|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||8.9 x 2.9 x 1 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material Type||Wood, Aluminum, Carbon steel|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1B-UK20|
FC Folding Heavy Duty Utility Knife - Pocket Box Cutter with Holster, Quick Change Blades, Razor Sharp, Lockback Design, Lightweight Aluminum Body & Wood Trim
|Material||Wood, Aluminum, Carbon steel|
|Item Weight||249.5 Grams|
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- Durable, lightweight aluminum body with stylish wood trim and anti-slip grip. Handle doubles as pocket or money clip.
- Heavy-duty carbon steel blades stay razor sharp longer. Convenient folding with the press of a button.
- Lockback design safely locks the blade in place when in use.
- Quick-change mechanism for easy blade removal | Accepts all standard size utility blades.
- Includes a knife holster and 10 extra replacement blades | Limited Lifetime Warranty
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The Everyday Utility Knife
Equipped with heavy-duty SK-5 carbon steel blades, this all around utility knife is great for a variety of tasks, such as opening boxes, slicing metal sheets, cutting wallpapers, carpets, cardboards and plastics.
Quick Blade Change
Make your work life simpler with easy access button for quick blade change with no additional tools required. Accepts all standard sized utility knife blades.
Simple and Safe
Easy one button lockback design locks the blade in place for safe and efficient cutting, The blade is secured even when not in use.
Made to Last
This pocket-sized box cutter is made with high quality anodized aluminum and stainless steel, which is durable, lightweight, and rust-resistant. The ergonomic anti-slip handle offers a secure grip and is comfortable to hold for a prolong period of time.
Easily folds and fits in your pocket for quick retrieval. When open, the knife measures 6.6 inches, and it closes down to 4.3 inches. It's weighs at just 4.8 ounces.
Take it Anywhere
The stainless steel clip allows you to carry it with you wherever you go. It can be used as a belt or money clip. This knife is perfect for use at home, on the job or outdoors.
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This company is great, email with updates. Ordered this on Saturday, Amazon estimated delivery on Wed, got it on Mon.
The advantages of this knife come down to ergonomics and safety. In use, the contoured handle and deep finger notch make for a grip that is both comfortable and secure, with or without gloves.
This knife can be easily (and quickly) opened and closed with one hand, and it locks in both the open and closed positions for ease of making strong, downward cuts, like on a carpet. Changing blades is simple, a nice, springy belt hook helps keep it portable, the included belt case is a nice addition and makes storing the replacement blades convenient.
You can’t be the price relative to value. It’s a nice, all-around utility knife + a fantastic tool to have in the home tool box or junk drawer. It cuts with a removable razor blade, so the edge is both incredibly sharp and very disposable, making it ideal for all of the grunt-work cutting that’s too difficult for scissors and too dulling and damaging for a pocket knife. It’s good for jobs like breaking down cardboard boxes for recycling, cutting carpeting, or slicing the painted seam on a stuck window. I used it to size a small patch for a linoleum floor, trimmed a rug pad, and opened some products trapped in those blister-pack nightmares you get from Costco. Drywall, tarps, rope and even roofing shingles can all be cut with ease and safety with this utility knife.
To get the full range of use out of the knife + as much safety and portability as possible, this ‘folding style’ is much better with a retractable. It is smaller to store, has a convenient belt hook, and because of the way the folded blade nests in the body of the knife + locks, there is virtually no chance of the knife accidentally deploying in your pocket (or getting snagged + opening). When closed, folding knives are typically two to four inches shorter than retractables, making them a better fit for a pants pocket. But when unfolded, the two are about the same length, so there is no loss of grip area with this folded variety.
I paid special attention to the grip on this knife, the blade changing process, the folding mechanism, and blade storage- all of which are superior, and no matter what you’re doing, whether opening a bag of ice melt to cutting an asphalt roof shingle, you want to make sure that you have a good grip on any dangerous tool. This knife ensures your grip with finger ridges and groove- it supplies a physical impediment to slippage and keeps your fingers and hand safe when cutting.
The only downside I can mention (it is minimal) is storage for additional blades. Because it doesn’t take a lot to dull or break the edge of a razor, constant trips to the toolbox for new ones can get to be a hassle. It’s possible to go through three or four blades on a tough job, and the ability to have a few extras on hand saves time and energy. This would not be a deal breaker for me if I were to purchase this knife again, which I most certainly would.
