"ZipSnip" sounds a little meek for what WORX's beast of a cutting tool says it can do. The motorized blade with precision handling steps in where you'd normally use scissors or a box blade, but operates like a mini circular saw, "mow[ing] through annoying plastic clamshell packaging like butter," and cutting up cardboard like Lecter.
The ZipSnip slices straight, curved, or contoured lines through cloth, leather, corrugated cardboard, vinyl sheet goods, landscape fabric, and rubber liners. And holiday wrapping paper? Zero chance of fighting back with tears, bunching, shredded edges, or a finger between the blades.
ZipSnip's replaceable disc blades are 1-1/2" in diameter, and self-sharpen during use. The tool has an 4V internal, rechargeable li-ion battery powering its motor at 260 rpm. It can cut materials up to 1/4" thick.
WORX says the ZipSnip's ergonomic grip and built-in cutting guide ensure precise cuts without taxing the user.