I CANNOT what for this- the new QuicKutz: The Revolution Love machine will be released in the Fall. It was just showcased at craft show , Summer CHA show in Chicago. This will be sure to set scrapbooking and card making world on its ear…. if they can tear themselves away from Cricut and Silhouettes long enough.
I can practically here all the scrapbookers scrambling to sell their Cuttlebugs on ebay
Now I know why I see the Revolution on sale everywhere. My local scrapbook store are selling theirs for for 75.00 Canadian, regular price is 119.95.
I LOVE my Cuttlebug and not sure I can abandon it so easily.
Video of Quickutz revolution Love Die Cut Machine for Scrapbooking and Card Making
What is all the fuss about the Quickutz Revolution Love Machine?
It is has a 9 inch wide opening, which is fabulous enough. This would make the largest cutting area for dies and ( hopefully) embossing folders on the market now and the Quickutz Cookie Cutter dies are making so much more sense now.
Not too mention some really neat dies that will utilize the HUGE space on the new Revolution.
Quickutz Revolution Love Works with all Dies!
the Quickutz Revolution Love will work with ALL dies! You wil be able to use all your Quickutz, Sizzix, Cuttlebig and Spellbinders dies with this new scrapbook tool. All the features of a Cuttlebug with larger workspace . I will be in heaven!
I am hoping the system will not require all different shaped pads like Cuttlebug has ( and that they don’t warp). The one thing I do like about current Revolution is the magnet system and how easy it is to put in a die. I wonder if it will be as easy to use with other dies and if you will be able to emboss.
No- all of this and there is still more- the Quickutz Revolution is motorized!!!! No cranking. I feel bit woozy.
The price will be at the 159.00 range and most retailer are offering free shipping. It weight just under 5 lbs, which isn’t bad seeing as it has a motor.
The main draw back I see is NOISE. It seems very loud and not great for late night scrapping.
I also wonder if it is acse of too little too late. With Provocraft’s Cricut firmly planted in top spot as most coveted craft and scrapbook tool- Is the Revolution Love too late?
Many on-line scrapbook stores are pre-ordering them for customers. Despite reservation i am tempted.