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X-Acto X2000 No-Roll Rubber Barrel Knife with #11 Replaceable Blade and Safety Cap (X3724)

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The X-ACTO X2000 Precision Knife is the ultimate cutting tool for precision and accuracy. Does your job or project require surgical precision and laser like accuracy? The X2000 Precision knife is the blade that you are looking for. Made from the same quality materials as the original X-ACTO knife, the X2000 Precision Knife is sleek and comfortable to hold. However, the true brilliance of this precision cutting tool is in its design. You’ll be able to make even the most complex cuts with confidence and ease – no matter how small and no matter how detailed. The original X-ACTO knife has been praised for more than 50 years as the standard for precision. Attaining this level of precision, accuracy and reliability starts with supreme quality craftsmanship. The X-ACTO X2000 Precision Knife is built with a carbon steel blade for a reliable cut every time. But in the end, what really makes this knife special is in the details. Small, detailed cuts are made with precision, accuracy and confidence with the X2000 Precision Knife.

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Brand Name Bienfang
Item Weight 1 pounds
Product Dimensions 0.6 x 1.9 x 8.7 inches
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Item model number X3724
Color Black
Number of Items 1
Manufacturer Part Number X3724

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ASIN B0006HVRPO
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4.1 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,467 in Office Products (See top 100)
#11 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Craft Supplies > Craft Supplies > Cutting Tools > Craft Knives & Blades
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available April 18, 2006

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I've used Xacto knives (and their off brand cousins) for years now, mostly #1 and #2 knife handles. Solid, dependable, but also kinda hard on your hands after a few hours of use. So when I saw a rubber sleeved version, even for a few dollars more, I figured it was worth a try. And its not too bad, but it suffers from a few design flaws that had me reaching for the old faithfuls after a while.

1. The cap - yeah it isn't very secure on the knife. If you're used to the clear plastic caps of old that slide down over the knurled grip about an inch, this will seem very poorly secured by comparison. It looks like it will stay, but a bit of sideways force applied to the top of the cap and off it comes. The cap does fit onto the back end (I guess so you don't lose it), but it's even less secure there and will fall off with the slightest touch. No good.

2. Collet design - the biggest downfall of the design for me is the new version of the usual collet-and-sleeve blade clamp. In theory its the same as the old handles, but the increased sleeve length and the radial space between the collet and sleeve means that if you apply much force to the blade to cut something, the whole clamp assembly moves sideways. With the old handles, once the blade is clamped in place, the clamping end and main shaft are like one solid piece of metal. With the new design, the gap between collet and sleeve means too much force ends up being applied to the thread of the collet and it can't resist it. The sleeve pushes the collet until the threaded end of the collect moves in the main shaft. Its hard to describe well, but once you've had it happen to you a few times, you'll understand.

Increasing the tension on the clamp (ie.
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Being an artist/graphic designer for some 20 years, I've been through a number of X-acto blade handles. I started with the perfunctory straight metal handle and while it did the job, it wasn't always easy to use, especially for long periods of time.

Somewhere along the line I picked up one of these more ergonomic handles and since then I've bought four more. There is no way I am going back the skinny metal one. The X2000s are easy to grip and comfortable in my palm. They give me a level of control that makes them a joy to use and they're built to take a lot of heavy use. I never had one break on me or be defective in any way.

Other handle models with swivel tips or more exotically shaped grips might be good for specific applications, but for general purpose use I always grab one of my X2000s. Just be sure to always keep a sharp blade in them.
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I bought 5 of these knifes for our workshop, I use X acto knifes all my life, but looking at the many products I have from them, more and more are turning out to be only competitors to the cheap Chinese products. I think they lost their professionalism somewhere along the way, this knife definitely proves that. Looks great, but that's it. The plastic cap is cheap, too hard and cracks all the time, not to mention that it doesn't hold in place on the knife. And the worst part about this knife is that once you use it a few times the silicone part of it gets loose and you have to use pliers to hold the new blade while turning the rear section when replacing the blade because the front silicone part just spins around.
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I purchased this knife to use as a woodworking marking knife. It works great for just that.
The ONLY think that i am not so happy with is the protective cap for the blade. It's a bit loose and i can not trust it to stay on if i were to put it in an apron pocket. Other than that it has a nice feel when using it and it works as i had hoped.
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I've used many Xacto knives over the years, and this one is by far my favorite. I've had mine for nearly ten years now and it's still working wonderfully. I originally bought it in college to make models, but have found it also works well for various crafts. I've cut materials such as chipboard, cardboard, museum board, foam core, poster board, construction paper, cardstock, thin sheets of plastic, etc. The rubber coating makes it so much more comfortable over others when cutting for long periods of time. The blade is easy to change by simply twisting the top rubber part of the knife, and I haven't had any trouble with the blades slipping.

I do agree with other reviewers that the safety cap doesn't stay on very well. I don't even know where mine is at this point. However, I keep mine in an art box, so this really isn't too much of an issue for me.

If you make models or craft a lot, I would highly recommend this knife.
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By bs on April 24, 2014
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I've used two different hobby knives, one off brand and one x-acto and they were both terrible. They would come loose and the blade would fall out or wiggle while cutting. But this. This is awesome. Comfortable to use for long periods and has not come loose once in the couple months I've used it. Great product, would definitely recommend.
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So comfortable! I got this because I do scratchboard art and my metal ones hurt to hold for a long time because they are too skinny and have no comfort grip. This one however is so comfortable and grippy. I've used it for hours at a time and my hand doesn't hurt! If you need one for comfort I say get this one. It's a great price for the hours you're gonna get from it. Picture posted is one I did with this knife. See all the little tiny scratches I had to make? My normal knife would have cramped my hand doing a fraction of those but I was able to do ALL of them without any pain. Definitely worth the 5 stars in my book.
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