Surprisingly light. Convincingly good. With rounded-tip trapezoid blade.;
The SECUNORM 300 is the SECUNORM 500’s “little brother” and a further development of the SECUNORM PROFI LIGHT.
It retains a pleasant lightness as well as the proven automatic blade retraction.
You’ll discover much more in the optimised SECUNORM 300 all-rounder.
For example, the especially ergonomic design, an increased cutting depth, the new soft grip, and extremely user-friendly blade changing.
The excellent ergonomics can be felt all over the SECUNORM 300, for example in the newly shaped handle which fits comfortably into the hand. Or in details such as the nicely rounded knife end or the non-slip soft grip on the slider.
Like its predecessor, the SECUNORM 300 also impresses with its lightness. For just 52 grams you get a comfortable and versatile professional cutting tool.
The SECUNORM 300 is made of a glass fibre reinforced plastic, making it particularly abrasion-resistant. Your safety knife therefore stays in top form even when in heavy contact with the cutting material.
INCREASED CUTTING DEPTH
The increased cutting depth further expands the range of applications. Even frequent cutting is easy – another benefit of the new design with its outstanding ergonomics.
OPTIMAL BLADE CHANGING
Just pressing the blade change button allows you to remove the plastic insert with the blade. The click-in blade cover and integrated magnet make blade changing even easier and safer.
The SECUNORM 300 is fitted with MARTOR Trapezoid Blade #65232. This blade features a rounded blade tip .
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