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Striker 00-103 Folding Multi-Blade Utility Knife

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds
  • ASIN: B001Q4UYH8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #216,547 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Ideal for drywall installation and preparation work, plastics, cardboard, insulation board, ceiling panels, and material marking. Knife features aggressive file, quick change blade, blade storage, and corner saw. Includes 2 blades.

Customer Reviews

Now I know that was a bad mistake.
Michal Kiecka
Push the tab out away from the knife and the blade will come out.
Jason Smith
I would not recommend this knife to anyone.
ELIZABETH JASPER

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ICSK on March 6, 2011
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This is quite possibly THE most unique utility blade I've ever seen. It has a blade, file, and hammer. Perfect for construction! You know what else it's good for? Fossil collecting. That's what I've been using my knife for. That's also what I'll be pulling most of my experience from. While it has been adequate in role, I have to give it huge deductions in terms of quality, fit and finish, as well as attention to detail. I'll be going over them briefly in the following categories:

Weight/Size:
Let me sum it up - This knife is extremely chunky. It weighs in at 6 oz and is nearly 3/4 in thick. It's definitely not comfortable to put into any pocket in my opinion. However, that weight is justified to some extent because one needs the weight in order to be able to hammer things.

Construction
Lock - HORRIBLE. By far one of the worst liner locks I've ever seen. When I got it NEW in the box, it already had a lot of side to side wiggle(play) in it. On top of that, the liner on mine has started to bend because the screws have loosened to the point where it constantly hits the metal spacer on the side of the knife.
Screws - Also horrible. Not only are they very low quality screws, some of mine came stripped!
Hammer - To be honest, I can't tell if the metal used in the hammer portion of the knife is different from that of the handle. I just know that it has withstood all of the chiseling I've done, which was light to medium duty. My advice would be to hammer it the way it is shown in the videos.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jason Smith on August 14, 2010
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Pros-
Solid frame
Multiple tools in one

Cons-
Blade lock is very poorly designed
Blade storage, the blades fall out of storage during use.

Purchased this knife a week ago for work use. After 3 cuts the blade in the storage area came flying out on the fourth cut. It hit flat and wasn't able to penetrate me shirt, if the point had hit though it would have left a nice stab wound.

The blade lock is just a piece of sheet metal with a tab. Push the tab out away from the knife and the blade will come out. The one I received requires only about a 16th of an inch gap between the face and the tab for the blade to come free (notice how they never show it in any of their advertising). Cutting a thick object with it would probably pull the blade free.

It doesn't matter how many features a tool has if it isn't safe to use. I can not recommend this product. Instead I would recommend Gerber Superknife 22-00532 SK Edge Aluminum Folding Utility Knife, Silver or Sheffield 12331 Heavy Duty Lock-back Utility Knife
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michal Kiecka on February 20, 2011
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I'm working in a construction business that's why i bought this knife. Now I know that was a bad mistake. Knife looks good only on a picture, the description is also impressive but in the real life it's different. Blade locking mechanism is bad, blade pops out every two three longer cuts You need to be careful because if not You can cut off Yours fingers. Also the blade storage is very badly designed to get a new blade takes forever and it's hard.
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The blade slides out while cutting. I have only tried to cut a cardboard box. Very disappointed in this knife. I actually purchased 4 knives. 2 through Amazon and 2 directly from Striker. I am going to open another one and try it. I have a feeling I am going to get the same results. Poor design on the blade holder. I would not recommend this knife to anyone.
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