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Craftsman Slide Locking Utility Knife

Item# 00994877000P | Model# 80701 | Added on August 10, 2012 |
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Craftsman Slide Locking Utility Knife
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The Trusty Craftsman Slide Locking Utility Knife The Slide Locking Utility Knife is a trusted companion in any workshop or kitchen drawer. The sturdy aluminum handles ensure a precise cut while the stainless steel frame prolongs the life of the utility knife. The knife includes one blade and features a slide-open mechanism for storage with a safety blade lock. Craftsman’s Locking Utility Knife can lock in any position with an easy lock-unlock lever on the side.

  • Tackle a variety of projects with Locking Utility Knife
  • Includes 1 blade
  • Sturdy aluminum handles
  • Easy blade-change mechanism and slide-open storage container
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January 14th, 2013

Appears to be a good item, with a slight flaw that the screws work loose and fall out regularity. The concept of this knife is great just needs a little more engineering application and thought!!! You replace it because it is a CRAFTSMAN TOOL but,what a pain!!!!

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By TechTalkGuy
September 2nd, 2013
Looks can be deceiving

I owned this knife for a short while before returning it for a refund. Pros: Small size, light weight, fits in back pocket. Cons: Blade wobbles very loose, locking mechanism unlocks in back pocket, unfolds when removing from back pocket, exposing the blade risking injury, the length of the switch goes back too far to operate with one hand (always had to use two hands to slide without dropping), made in china. I recommend buying a Stanley utility knife with a screw -- it will hold up under heavy load, fits in pocket and will not release when removing from back pocket. Buyer Beware!

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Rubber sides could really enhance the looks and feel


Does it’s job however, doesn’t feel good in your hands.

September 19th
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Ergonomic, Simple, Perfect


Use this everyday at work. I recommend pairing it with Sharp Point Blades but it also accepts Round Edged utility Blades. I personally use Stanley branded utility blades in mine but Craftsman branded utility Blades.

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Jordan Feero
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Excellent little blade, minor tinkering might be needed.


SHC employee here, this blade is great for general use cutting/opening. A few issues that members come up with is that the blade is wobbly, or it will open in the pocket when the blade is supposed to be locked, heres how to fix that issue-
Take an Allen key and adjust the 4 bolts on the silver metal plate until the blade assembly does not wobble, or you feel some resistance when trying to slide the blade out.

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