|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.4 x 3.3 x 3 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||10-099|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty: Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship.|
Stanley 10-099 6-Inch Classic 99 Retractable Utility Knife
|Price:||$1.95 + $4.99 shipping|
|You Save:||$5.74 (75%)|
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- Stanley - Black & Decker
- 3-position, retractable blade; blade storage in handle
- Patented interlocking nose holds blade securely
- Includes 3 blades
- Starts sharper and stays sharper than standard heavy-duty blades
- Stanley's limited lifetime warranty
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Everyone knows the importance of the right tool for the job. Stanley's "Application Specific Blades" are designed with unique features for cutting drywall, roofing shingles and paper. Each blade is constructed of carbon alloy steel. With Stanley's patented S3 Technology, paper blades start sharper and stay sharper, roofing blades are stronger, and drywall and paper blades deliver more cuts per blade. The entire line provides better performance than standard heavy duty blades. View the comparison chart to choose the Stanley blade that is right for you.
Top Customer Reviews
Now that I have set up a woodworking shop in my garage, the handy hole in the end of this knife makes it easy to hang on a pegboard hook. If you need a real workhorse of a utility knife, I cannot recommend a better one than this!
Figured why not get the Pro. Pro is too big for my pouch (but not for the workshop peg board at home ) and I use the short blade settings all the time (see comment on Pro bellow ) so I ordered another 99E because I knew I liked it. If they had cheapened the knife I was all set to order the Milwaukee with the blade advance on the side but I don't need the bulk so since the 99E is still very well made I am all set.
* has a stout solid feel
* rattles if spare blades are in it but not nearly as much as the 10-499 A small piece of foam stops the rattle.
* has five VERY distinct blade settings.
* has the firmest button spring for the blade settings.
* super easy to feel the blade setting notches
* They added some thing to cause friction to hold the screw for opening the case so the screw won't rattle loose. That was a nice touch.
* is the lightest by far but strong enough
* I find that how ever I grasp it the button gets pushed and the blade advances to the longest setting while cutting up large boxes (many bicycle shipping boxes ).
* It rattles a lot
* Three blade settings with a slight extension on the forth but that is to remove the blade using the side blade release button.
* It is a very substantial box knife
* It is "defend your castle from invaders" substantial (if it is a small castle and there are only half a dozen invaders ).
* As you can see from the photo it is way larger.Read more ›
Look no further, unless you like squishy grips and well thought-out color schemes. Did I mention the unmistakable positive feeling of the blade-locking mechanism?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't think I will have any use for the clip and wish I could remove it so it would fit in my pocket better, and be a little more comfortable in the hand, but perhaps the clip... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Christopher M.
knife doesnt stay locked out, but otherwise gets the job done. multiple blades is nicePublished 8 days ago by David Yue
I will definitely purchase this item again in the future. I always hated trying to break down boxes for recycling in the past, but this knife works so well that it is almost... Read morePublished 9 days ago by AMGray
Extremely poorly made. Very hard to remove the screw to place the blade, and almost impossible to tighten the screw. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Asa C. Black