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Fastback- Utility KnifeDesigned to activate the blade 3X faster than a 2-handed opening, the Fastback- Utility Knife features a one handed blade opening for easy activation. A tool free blade change allows for fast and efficient adjustments, while a thin body design makes it easy for a user to store the knife in their pocket. The integrated gut hook and wire stripper also increase utility. Features:One Handed Blade Opening - Flip Blade Open up to 3X FasterTool Free Blade Change - Change Blades up to 5X FasterWire Stripper - Strip up to 10 Gauge WireIntegrated Gut Hook - Cut Without Opening KnifeThin Body Design - Easy Pocket StorageSince its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty electric power tools and accessories available to the professional user. Today, the Milwaukee name stands for the highest quality, durable and reliable professional tools money can buy.
Product Title: Milwaukee Twins 48-22-1901 Milwaukee Fastback- Heavy-Duty Utility Knife
Manufacturer: Milwaukee Twins
Power Score: 5 | 16 Reviews
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Product Reviews (10)
The best utility knife I have ever owned.It cuts well and is easy to use.An additional plus is it was a great deal.
By papa on Home Depot - Jun 4, 2013
Good knife, good price
I was looking for good utility knife for a while, didn't really consider a folding knife. But I'm pleased with its quality and performance, very light weight, solid, super fast blade changing. I wish it would have a blade storage.
By GeneZ on Home Depot - Jun 4, 2013
I own a few varieties of utility knives. By far this recent purchase is my favorite one. Simple one hand open and close feature. The clip doesn't hold on too tight. Just perfect! Blade changes are simple as well.
By George on Home Depot - Apr 9, 2013
best knife i have ever used
I'm a pro.handyman,i do everything from framing to sheetrock to siding and metal trim. I have put this knife to the test from cutting sheetrock to striping wire. I have yet to have a problem with it. Want a good knife buy this one BEST KNIFE EVER
By bob1the1handyman on Home Depot - Apr 1, 2013
Only truly one handed flip utility knife I know of.
As a contractor I have used just about every utility knife made. I was reluctant to buy this one because of its cost, It was worth every extra penny. Here is why. Before the utility 'flip knife' was invented you had a choice between dozens of retractable knives all w/their own features...some better than others. But what they all lacked was a compact size. Until the flip knife, every pair of work...
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As a contractor I have used just about every utility knife made. I was reluctant to buy this one because of its cost, It was worth every extra penny. Here is why. Before the utility 'flip knife' was invented you had a choice between dozens of retractable knives all w/their own features...some better than others. But what they all lacked was a compact size. Until the flip knife, every pair of work pants I owned had a hole in its right front pocket and my leg was usually chaffed by the end of the day. I know, that's why they make knife holsters and tool belts to hold the thing, but at the end of the day, the one tool you never want to be w/o is your utility knife. Tool belts go on and off and if you (like I do) tend to work w/a J hook and a hammer holder on a regular work belt, it starts to get crowded when you start adding other tools. Besides, the knives were still too long and they had a tendency to poke me whenever I bent over or they'd simply fall out of my belt or holster a dozen times a day. So the flip knife w/far fewer features became my first choice for most jobs and depending on what I am doing, I sometimes carry 1 or 2 retractable knives along w/it if need be. The only real draw back to the flip knife was that you really need two hands to open and close them....that is until this knife! The skinny: -Truly single handed operation (it takes a little practice, but it is there). -Best belt clip I have come across. I wear the knife both inside my pocket and out. Either way, the clip glides over the top of my pocket and holds fast. It has done so for years. No more frayed pocket tops and bent- near useless clips. -Excellent construction. The entire knife is screwed together. The only drawback here, is the screws can in time come loose. The answer is Locktite. -effortless blade changing. -It is very comfortable to handle. -It does NOT carry any extra blades. No flip knives that I know of do. So in the instances when I need to change blades often, I carry a retractable as well. -If you use a knife daily, the extra cost is easily justified by the quality, comfort and ease of use.
By CoolD on Acme Tools - Mar 19, 2013