Olfa X Design Scraper
Length: 200mm/ Short
Re-developed based on the BSR scraper, the OLFA® XSR-200 benefits from X-DESIGN™ excellence. This means that it has a very comfortable, anti-slip grip, allowing you to use maximum pressure to scrape. The elastomeric grip takes a lot of the pressure off your hand, resulting in greatly reduced strain over long periods of use. The body is also re-inforced with fibreglass, for ultimate durability and resistance to everyday materials and solvents.
The XSR-200 has several unique features:
Firstly, you can change the blade without the need for any screwdriver or other tools. Simply unlock the wheel on the front by turning it anti-clockwise with your thumb, and then hold button on the back to release the spring while you replace the blade. Once you have changed the blade, tighten the wheel again. This double blade lock (wheel + spring) means that the blade is held securely and tightly in place while scraping at all times. No loose blades, no scraped rubbish clogging up the blade channel, no frustration.
Secondly, the scraper has a hammerable end, making it suitable for removal of even the most stubborn substrates including floor tiles, adhesive, wall tiles, coatings, carpets, linoleum and practically any other hard to remove surface.
When the scraper is not in use it has an easy clip-on blade cover to protect your fingers when hunting through your tool kit.
This tool will last.
The scraper comes equipped with a heavy duty 0.8mm thick blade making tough work easier!
UK Mainland (excluding Scottish Highlands) - Order before 1:30pm for next working day delivery*
Northern Ireland- Parcel will arrive within 2-5 working days
Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands – Parcel will arrive within 1-3 working days
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Returns- All goods will be refunded if they are returned to us unused, in their original condition and with their original packaging, within 7 working days of receiving your delivery. Customers must make their own arrangements for returning goods at their own cost.