3 Pc. Circle Punch Set
Nice set of punches for the money
These punches were a little stiff at first but have loosened up. Each size is a compliment to the next if you are layering them. They are definitely a nice set of punches for the money and I would recommend them!
November 5, 2010
worst purchase ever
I should have listened to the reviews when they said the middle punch did not work. Had to go out and buy another one for my project.
October 15, 2014
I was very disappointed with the quality of the punches here, they were very hard to use and made my hands very sore. It was hard to tell WHERE on the paper you were punching and then sometimes they didn't want to cut through the paper. DO NOT use more than 1 piece of paper - 2 at the max. They will be thrown away when the project I purchased them for is done.
April 23, 2014
3 piece circle punch
I purchased the set of 3 circle punches for a project for my friends from church. The middle punch sticks when using and they are fairly difficult to use. I am considering returning the middle punch for a replacement. Other than that, the set worked well for my projects and I was glad that I had them. I did think the set was to pricey as they are not made for those with weak wrists.
December 1, 2012
I use these circle punches for scrapbooking and making cards. They are really stiff and difficult to work with...hopefully they will loosen up soon. You really have to push hard to get them to punch through.
February 25, 2011
I don't like them
These punches are terrible. You have to push with every muscle you have. Then sometimes they still don't want to cut.
The one inch is the only one that works good. My two inch punch recently got stuck and I couldn't fix it.
These punches are very difficult to use. I wouldn't recommend them to anyone.
October 21, 2010
You have to use a llittle muscle in order to use these punches, especially when you use them upside down the way I do (in order to see what I'm punching). They're a little bit of work, but they make good cuts.
September 16, 2010
I'm finding these to be very difficult to work.
You have to line up the image upside down, carefully tip it over on a table, press with all your might and hope that the image doesn't shift.
They appear to be very sturdy though.
April 7, 2010