Product Review: Gemini Electronic Die Cutting Machine by Crafter’s Companion

Hey Scrap Bosses! I am back with a product review of the Gemini Electronic Die Cutting Machine by Crafter’s Companion. In short…I LOVE THIS MACHINE! While there are many electronic die cutting machines on the market, I heard so many great things about this machine…I decided to give it a try.

Also, I was looking for an alternative to a standard crank turn die cutting machine; my poor shoulders cannot handle the pressure of trying to turn and crank through dies using a standard machine.

The Gemini comes in two sizes – the machine featured in my review is the large model; there is also a smaller model called the Gemini Junior. I’ve provided links to both products below.

Here’s what I love most about this electronic die cutting machine:

  • The Gemini comes with 6 cutting plates: (2) clear and one base, metal, magnetic, and plastic cover; each measuring 9 x 12.5 inches – great for large dies! Additionally, the machine comes with embossing Folders (varies by bundle), metal dies (varies by bundle), and an User’s Manual.
  • The Gemini is super easy to use…just plug it, turn it on, and GO!
  • This machine adds an even amount of pressure, yielding perfectly cut die and embossed images.
  • The die cutting process is quick!

The only thing I do not like about this machine is that it is a little loud when operating. However, in my opinion, the sound is not that much of a deterrent. Overall, I have gotten a lot of use out of this machine and plan to use it frequently for years to come!

To see my full review, click on the video below or head over to the Victoria Marie YouTube Channel! This machine is worth every penny and I am so glad that I made the investment!

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