In this digital age of e-everything, we’re partial to real letters, especially if they’re handwritten. And for opening this rare form of mail, we like a good letter opener, something solid and tangible, like this witty take made from old correspondence (or recycled paper at least). The utilitarian-chic, eco-friendly tool has a serrated edge that can handle all your envelope-slicing needs.
How it Works
This 5-oz. letter opener measures 9.25 in. long, 1 in. wide, and 5/8 in. high. The black blade is constructed from 100% post consumer recycled paper and a clear, water-based resin made from cashew nut shells. The handle is solid, locally grown poplar and has a polished steel screw.
How to Use
Slip into the envelope edge and slit away. When you’re finished, the blade swivels in like a folding knife.
Blade: fusion of 100% post consumer recycled paper and a clear, 100% water-based resin made using cashew nut shells
Handle: solid, locally grown poplar, with a polished steel center screw