Specifications & Dimensions
|Item Weight (lbs.):||0.75|
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|Handle Type:||Comfort grip|
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Ratings & Reviews
Folding Utility Knives to Get the Job Done
Combining rugged durability and convenience, these lockback utility knives from Craftsman feature a unique patented blade mechanism that truly sets them apart. Black comfort grip handles and stainless steel construction gives these knives a sleek look and endurance that will last for a lifetime. The strength of a fixed blade with the portability of a pocket knife, toss one it your pocket and always be ready to get the job done.
- Folding utility knife set includes 2 knives
- First knife accepts standard full-sized utility blades, includes nylon belt pouch
- Second knife accepts mini utility blades, can be stored in pocket or even on keychain
- Convenient blade changing mechanism is fast and requires no tools
- Comfort grip handles deliver traction and warmth to the touch
- Strong corrosion-resistant stainless steel construction for years of dependable use
- Sales of knives is prohibited or restricted in the following states, AL, FL, ID, KS, MA, MD, ME, MS, NC, NY, OH, OK, RI, TX, VI, WA, WI, WV
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on February 16, 2009
Overall, others give this:
I bought this set to have a few additional knives floating around the house. I already have a Kobalt knife which I've used regularly for several years. - The Craftsmans have a hard grip; the Kobalt knife has a rubbery grip. - The Craftsmans do not come with any extra blades; the Kobalt did. - The Craftsmans have no built in blade storage; the Kobalt does (I miss this feature in particular). - The Craftsman set is a set including the mini-knife; the Kobalt wasn't. - The Kobalt was a few bucks cheaper. Finally, although they don't make it too clear on the website, these are Made In China. That's always sort of double sad for something with the Craftsman name on it.
Los Angeles, CA
These utility knives are a very nice finish and quality. The dark inset pieces of wood give it a luxurious feel. The heaviness of the knives also make them seem of high quality. The opening and closing action is quite smooth and the blade holding design at the head ensures the blades are in tightly and do not move. They use commonly available blades and come with a pouch. I keep the larger knife in the pouch and the smaller keychain knife in my glovebox. The thumb nub makes it easy to open with one hand. Closing the knife with one hand is possible, but takes dexterity due to the locking mechanism being so robust. It's great to have a utility knife around for cutting into boxes and saving my pocket knife blade for less mundane items.
Salt Lake City, UT
Fort Lauderdale, FL
West Milton, OH
I use this knife hundreds of times a day at work. It is a strong, well weighted knife. I had used one for the last two years, just replacing the blades as needed. I was forced to replace it because an unscrupulous co-worker stole it. I wouldn't buy anything else.