|Item Weight||4.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.9 x 1.1 x 4.6 inches|
|Item model number||1858319|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Irwin Tools FK150 1858319 Folding Utility Knife with Blade Storage
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- BladeLock Technology helps keep the utility knife blade locked in place
- Changes blades only when release button is engaged and the blade holder is in the 45° open position
- Folding utility knife features a liner lock for quick 1-handed operation
- Wire stripper for built-in convenience
- Utility knife can store up to 2 additional blades
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This IRWIN Folding Utility Knife features BladeLock Technology to help keep the blade locked in place. It further helps ensure safety by allowing the user to change blades only when the release button is engaged and the blade holder is in the 45° position. The utility knife features a liner lock for quick 1-handed operation and a wire stripper for added functionality.
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First off, its a utility knife. It holds the standard trapezoidal blades no problem. It folds up to a nice compact form and has a belt clip. The handle lock works so it doesn't accidentally close on you and the blade holder in the handle works well too. Construction seems sturdy which is what I would expect from Irwin tools.
My first minor gripe is the instructions for inserting/removing a blade. There is a little lock button by the front that keeps the blade in place. What I didn't know, and is only apparent on an inconspicuous corner of the packaging is that you have to partially fold the knife closed before the blade lock button works. Again, my own fault for not reading the whole package (who reads the entire package anyway).
Second is that the blade is still a little loose in the holder once loaded. My other utility knives have a spring or magnet that keeps the blade from wiggling once installed. On this knife there is noticeable play in the blade once installed. It is secure, but a little annoying that the blade moves.
All-in-all I would recommend this knife.
TIP: To change blades this knife has to be locked in the 45 degree position and the blade will come right out when you push the button.
Don't feel dumb I made that mistake too!
The handle feels great in the hand and feels like the lock will never fail
You want to take it out. The liner lock on mine binds a bit and requires more force to depress than I would like. With time I'm sure this will get easier but that's the only downside I've seen so far.