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Colibri V Cut

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I’m a pretty simple cigar smoker when it comes to accessories. I use my S. T. Dupont lighters and Xikar cutters because I consider them the best on the market. I’ve picked up a new cutter several months ago that has me reconsidering my cutter choice. I saw where Colibri had introduced a new line of cutters with both a guillotine and a v-cut. I’m a fan of the v-cut so I was excited to see another big cigar accessory company introduce one. The Colibri is a very beefy cutter with a spring loaded action. The blade is an inverted V where the blade cuts wide to narrow instead of like most v cutters where the blade has a point that widens as it cuts. I much prefer the inverted V for cutting as it doesn’t have the point that sometimes can crush the cap of the cigar if it’s not perfectly sharp. The blades are very sharp, even after cutting hundreds of cigars. The cutter can cut up to a 60 ring gauge cigar and cuts 7 mm deep.

Overall, I love this cutter. The cutter cuts very deep giving me plenty of surface to pull smoke from yet leaving the end of the cigar nice and clean. The operation is really smooth and blades are very sharp. I highly recommend this cutter.


  1. Have one too, and have come to like it, use it a lot, had to get used tho the feel of the cigar in my mouth at first, but the draw is great and the cutter performers well.

  2. Bought the same one almost a year ago and it quickly became my favorite cutter.

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