utility knife News & Reviews

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Screwpop Utility Knife 2.0 Review
Chris   December 07, 2015   0   8  
There are many who suggest carrying around a knife of some kind almost everywhere you go, after all, you never know when you might need it for convenience sake, or for emergency’s sake.  However, there are many that don’t like the idea of filling up their pockets with a bunch of extra weight. Ron's Utility Knife 2.0 is a new product from Screwpop that provides all the handiness of carrying around a basic pocket knife, without the bulk that is sometimes associated one.
Screwpop Utility Knife
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Chris   March 24, 2015   0   5  
The Screwpop Company started out with a simple tool that allowed people to have easy access to a bottle opener that doubled as a screwdriver and fit on a key ring. Now, a few years later, they have a number of bottle openers that all feature secondary tools, the latest being the Screwpop Utility Knife.
Milwaukee Fastback II 48-22-1902
Chris   May 09, 2013   0   1  
Milwaukee has seen so much success with their Fastback utility knife that they have decided to do it again. Meaning, they came out with a Fastback II utility knife. The Fastback II doesn't have any major changes over the previous model, but it does have the one thing everyone was asking for—on-board blade storage.
Chris   September 01, 2011   0   0  
I have never been a fan of folding utility knives. They always felts cheap, the mechanism that holds the blade in place seemed dangerous, and they were darn right uncomfortable to use. Their handiness was far outweighed by their design flaws. With all of the flaws in the Utility Folder class, could DeWalt's introduction of the DWHT10035 Folding Retractable Utility Knife do any better than the folders on the market today? DeWalt sent over the knife so I could find.
Chris   May 04, 2011   0   0  
Utility blades never seem to last long enough, and now finally somebody is doing something about it. Stanley has launched a new utility blade that uses carbide to help strengthen the edge of the blade. They use some cool new laser technology that deposits tungsten carbide powder onto the edge of every blade, then use diamond wheels to grind on a razor sharp finished angle. This new procedure is said provide the blades with an edge that outlasts the competition by more the five times, but still remains flexible. "The introduction of the new...
Chris   April 07, 2011   0   0  
When Black & Decker merged with Stanley we knew there would be some changes, but we had no idea Stanley, which is known for their hand tools, would be all but replaced by first Bostitch, and now DeWalt. But in fact the news is true; the DeWalt name will soon be found on a number of hand tools. DeWalt and hand tools just seems odd to me, but I am sure B&D has a plan. I guess it would help DeWalt if their yellow tools out numbered the other tools in one's tool bag; after all,...
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