|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.7 x 3 x 1 inches|
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|Item model number||10-779|
|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.|
|National Stock Number||5110-01-415-4232|
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Stanley 10-779 Dynagrip Retractable Utility Knife
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- Starts sharper and stays sharper than standard heavy-duty blades
- Cushion grip surface for comfort even in extreme temperatures; patented interlocking nose to secure the blade
- Slip-resistant grip prevents slipping even on angled surfaces
- Furnished with 3 No. 11-921 utility blades
- Stanley's limited lifetime warranty; 5-5/8-inch handle
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Interlocking nose secures blade, slip resistant grip prevents slipping even on angled surfaces and sides are cushioned for comfort. Includes: (3) three heavy duty utility blades.
The Stanley Dynagrip Retractable Utility Knife starts sharper and stay sharper than standard heavy-duty blades. This knife features a cushion grip surface for comfort even in extreme temperatures. A slip-resistant grip prevents slipping even on angled surfaces. The 5-5/8-inch handle has a patented interlocking nose to secure the blade. Furnished with three No. 11-921 utility blades, this utility knife comes with Stanley's limited lifetime warranty.
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Everything about changing the blade can be done gently; if you have to use force than the knife is probably defective. The blade itself has 2 notches. Take the blade carriage out of the knife, and lay the blade into the carriage, starting with the sharp side going in. The right-hand notch on top should mate with the tab on the blade carriage. Once the blade is laying flat inside the carriage, gently place the carriage into the bottom half of the knife, in a position that is all the way retracted. Gently wiggle it until it is laying flat inside the base of the knife.
To install the top of the knife handle, tilt the blade end down a little bit and slide it into the notches on the base, then lay the handle down flat. The handle should be fully assembled at this point with this group holes on both sides aligned so that you can just screw the screw back in and have your knife fully reassembled.
I got one of these knives years ago and it has stood up well to time. The mechanism that moves the blade in and out loosens up with time and becomes easier to use. It is rugged and the bright color makes it easy to distinguish, and I like the fact that you can put some extra blades in the handle.
Recently, I decided to buy a couple more of these from Amazon. One of them worked just right, but the other one jammed when I tried to move the blade in and out. I had to send it back for a replacement, and the replacement work just fine. I am a little disgruntled about the fact that one of them was malfunctioning. I think Stanley workmanship has gone downhill. Nevertheless this is a good knife.
This is a nice yellow and black utility knife by Stanley. The outside is a yellow coated metal exterior, with black rubber on both sides to help you grip it and to prevent accidental slippage when in use.
To set up the blade for the first time, you will need a screwdriver to unscrew the one screw in the middle. Open it up and you will see three no. 11-921 blades included on the right. Take one out and place it on the left side just under the release button, it should fit in place. Close it back up, and screw the screw back in and you're set to go.
The button at the top locks into three positions. Push it down and move it to one of the three positions. You will know the blade is secure in its position when you feel it lock in place. When the blade gets dull you can open it back up and flip the blade to the other side. With three total blades and two sides each, you get the equivalent of six blades. At the end of the knife, there is a hole should you want to hang this on a wall.
I love Stanley's yellow and black color scheme and branding. The yellow indicates it could be a dangerous device, and to use caution. It's bright to see if it gets lost in a box of tools. And the color immediately lets you know this is a Stanley tool of some kind. It's a smart color for tools.
This is a useful product for all your heavy-duty cutting needs around the house. Recommended.
In the Amazon listing, this shows country of "Origin" as USA, but when you get the product you find out it is "Made in China".
Highly irritating to get stuck with something from China, when you're trying to buy American.
I like the bright yellow hi-viz case; it's too easy to lose the gray cutter in the clutter.
Yes, like others said, stanley has NOT improved its blade replacement system. It's still fussy, time consuming, and a little like assembling a watch. But it works.
This is thicker than my old cutter, and it sticks a little in my pocket, due to its grippy black rubber panels. But those panels are more than worth it in grip enhancement.
The body is thicker than the classic stanley, which makes it easier to use in the hand, but bulkier in the pocket.
I would buy again.
First, the advantage of this over the Fastback: There are three stops to control the exposed length of the blade.
Neither here nor there: The grip is definitely solid on this Stanley, however the Fastback is more ergonomically designed. This Stanley has room to store 3 blades, the Fastback does not. (The revised Fastback II has storage, but is too fat for my hands.) However, changing blades on the Stanley is not easy. Every time I unscrew the Stanley to access the blades, both the extra blades and the blade-holding mechanism pop out and it takes a while to reseat the blade-holding mechanism. Conversely, changing blades on the Fastback is very simple.
Cons: It doesn't feel as solid as the Fastback. Exposing the blade is really easy on the fastback. There are spots where the yellow paint is missing/chipped.
Tip: You might still be able to find the Fastback at your favorite brick and mortar "hardware" depot for $10. It's being phased out for the Fastback II, though.