Having A Quick Play With The Gemini Go!

October 29, 2018 — 2 Comments

Due to the amount of tiddly little dies that I have increasing, along with the ever decreasing work surface that I have to use I recently decided to take a punt and get myself the Gemini Go! from Crafters Companion.

Turns out, it was a well-spent penny!

Read on and find out why…

First, if you’ve not seen or heard of the Gemini series of die cutting machines why not pop over to the Crafters Companion website for more info. In short, they are electronic die cutting machines that come in a range of sizes with the Go! being the smallest.

Here is mine on my work desk.

Gemini Go from Crafters Companion

Smart, neat. Cool!

Takes up hardly any space too.

Now, it works like other die cutting machines by sandwiching the die or embossing folder between some plates and then using pressure to make the cut or impression in the cardstock.

If you’d like to see how easy it was to use and how well it performed, please watch the short video below that I uploaded to YouTube recently.



I think that you can tell from the video that I was suitably impressed, but do let me make it clear, for the price, this is an awesome piece of kit and if you are looking for a new die cutting machine then it would certainly be worth popping over to the Crafters Companion website for a gander at the range before making up your mind.

Have you already got one? What do you think – I would love to hear your thoughts.

Anyway, as ever it is time to crack on with work stuff and stop playing so many thanks for stopping by and I will see you again soon hopefully.

Much love,

J :)

2 responses to Having A Quick Play With The Gemini Go!

  1. 

    I have the Junior and the Go, love them both, especially the Go as I can use it with a power bank for crafting when I visit my parents, as they’re pensioners, I don’t like to use their electric.

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  2. 

    The only downside is that I can’t work my go press and foil with it, however, it is an awesome machine, I love mine and its called Gracie

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