|Item Weight||3.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 3.9 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||48-22-1901|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
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Milwaukee 48-22-1901 Fastback Flip Open Utility Knife
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- The item is Milwaukee 48-22-1901 Fastback Flip Open Utility Knife
- Used for Handtools & Tool Organizers, Knives
- The product is manufactured in China
- One Handed Blade Opening - Flip Blade Open up to 3X Faster
- Tool Free Blade Change - Change Blades up to 5X Faster
- Wire Stripper - Strip up to 10 Gauge Wire
- Integrated Gut Hook - Cut Without Opening Knife
- Thin Body Design - Easy Pocket Storage
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This Milwaukee is still working like brand new after 6 months in the field and a joy to use. The one handed open is amazingly handy and the blade change mechanism(normally the first thing to stop functioning after dirt gets in) is still operating smoothly. One unmentioned feature of this knife is the paint can(or bottle!) opener tab on the front of the handle. Don't bother with the $15 five packs of cheap knives, just get a couple of these and don't worry about your knife breaking anymore.
The knife has some nice design features, like a wire stripping notch and a gut hook. I've used it to strip wires and it works better than I expected. I haven't had a reason to use the gut hook yet though.
My favorite thing about it is the round notch for your index finger. This makes the knife fit perfectly in my hand. There's no chance it could slip from my grip.
My only (small) complaint was the packaging. It was ironic that this thing was packed so tightly in a plastic clamshell that I had to go find another knife to unwrap this knife. I kept thinking, "doggone it - I sure wish there were some way to use this knife to open its own stinking package".
Glad a chose the Milwaukee, it's one of my favorite tools now.
After reading all the one star reviews about the screws coming loose I figured a little Loctite thread locker would be in order.
I used the green self wicking type, didn't even have to loosen the screws to apply it. The Loctite should hold the screws for the life of the tool. Super glue might work too.
Amazon sells Loctite, one tube would be good for about 400 knifes but I'm sure you folks can find some other loose screws to put it on.
Loctite 37423 290 Green Penetrating Threadlocker Tube - 6 ml
That issue has plagued both of my knives.
However, I use these knives on a daily basis cutting all sorts of material. They take a lot of abuse. The easy solution is to to use loctite on the threads of the screws or wrap teflon tape around the screws.
You can easily find replacement screws at a computer store, you may get lucky at ace, however I had no luck there.
It is a pain but I like the feel and heft of the knife enough to only dock it 1 star. However, I do own two knives and they both have this problem thus two stars seems appropriate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is not the Milwaukee Fastback knife that has a reserve blade.Published 3 days ago by David Munson
very handy one handed operation. belt clip looks like it won't break in 3 days. However if it does I'll let you know!!Published 12 days ago by jdubbya
Awful knife. The belt clip feels terrible in your hand. The blade is also loose after only a week of use. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased the milwaukee fastback in 2010 for use at work, it appealed to me because of it's opening action and it looked ergonomic. Read morePublished 20 days ago by daniel e
I have numerous utility knives and use them often in my work. This knife opens and closes nicely and feels good in my hand. Read morePublished 21 days ago by James Haller
Yep all good. One handed open and close. Easy blade change. Sturdy clip.Published 23 days ago by LP
I really like this utility knife, it is well made and the mechanism for replacing the blade is sturdy. Read morePublished 26 days ago by AZ tech geek
I had ordered the Milwaukee Fastback II (newer version w/ blade storage); however, I wanted a slimmer version. The Fastback I is slimmer without the extra blade holder. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DQT