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DeWalt DWHT10046 Retractable Utility Knife

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  • Rugged metal body for prolonged tool life
  • Rapid load blade changing system for quick blade changes
  • Blade storage for convenient access to new blades
  • Retractable blade offers variable cut depth
  • Dual material handle for improved grip and control
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DeWalt DWHT10046 Retractable Utility Knife + DEWALT DWHT11004L Heavy Duty Utility Blades, 75-Pack + DEWALT DWHT10035L Folding Retractable Utility Knife
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number DWHT10046
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 3.5 x 9 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberDWHT10046
ColorN/A
FinishN/A
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB006E1FZUE
Best Sellers Rank #80,994 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 25, 2011
  
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Product Description

Retractable Utility Knife (Qty of 6) DeWalt DWHT10046 Features: Rugged metal body for prolonged tool life Rapid load™ blade changing system for quick blade changes Blade storage for convenient access to new blades Retractable blade offers variable cut depth Dual material handle for improved grip and control Limited Lifetime Warranty Comes in Quantity of 6

Customer Reviews

Then, I tried to change the dull blade.
archwind
With my knife, the plastic button doesn't seem to push the blade in place to lock.
Herman Lai
Thought Dewalt would be a good knife so I paid a little extra.
Noel B. Fludgate

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jaimison on September 4, 2014
I don't know how this knife is even allowed on the market, it's the most terrifying tool I've every used in my life. This so-called "Rapid load system" is designed by a total masochist. You want me to fully extend the blade, push a tiny button with one hand and grab a chipped, dirty used blade with the other and yank it out? Are you serious?? And there's no other way, short of disassembling the whole knife and all it's finicky little parts, to change the blade? Even if it DID work properly, that's a lawsuit waiting to happen. Delusional people over there are DeWalt.

However, I did finally manage to get the mystical blade change system to work, so I figured I'd post that for anyone else who go stuck with this piece of garbage.

1 - Extend the blade all the way to the front of the knife. All the way up beyond the furthest forward lock point, it needs to touch the rise where the rubber thumb-rest is.

2 - With your other hand, press the little black, oval tab on the side in. It's not really going to move, don't kill yourself trying to push. Gently, but firmly, too hard and you won't be able to move the blade for 3.

3 - This is the vital part. While still gently pressing the little "rapid reload" button, push in and pull the blade-slide button slowly and gently back. At some point between full forward and forward lock position {you should not reach forward lock}, you will feel the oval button finally give and sink. Stop!

4 - While still pressing the oval button, grab the top of the blade and gently but firmly wiggle the back and forth until it gives. Slide the blade out and replace.

I hope that saves someone else a little frustration and a trip to the emergency room.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Me on April 20, 2013
Pros: solid heavy feel, nice looking, made in the USA.
Con: After 15 minutes of trying to get the blade installed, my thumb is sore from trying to push the itty bitty black button while trying to get the blade inserted. I've several different ways but for some reason I am unable to do so, on the unit I got, the itty bitty black button barely budges when it is pushed in. The package claimed easy on/off, unfortunately, this one just challenged me too much and had to be returned where I got it. Too bad, it felt good holding it in my hands.
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Edit: I am raising my rating to two stars. I purchased another one from a different store and this time it works. The first one I purchased had a problem with the slider on top going all the way to the front. There appears to be either a manufacturing defect or something goes out of whack when the label used to hold the knife, which requires a bit of force to tear out, is pulled out to prepare the cutter for use. Either way, it's dewalt's fault.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Nathan I Wilson on November 29, 2012
Bought this utility knife with 75 extra blades at a local store and got frustrated the first time I needed to replace the blade. There are no directions on the packaging and found directions online in a forum (apparently I'm not the only one who couldn't figure it out). To replace the blade put the blade extender to the far forward position and press the black button on the side near the blade.
Other than that, it feels solidly built and I used it to cut vinyl tiles for a new kitchen floor.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Potts on January 26, 2014
Great in the hand. Super easy to change blades. Heavy duty design. By far the best utility knife I've ever used.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mike on January 18, 2013
I purchased this box cutter for work since my last one failed (plastic body vs metal). I have been around box cutters for a while and figured that I would try this one. After purchase, I noticed that the thumb extender was hard to move. Before installing my first blade, I disassembled the knife and visually inspected the extender/blade holder. I noticed that the knife housing was a tad too thick on the areas that the blade holder made contact. Took 5 minutes to grind down all the contact surfaces approximately a millimeter where the holder would touch, reassembled the knife and tested the thumb extender. This time, it was spot on with free movement. Installed the blade and it is just as good as one of the older box cutters that I still have. For the self grinding part, knocked off one star but nothing is perfect out of the box.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Curtis Utley on July 26, 2012
Just bought this knife at a local store and I like it. Feels good in the hand looks to be able to hold about five blades and the blade extends and retracts on mine just fine. If you look you can find it with a 75pk of blades for about the price here.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By KJD on June 27, 2014
Knife feels great in the hand, blade replacement is decent enough. Packaging was horrendous, (not sure whether that's the carriers fault or the sellers) the real killer is the offer says its for 6 knives and I only received one. Not very happy with this seller. I'll update my review if they make it right
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robyn Doyon on March 22, 2014
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The knife does not seem to be built properly. The blade won't stay in. It isn't made well. I am not impressed with this particular dewalt object. First time for that.
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