Introducing the brilliant SNAP Machine, a robust automatic die-cutting and embossing machine in miniature size!
Brought to you from Craftwell, the SNAP offers the same excellent die-cutting and embossing abilities as any standard-size manual or automatic machine, but it comes in a compact and portable design so you can use it anywhere you like, including where space is limited.
As it is fully automatic, it is really easy to use. Its inner rollers are made from durable hardened steel to ensure you get excellent results and a product that lasts.
Use it to cut or emboss card, vellum, paper, and other thin materials up to 300gsm / 111lb. (The SNAP is not suitable for cutting fabric.)
It comes with the cutting plates as standard, as well as faceplates (fascias), spare plates, a rubber sheet and a magnetic sheet.
Along with the machine, you’ll receive interchangeable fascias (in different color options). Change these SNAP Fascias to match your crafting mood!
You’ll also receive a chargeable lithium battery. The SNAP Machine Lithium Battery will charge when it is in the SNAP Machine and when it is plugged in and the power button is off.
The light on the top of the machine will flash when the battery is charging.
It will last in ‘normal usage’ for approximately 2 hours (full charge approx. 2.5 hours).
The chargeable battery means the SNAP is cordless and portable, enabling you to use it both in and out of the home!
The battery provides approximately 400 charges, an average of 2-3 years of use.
Please note: The SNAP Machine comes with a 1-year warranty.
1 SNAP Machine
- Faceplates (Teal)
- Spare Plates
- 2 x A Plates,
- B Plate
- 1 Rubber Sheet
- 1 Magnetic Sheet
- SNAP Lithium Battery
- SNAP Front and Back Fascias – Magenta Color
SNAP Replacement Plates are available to purchase on shop.craftwellusa.com
5 thoughts on “SNAP Machine (Discontinued)”
HELP! I did email you before but got no response. The blue light on my SNAP machine is lit but whether I am trying to use it off the battery or mains it will not work. There is no sound emitting to show the motor is working and if I try to introduce the plates (correctly) it clicks and still nothing happens.
I have been crafting for many years and bought the SNAP as an upgrade for my Cuttlebug and because it was more compact than my eBosser plus it can run off the battery.
I have been using the machine happily and successfully for a year since I bought it from Createandcraft.tv and highly recommending it but 2 days after the warranty ran out it it stopped. Createandcraft’s only comment was ‘a technician’ could help but I am not even sure what they meant by that and they did not response to my query about what they meant!
Please, please can you give me clue what to do as I am having die cutting withdrawal symptoms
Hi Ruth, we know this is a really late response but wanted to see if you were able to get in touch with our Customer Support about this issue. Their email address just in case is email@example.com.
I am trying for a year to find the replacement plates for the SNAP machine!!!! Could you tell me where to get them, please.
Hi Pamela! Hope our Customer Support got back to you about this questions, but if they didn’t you can purchase them on shop.craftwellusa.com.
Yes a really late reply
No I did not get any help from any Craftwell department
In the end I managed to source a pre-used SNAP without plates from eBay. I used my own plates and bought replacements from Scrappycats as Create and Craft have not sold plates for a long time leaving many SNAP owners disappointed and unable to die cut.
My eBosser kept jamming ( presumably a common problem which is why you stopped selling them and changed models to the Cut n’Boss ) but it still works after my husband took it apart twice, mind you the plates got a little battered in the process
That is 2 out of the 3 Craftwell machines I have bought which have had problems. I take care of my craft equipment so I assure you it is not operator error.i am disappointed with your company and would have to think seriously about recommending any of your machines.
I hope to hear from you, perhaps sooner than the 4 months it has taken this time
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