The Revolutionary SuperKut Insulation Knife Increases Productivity And Reduces Hand Fatigue
Created by a veteran insulation installer, the new SuperKut Insulation Knife by VinTool Inc. makes cutting insulation faster and easier with less strain. Specifically designed for insulation, this contractor-grade cutting tool compresses the material so a special blade can make superior cuts in one stroke. Producing less fatigue on wrists and hands and reducing the amount of material waste, this product is an important tool for anyone working with insulation.
The patented SuperKut consistently makes perfect cuts up to seven times faster than ordinary knives. While standard utility knives can be slow, cumbersome and often painful, its four-inch scraper blade makes cutting easier and more efficient. The blade is held in an angled metal sleeve that can be conveniently used to tuck insulation into tight corners. It produces less waste than other cutting tools. And its ergonomic design results in less strain and fewer injuries for the user.
“I’ve been installing insulation for 23 years and I had it with regular utility knives,” said Vincent Schultz, President of Vintool Inc. “Jobs were too slow, my hands were a wreck at the end of the day and I could never get the type of cut I wanted, even with the sharpest razor blades! I knew the problems. I just needed the solution. So I designed the SuperKut. Now I have other installers telling me how great it is.”
While the SuperKut was designed for cutting insulation, it also works well on foam board, ceiling tile, rockwool, carpeting, vinyl flooring and sod. It is an important tool for contractors, do-it-yourselfers and homeowners.
Each SuperKut Insulation Knife comes with four blades and a screwdriver, molded into the handle, to easily change the blades. It has a 30 day, money-back guarantee.
The SuperKut carries a MSRP of $24.95 and is available at WizardDistribution.com and ContractorShow.com. Product information is also available at VinTool.com. Contact Vincent Schultz by email at [email protected], or call 320-980-4934 for more information.