|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 6.5 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||AL2450CP|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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- Automatically Loads New Blade; Single Hand Operation; 5 Blade Storage In Handle
- Carabineer Belt Hook
- Ergonomic Anti Slip Grip; Thumb Indent For Additional Comfort; Compact Size
- Quick Blade Change Button; Smooth Slide Mechanism
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Top Customer Reviews
The auto-load feature is sweet for someone like me who opens tons of boxes (Sears backroom). When your blade gets dull simply pull on knob thing back and turn the blade around so you use the other edge of the same blade. When that edge runs out use the same knob to pull the blade out. Then simply use the retractor and retract it all the way back and all the way forward to feed a new blade from it's internal storage of blades.
This thing can hold quite a few blades (up to 10 I think it was? Can't remember but it's a lot). It's a bit stiff at first but an hour or two of use and it breaks in far easier than a new pair of leather boots.
The back end of it clips on and off if you have somewhere on your kit where you like to clip stuff on to.
It's also not too cumbersome, it's only about 5-6 inches long. The blade, when fully extended, extends about an inch, maybe a little less, but more than enough to cut through the thickest of boxes.
furthermore I prefer Olympia Autoload for its pocket clip, an obscure feature for a utility kniife, and necessary to me.
It’s a well made item as well, I really like how slim it is so it will just slip in your pocket.
My only complaint would be that the button that releases the door to add blades should have a better lock because I have opened the door a couple times on accident.
I bought three of these and they have held up to putting a few roofs on houses which is super tough on any knife.
so easy to change blades. It has a great heft and feels
good in my hand. I would suggest this product for anyone
needing a well designed tool.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This knife is junk! I spent all my time clearing jams. I tried all different makes of blades to no avail. I just wound up with sore fingers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Harleybob
Great utility knife! The only thing I would say is make sure you get the replacement blades with only two slots on the back instead of four.Published 5 months ago by Jake Harsh
If your fed up with the cheap stuff this one will make you smilePublished 6 months ago by J. Thompson
this is a fans attic utility knife.the one and only reason i give it 4 stars and not 5 is because i wish the clip on the back was a little bigger. Read morePublished 16 months ago by m
Slide that pushes the blade in and out totally Jammed. Durably built but useless. moving onPublished 16 months ago by Steve Marchant
I use it for my job and it's awesome... It's easy to clip on and off and reloads quick.Published 17 months ago by J.