be held in tight.
I bought this cutter a while ago and it doesn't have the two rubber circles that are in the bottom. Where can I get them?
You can get the American cutter from the manufacturer if you purchase it.
I just bought this cutter and wanted to know what cigars were supposed to be used on both sides, the holes that have slits in them.
The standard straight cut makes it less likely that the cigar wrapper will fall apart after you cut it.
Is the cutter made of aluminum or steel?
I believe it's a combination of alloys fused together, but the cutting mechanism seems to be stainless steel.
Is there replacement blades available for this cutter?
Yes. There are replacement blades available for $56 after 5 years of use, that's the cost of one high-end cigar.