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Stanley 10-099 6-Inch Classic 99 Retractable Utility Knife

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  • Starts sharper and stays sharper than standard heavy-duty blades
  • 3-position, retractable blade; blade storage in handle
  • Patented interlocking nose holds blade securely
  • Includes 3 blades
  • Stanley's limited lifetime warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 680-10-099
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions1.4 x 3.3 x 3 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model number10-099
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Size1
ColorGray
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty: Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship.
  
Additional Information
ASINB00002X204
Best Sellers Rank #1,165 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 8, 2003
  
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Product Description

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The Stanley 6-Inch Classic 99 Retractable Utility Knife starts sharper and stays sharper than standard heavy-duty blades. This knife features a patented interlocking nose to hold the blade securely. The three-position, retractable blade can be stored in the handle. This knife includes three blades and comes with Stanley's limited lifetime warranty.

Everyone knows the importance of the right tool for the job. Stanley's "Application Specific Blades" are designed with unique features for cutting drywall, roofing shingles and paper. Each blade is constructed of carbon alloy steel. With Stanley's patented S3 Technology, paper blades start sharper and stay sharper, roofing blades are stronger, and drywall and paper blades deliver more cuts per blade. The entire line provides better performance than standard heavy duty blades. View the comparison chart to choose the Stanley blade that is right for you.

Product Description

680-10-099 This item features: -Multi-position blade slide. -Blade storage in handle. -Top and bottom overlap nose holds blade securely. -Blade Shape: Straight-Edged. -Blade Material: Steel. -Handle Length: 6 in. -Handle Type: Straight. -Handle Material: Die-Cast Metal. -Includes: (3) 11-921 Blades. -Type: Retractable Blade Knife. -Quantity: 6 per box. -Price is for 1 Each.

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Customer Reviews

Extra blades can be stored in the handle.
Ted Detjen
Much more flimsy than ones you buy in store never did work- too much trouble to return so threw it out.
kim
Someone actually told me this but in fact it feels well built and really solid.
Leo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Scott Pointon VINE VOICE on September 5, 2004
I have owned this knife for over 10 years and though it is scratched from rough rides in several toolboxes, it still works like new. Although this knife does not have a fancy 'ergonomic' grip or flashy color scheme going for it, what it does do is perform reliably well for a long long time, and not cost you much up front! I agree with the previous reviewers - some of the best features of this knife are the ability to store up to five blades inside the knife body, and the ability to expose the blade at several different settings.

Now that I have set up a woodworking shop in my garage, the handy hole in the end of this knife makes it easy to hang on a pegboard hook. If you need a real workhorse of a utility knife, I cannot recommend a better one than this!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Al the Pal on May 26, 2000
I have one of these that is probably 10 years old; I'd have older ones if I hadn't lost them. I might still have them if they were as bright as my other yellow plastic one. Yes, you need a screwdriver (or a dime) to change blades, but you can store about 5 fresh ones inside the handle, real handy if you can't get back to your supply easily. This model will let you set the blade at several different positions so you don't need to expose the whole blade.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By B. R. Kmack on October 11, 2005
There is nothing like a good tool that does its job everytime. Other knives may look cooler or feel squishier, but the Stanley 10-099 Utility Knife will always be as near to perfection as may be found. Solidly built and utilizing an ingenious mechanism for replacing and storing blades (a simple screw to hold its two halves together), this knife is utility par excellence.

Look no further, unless you like squishy grips and well thought-out color schemes. Did I mention the unmistakable positive feeling of the blade-locking mechanism?
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This was a great disappointment especially for a Stanley tool. It was poorly milled and the two halves fit together poorly. I thought that I was never going to get back together after I finally got it apart to place the blade. It must have been on the shelf for some time because the screw that holds it together had oxidized in place and needed to soaked with 3-in-1 oil to get it to separate. This is, maybe, the second Stanley tool that I have found to be of such poor quality. The other was also a Stanley retractable utility knife. The minature one that is only 2 1/2". It also was poorly milled and the blade does not fully retract. It constantly protudes 1/32". I have bought these items before, years ago, and they were of very good quality then.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Casey Murray on July 21, 2012
Stanley and the other companies can keep trying to build a better mousetrap, but this knife is still the best around. The blades stay in, there is blade storage in the handle, and it comes apart easily to clean if you get it all gunked up with roof tar or adhesive. You will need a screwdriver to change the blade, or a coin or the head of a 10 penny nail or your laborers nose ring, but it's fast and simple and you can be cutting again in 30 seconds. This knife is all you need.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Angelone on March 20, 2009
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This is a great utility knife at an unbelievable price. I would have expected to pay a bit more for a tool of this quality. It even came with three blades. The durability, fit and finish on this knife are all great, especially if genuine Stanley blades are used with it. Don't waste your money on cheap imitations. If you want a good utility knife, buy a Stanley.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dan K on July 4, 2012
I specifically bought this to break up cardboard boxes. Here is an example of the last time I used this utility knife:

I just purchased a 60" LED TV last week which was double boxed in one of the biggest cardboard boxes I have ever seen. The freight company took the TV out of the box and left the box in my den. The box is so big that it wouldn't even fit through the door and down the stairs to my basement. I actually dragged it down to the basement and everything was going well until the box pinned me to the end of the staircase and wall. I didn't know what to do because I couldn't push it back up because it was lodged between one of the steps and the ceiling; the box couldn't go back up and the staircase makes a sharp left turn so it couldn't make it down either. I didn't know what to do and I didn't have my phone and I was home alone so nobody would hear my screams for help. I did notice that there was about four or five inches between the box and the railing so I mustered all of my strength and charged up the stairs like there was no tomorrow to my toolbox where I keep this knife. Some how I made it back up and when I got back down I used some force to squish the box a little. If I was a large man, I would have been stuck in the basement till somebody came home to get me out. Anyway, I knew I had to chop this box up on the staircase so I got the knife and I proceeded to dismantle it as it sat on the staircase. Within 15 minutes, I broke it up enough to toss most of the large panels downstairs. With all the weird angles, it took a lot out of me and I had to return the next day to finish the job. Now that I had the panels flat on the floor, this little tool went through each and every panel like a hot knife through butter.
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