|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 4 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||10-480|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Stanley 10-480 Contractor Grade DynaGrip Snap-Off Knife
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- Automatic blade selector slides new blade into position after old blade is removed with additional blade security clamp for safety
- Stainless steel barrel holds six standard duty and five heavy duty blades, comes with four blades
- DynaGrip¿ bi-material body for comfort and cutting power.
- Ergonomically designed for greater comfort and cutting power
- Positive "click" action slider to alert user when blade is in position with automatic lock for safe, positive cutting
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Safe, fully retractable blade. Slider mechanism has audible click-stop and self-locks for greater blade security. High-visibility spare blade holder. Durable ABS plastic construction with stainless steel barrel. Uses 18mm standard segmented and heavy-duty, extra thick nonsegmented blades. Knife Type: Snap-Off Blade Knife; Blade Type: 8-point Retractable Snap-Off; Blade Material: N/A; Number of Blades: 4.
From the Manufacturer
With over 35 tips available when fully loaded, you will rarely have to stop working to get a fresh blade tip. Automatic blade selector slides new blade into position after old blade is removed. There is also an additional blade security clamp for safety. The stainless steel barrel holds six standard duty and five heavy duty blades and the knife comes loaded with four blades. The DynaGrip¿ bi-material body is ergonomically designed for greater comfort and cutting power. A positive "click" action slider to alert user when blade is in position and includes an automatic lock for safe, positive cutting. The handle has a hang hole for storage. Made with tough ABS plastic and stainless steel components.
Top customer reviews
When my kids were a little younger it was nice to be able to slide the blade back into the handle and turn the tightening knob to keep them from hurting themselves if they got ahold of it. Now I don't worry about it -- they're old enough that if they get cut they only have themselves to blame, not me.
Sometimes the slider is a little hard to get in and out of lock position, and the round knob for tightening down the blade can be a bit hard to loosen, but these are just nits (I would have rated it 4.5 stars if I could, but it deserves rounding up to 5).