The KAI RS60BL - 60 mm rotary blade is made of tungsten steel. The tungsten steel alloy allows the RS60BL to cut through virtually any sewing or quilting fabric precisely and smoothly. As with all our KAI rotary blades; they will fit many other brand's rotary cutters.
Additionally, the KAI RS60BL is compatible with the KAI RS60 rotary cutter.
*One blade per package.*Now made in the new KAI Vietnam Factory! Same great product, same great Japanese steel!
Free shipping for orders in the USA. Additional shipping fee for international orders.
DIY designer Jane Monzures take us through the highlights and functions of Kai Scissors most popular rotary cutters as well what makes the Kai blades different.
Posted by clara jaramillo on Mar 18th 2020
They last more than the other blades
Posted by Unknown on May 20th 2019
i was surprised at how quickly the replacement blade arrived!
i have had my rotary cutter for many years & love it!
it is so easy to replace the blades but do keep in mind that they are SHARP!!!
Posted by Unknown on Jan 9th 2019
An emerging quilter needed to replace the cutting blades; these blades are the exact replacement and are very sharp. She noticed an immediate improvement in her fabric cutting and appreciated using less pressure to cut and left no uncut fibers. I'll do it again for her when the time comes.
Posted by Julz on Nov 13th 2017
I have not had the opportunity to install these, yet. I know they will measure up as every Kai product I have ever used has been amazing!
Posted by Unknown on Oct 16th 2017
Cuts fantastic & love these blades. It makes cutting a breeze. Such super service & shipping. Love my rotary cutter as well as the blades
Posted by Unknown on Oct 23rd 2016
Kai rotary blades are far superior to any sewing center blades. They are extremely sharp and do an excellent job cutting fabric. They stay sharper than any other brands that I have purchased in the past..
Posted by Joyce on May 24th 2016
I have tried several other brands, but the KAI rotary blade are the best! This blade makes my least favorite part of quilting easy and fast to get through.