|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.8 x 1 x 6.5 inches|
|Item model number||D-BKPH|
|Color||black & red|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Life|
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Bessey DBKPH Quick-Change Folding Utility Knife - ABS Handle with 5 Blade Storage Compartment , 5 extra blades included
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- Patented Quick-Change Blade Replacement System - No tools required
- One-hand Easy Opening & Closing - Folds to a Compact Size to fit in pocket
- Includes belt clip for easy access
- Accepts all standard utility blades
- Storage Compartment for 5 extra blades
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As with the other Bessey, the belt-clip is sturdy, and the design feels great in my hand. The quick-change mechanism works well and it's fairly light weight. Unfortunately, the switch that opens the blade storage is touchy--it opened every single time something came in contact with my hip. This eventually resulted in the orange blade cover catching and snapping off--rendering it broken. It's a design flaw. The storage cover mechanism shouldn't be able to open on light contact (leaning against countertops, railings, etc.) Also, after 3 days of use, the soft rubberized coating began to peel off. It has since been returned to Amazon.
I love Bessey, so I'm extremely disappointed that this knife didn't work out. I'm back to the wood-grain model once again.
1. Size - Gerber EAB G-10. It is very slim, tiny and doubles as a money clip. I actually use it as a money clip so I always have it.
2. Speed of opening - Milwaukee Fastback Utility knife. That opens just as fast as my Zero Tolerance assisted opening knife costing $230. It snaps open and closed so quickly.
3. Features - Bessey Quick Change. It has a Spyderco like Clip, 5 blades discreetly kept in the grip and best of all, a thumb rest on the Blade holder for positive traction when cutting.
4. Looks - Bessey Quick change. It actually looks like an EDC knife like a Kershaw or Spyderco.
5. Quality - Bessey Quick Change. All 3 are excellent, but the Bessey just looks and feels like someone really made an effort not just to make it functional, but also to make it look expensive.
All 3 Utility knives are very good, but the Bessey just is a little better all around. I use this in the house. I carry the Gerber and sometimes the Milwaukee as well as EDC. I have an extensive collection of High end folding knives from Zero Tolerance, Benchmade, Spyderco, Microtech, other less expensive Made in USA folding knives. But, I carry these utility knives because they are more precise and safer to use for everyday cutting. I use the Lenox GOLD, Titanium coated blades. They are tremendously sharp, and will slice through anything and ask for more.
My suggestion is not to use your expensive knives to cut boxes. Use this Bessey and just change the blade once it gets dull. I keep my knife collection nice and in mint condition.
What I like most about this blade though is its grip. it doesn't have that hard feel of pressed plastic or metal. It also has enough curves for a variety of grip positions.
Way better than standard issue, break off blades. This changes faster.
Watch your fingers! NOT for beginners
I did like it enough that when I misplaced it for a day that I ordered another one. So now I have some thinking to do... do I return that one unopened or use it in place of this one and HOPE that it doesn't break as well. It's a bit bulky, but I felt that was ok since I don't have to worry about finding the extra blades, etc. Too late to return the broken one and I'm not sure if they will honor any warranty repair. I will contact Bessey directly.
Around the house for cardboard I'll probably stick to a slimmer folding model, but this is the real deal for heavy duty work and convience with the blade storage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this knife, I bought 2. I work in construction and this is the best handy knife there is. I've had several types through the 35 years of const. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dan Barker
I came across a used model of one of these about 7 years ago and it became my everyday work knife. Since then I have put this thing to the test on a daily basis and it was still in... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Tracy Branham
Excellent blades and tough grip and blade holder make this a good utility knife that should hold up against the test of time.Published 8 months ago by MaysEffect
This is the second bessy I've purchased. First one was about 6 years ago. I thought I lost the knife so I bought a new one and then found the old one. Read morePublished 8 months ago by gordo
Awesome knife. The handle and blade holder itself are rock solid. And I love how it holds an extra 5 blades in the handle. Fits very comfortably in your pocket without bulging.Published 9 months ago by Kevin M.