Toolmongers’ll sometimes buy a cheap-ass tool on purpose — because we just need to get the job done once, and the tool quality won’t affect the project — but if we really need the tool to work right and it just doesn’t cut it, that’s not cool. My paint runs any time I paint anything, so the Run Razor looks like a tool I need, but the only review on Amazon says it’s too cheaply made to be worthwhile.
Street pricing is around $6, so even a super-duper version built to the finest German-watchmaker precision couldn’t run more than about $25.
Is the Run Razor a “hot” commodity? Are there any hot alternatives? Let us know in comments.