|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.2 x 2.2 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||RT00004|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Rapid Tools RT00004 Serrated Utility Knife Blades, 10-Pack
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- serration pattern make the blade sharper, last longer and cut more evenly through formidable material
- Independently tested and rated the no.1 blade against other national brands on
- fit any standard utility knife so you can use them in your favorite knife or in any of the Rapid Tools 8217; line of quality utility knives available
- The only blade you will ever use again, as the difference between the patented serrated blade and an ordinary straight edge is simple a cut above
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In terms of construction, these are basic carbon steel blades. They're not titanium-coated and they're not bi-metal. A Rockwell test showed they're at 57 for hardness.
These blades are the same size and shape of a normal utility knife blade, except these are fully serrated. The blade is ground and sharpened on both sides, and the serrations are very purposeful. It glides through rubber, carpet, nylon webbing (like seatbelts or backpack strap), linoleum, and rope / cord with ease. However, if you use it on something like drywall or particleboard, it will gum up quickly. The blade held its edge well: about as long as a normal utility knife blade, plus another half.
Being the standard size, it was able to fit in any utility knife I have. The SuperKnife brand uses a contractor blade, which is thicker: if you're going to use this in a SuperKnife or the Gerber EAB Lite, then the blade will snap in but it will wiggle a little bit side-to-side.
The very tip of the blade isn't as needle-like as I'm used to in utility blades, but it's still able to pierce if you need it to.
If you need a blade that retains its edge through fibrous materials, this is a great choice. It makes a good all-around blade as well, but you don't get the precision you get from a straight-edge blade.
If you want perfect clean cuts, get a typical blade. If you can accept <slightly> rougher cuts, get this... But it's main strength lies in it's "sawing" ability. I had multiple layers of paracord wrapped around an item, tied tightly and then totally soaked (dry) with crazy glue. It wasn't going anywhere. A razor blade would have gotten through it, but it should have taken a bit of time. Using this blade with a sliding motion, it went through this effortlessly. It's not an everyday tool, but it SO does what it's supposed to do. Highly recommended. Highly - if this is what you want ands need.
Decided to try these out, Oh boy are they sharp! Hold an edge about twice as well as a plain blade (in my experience) and just work so much better for an EDC blade.
I've bought the Lenox titanium aluminum coated edge blades previously and felt as though I had to change them much more frequently than I expected, the 5 pack only lasted me just over a month.
I'll definitely continue to buy these blades, the serrated edge is nice and allows me to cut through double walled cardboard in one cut even after weeks of use. If your looking for a good reliable blade try these and I imagine you won't be disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These blades are really cool- fit in standard utility knives just great
The serrations look aggressive as heck
There are just some jobs (well, quite a few) where a serated blade works better than a straight blade. I wish I would have known about these a LONG time ago. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Virtum
The blades are ok, I wouldn't go outta my way to buy them again. I'd say over all they hold their edge maybe a week longer using them in a industrial setting.Published 12 months ago by Justin
Fits in my utility knife and does a great job with the usual uses. Recommend you go with the special serrated blades.Published 13 months ago by Walker Shaw
I have never had serrated utility blades. The are great. The last longer and are stronger than the ones I have used in the past. I highly recommend them.Published 15 months ago by Rjs194943
These puppies are SHARP. Work great with my Gerber folding money-clip box cutter.Published 16 months ago by James A Parr
There's only one thing to say about these: they are the best cutting blades you can buy. NEVER buy anything other than a serrated edge blade for your utility knife.Published 16 months ago by John C. Lobert
broke one today. Great for cutting nylon straps and bands, twine and fibrous or sinewy materials. Great for cardboard. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Aubrey L Harden