Milwaukee Announces A Sequel To Their Fastback Utility Knife—Fastback IIhttps://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/cf/03/da/Milwaukee-FAstback-II-48-22-1902-98-1368086961.jpg
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.
One thing that the lack of major changes proves is that Milwaukee got it right the first time. If you are new to the Milwaukee Fastback utility knife, let me go over some of the features. The Fastback's name comes from the fact that it is a folding knife that can be flipped open quickly with one hand. A push of a button and a flick of the wrist is all it takes to open it or conversely close it. But that is not all. Also featured on-board is a gut hook (string cutter) and a wire stripper. People are also fond of Milwaukee's choice to use a wire form belt hook. Like many newer utility knives on the market today, it also features tool-free blade changing.