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  • Xyron Personal Cutting System

    Anyone got one of these? Just seen one advertised for £58 supposedly saving £91, which is one heck of a discount. I've been thinking of getting a Cricut or Craft Robo, and just wondered about this as it's such a good price. Would love your opinions please.

    Thanks
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    We have the cricut and use it quite a lot but you are limited to what templates you have there are times we wish we had spent a bit more and got the craft robo. It would have made it easier to cut out the jewellery boxes to custom sizes instead of cutting them each by hand

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      Hi I have the craft robo, and you can cut anything shapes wise in it, you can get files or design your own.
      That is a good price for the xyron but you can only use their cartriges which can be pricy.
      The cricut is also a very good machine, again it uses certridges and their is a wider choice than the xyron.
      It is a personal choise but if you have the money I would go for an electric cuttter.
      If you need to know anything else about robo I can help a bit but I expect others would know more.
      Nita

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        Thanks guys

        I was reading some reviews yesterday I found on the net, and on the whole they weren't very positive for the Xyron, so despite the price I think I'll pass, after all it's still nearly £60 and if it's not that good then that's too much money to waste.

        I think I'm swaying towards the Craft Robo, i just think after the initial expense you've got a lot more freedom in what you can cut out, whereas with the Cricut you have to buy the cartridges, which are quite pricey and that will always limit you. Hmmm,not an easy decision though.

        Keep saving my pennies for now

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