|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 4 x 4 inches|
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|Item model number||10-499|
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Stanley 10-499 Quick-Change Utility Knife with Retractable Blade and Twine Cutter, Silver
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Top Customer Reviews
The blade change isn't totally intuitive so it would help if they put something like this on their packaging: "Push down black retractable blade button and push all the way forward past the detent so the button stays pushed down. Then push in the silver side button and pull blade out."
Only reason I gave it 4 stars is that I used it to cut some ceiling tile and rubbed off a big section of paint on the handle near the blade; they should have nickel or chrome plated that section instead of painting it.
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edit as of 4/4/2011 - I put a video on here because I finally had time to make putting the blade in a project on its own. The quality isn't that great, but it's solid information and gives you a realistic idea of what changing blades is like. Once that blade is in, I have no complaints.
As was mentioned it is sometimes difficult to change the blade, you need to make sure push the blade ALL the way out and then press the blade release button. The spare blade holder is nice and big, I have about 5-6 blades there. The string cutter doesn't seem to work all that well, so I ususaly just use ther enitre blade to cut string.
1) Push the slider all the way to the third click and then hold down and push once more until it locks into the down position.
2) THEN ... and only then ... push the yellow rounded button until you see the tiny guide come out a little bit.
3) Carefully insert the blade until you feel it pop into the first position and let go of the little yellow rounded button. That's it. You get three blade positions ... very short, medium and fully extended.
It's a snap once you get the hang of it; and the extra blade storage unit on the bottom is easy to work.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had an earlier version of this knife that I loved. This knife has the best quick change mechanism. If you are in the construction trades, you want this knife. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wayne Hauber
We have a couple of these at work and they are really hit or miss knives. Stanley had the right idea with the button to insert or remove the blade and the blade storage that is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Josh Parrish
I like them. That's why I bought 2 of them. No taking apart to change the blade.Published 2 months ago by T. Kidd
By far, the absolutely worst instructions for any product I've ever purchased. Never mind trying to figure out how to attach a blade, for which there were no instructions, I had... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Hancock