The Highland Guillotine is constructed of all stainless steel, and is one of the finer guillotine-style cutters on the market. The Highland has two sliding stainless steel blades that are self-sharpening.
“Great little cutter, it is as advertised. Cuts quickly, very smooth operation, looks great!!!!!
Only issue I am having is that the little screws keep coming undone and it makes the cutter a little harder to use. My buddy and I ordered together and his is not doing this, so I have no reason to believe it is an ongoing problem, just an isolated incident.”
TW of APO, AE
“I've had 3 of these things and the screws fell out of all of them. I tried supergluing the threads, but it just made a mess. I would not recommend this cutter. I hate to say it, but after every $25-$50 cutter I throw in the trash, I always dig my trusty $5 guillotine cutter out of my desk and put it back into service. I guess I'm a slow learner, but I'm sticking with the cheapo.”
JS of BLANCHARD, OK
“Amazing quality. Opens and closes like silk.”
DB of Weatherford, OK
“Not only does this cutter perform worlds ahead of my old cutter, but it looks beautiful.”
TD of Fort Worth, TX
“Solid cutter, definetley worth the price. Classy and makes a cleam cut everytime. It smudges easily but thats my only complaint”
“This is a nice looking cutter. It does provide a good cut. However, After I used it to cut about 8 or 10 cigars it literally fell apart. Upon inspection one of the screws had come out of the body of the cutter. I was able to take one out of one of the handle ends and place it in the body. I have to keep checking the screws so that it doesn't happen again. I have seen other reviews that had the same problem. You can over tighten the screws to the point the cutter won't work, which makes it frustating. I would recomment this cutter with a note of caution.”