From time to time I will be giving a review of different products. This is my personal opinion based on my experience.
I am going to start with the Fiskars Rotary Cutter. This was one of my very first cutters. It is an investment because it does not come cheap but I bought mine at Michael’s with a 40% coupon. Although I do not use it on a regular basis for my scrapbooking I do not want to give it up. This cutter works great for chipboard, felt, and multiple papers. I use it for girl scouts projects, to cut chipboard strips and squares, and for large projects when a lot of cutting is required. It gives a clean cut but you need to be sure to line up the paper with the measurements and not flush with the top or bottom. You can purchase a variety of decorative blades which are easy to switch and can be stored in compartments built into the cutter. I have had problems with the blade compartments staying closed (maybe because I store it upright under my desk) therefore I am unable to use these compartments to hold extra blades. The cutter is large (but not heavy) and takes up a lot of space if you plan to use it day to day. It has a rotary blade which has proven to be long-lasting. There is a cutting mat that will also need to be replaced over time but can be rotated four different ways so this also is long-lasting.