Because of its styling, it has a lot of the appeal of a traditional knife. Some people don’t see a utility knife as refined enough for them- with this knife, I disagree. It has all the bells + whistles of much more expensive models + the styling of a traditional knife. I prefer utility knives for their disposable blades. You always have a nice edge, and I never have to think for even a second about blade maintenance. I live a fairly aggressive DIY lifestyle, so traditional blades don’t last very long in my pocket.
I chose this unit. It is very rugged, easy to use ( the blade unfolds by pressing a single easy located button that is not make of plastic. The only plastic button is when you need to change blade. But is seems good for now, and you don't change blades every day. The unit looks good too. you can clip it on your belt or anyplace else or you can keep it in a nice looking belt bag that comes with the cutter. I really liked this unit. If I need to buy another one it will be from the same brand.
I noticed the single 3 star reviewer stated that there was play between the blade and handle. I don't experience that at all. There is virtually no play in my knife, certainly no more than any of my pocket knives.
I don't think it's necessary to rehash what others have said other than to say you'll be happy with it. It's a great deal for the price.
I truly enjoy the locking/release button being on the side of the handle. Allows for ease and safety of opening and closing the blade. My favorite part was how well oiled the blade and handle came. Everything just slid effortlessly. Pure and simple, this tool just works! It does the job it was built for and does it exceptionally well.
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Buying this utility knife on sale puts it on par with the Home Depot, Rona or Lowe's branded folding cutter prices and it comes with a pouch (that is very... uhhh, well, you probably won't use it) and 10 extra blades. I just bought this a few days ago, but with all the Christmas shopping, I've had to breakdown a small nation of cardboard boxes to fit in my recycling bin.
- Razor sharp blades. No different from the OFLA blades I use at work.
- Wood accent. It's cheesy, but I love wood accents.
- Locking mechanism. I tried with a lot of pressure (trying to break it by hand) to remove it from close locked and open locked and was not able to do it by hand.
- Quick release slide for blades. Slide it, grab the not-so-sharp part of the blade and do the same to insert a new one!
- Swings open easily. Pressing the button to release the blade, you can swing it to full open and letting go of the button will allow it to lock. Warning: If you do not let go of that button, it will not lock into position.
- Wood accent. I just love a wood accent.
- Belt clip. Always handy, mounted with three hex screws, it feels sturdy.
- Lanyard notch. The bottom of the handle has an opening for a lanyard-- I've never used them, but it may be a pro to some.
- Loose screw. Opening my plastic package, there was one loose hex / allen key screw that was rolling around. Thankfully I had a matching screwdriver to put it back in.
- Carrying pouch. This pouch is not pretty. Black with white stitching on the edges and to write "Fancii" on the side... I won't hold it against them.
Overall, I'd highly recommend this if looks like your style!
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The clip is very useful to ensure that the knife won't fall out of your pocket when constantly moving, sitting and getting up.
The belt holster is a nice added touch should you need to carry around an extremely sharp knife while doing your duties.
Comes with extra blades and they are very easy to change out
You can also reverse the blade so that the other end gets used before you toss and replace it.
Safety button to keep the blade tucked in and away from harms way
The wood grain is a nicely added visual touch
The blades are held in by another release button which also makes for easy blade changes. This is where you have to be careful and ensure the blade is inserted all the way. Each blade has two notches for being help in place and I was able to insert half way and it blade release clicked like it was good. There are three slits on the blade holding portion that should be covered by the blade completely and then clicked into lock position.
The belt holder is good and uses a holds the blade parallel to the belt as opposed to upright. Comes with spare blades and these are in a plastic box that only allows you to slide out the next top blade. Fits a bit full in the belt holder with the box cutter.
Love the little case that comes with it.
It even holds the extra blades, so I always know where they are when I need one.
Safety button is awesome too.
Can't open or close it unless it's depressed.
I've had other knives like this in the past, but can never remember where the blades are, and I'm always worried about it closing on my fingers.
But not this one .... it's the best and safest utility knife I've ever owned !!
If you are looking for an easier way to open your Amazon packages etc., and if you are checking these reviews trying to decide which one to buy,
choose this one.
You won't regret it !!!
I don't !!