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Stanley 10-778 FatMax Retractable Utility Knife, 2-7/16, Yellow/Black

Item# SPM11936101116 | Model# 10-778 | Added on January 30, 2014 |
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Stanley 10-778 FatMax Retractable Utility Knife, 2-7/16, Yellow/Black
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Featuring a blade clamp, soft touch panels, and an ergonomic design, the FatMax 6-5/8" Retractable Utility Knife gives you the cutting control you need. It is easy to keep clean, simple to u

These knifes are constructed with a rugged metal body for durability. The rapid load blade changing system does not require the use of tools. New blades can be held in the knife’s blade storage.

  • Bi-material handle with a soft comfort grip for safety
  • Blade clamp eliminates blade wobble
  • Blade wiper removes excess dirt and protects knife
  • Pop-up blade dispenser for easier access
  • Blade locks in place
  • Retractable blade
  • Handle can store extra blades
  • Supplied with FatMax blades
  • WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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    By stanleytools
    December 8th, 2017
    Works fine.

    The blade is easily put in by pressing a red button on the side, if you don't lock it propperly in place it will fall out, but if you have half a brain you can figure out how to use the knife in 5 minutes

    2 found this review helpful
    Criticism
    By stanleytools
    January 15th, 2018
    Really dump design

    I bought the knife about 1 month or 2 ago and without instructions I could not work out how to install the blade. The most stupid design idea ever! Seriously, you guys need to take this unit off the market and rethink your marketing strategy. I am so peeved off that I will NEVER buy one of you u-knives again.

    5 found this review helpful
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    stanleytools

    Poor Design

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    I have 2 of these and it is difficult to load the blades and Stanley does not have any instructions on line.

    September 11th via stanleytools
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    stanleytools

    Looks nice but functions poorly.

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    Blade falls out. Plastic parts break. Blade will not retract or deploy without fiddling of broken plastic bits. Trash.

    July 25th via stanleytools
    2 of 2 found this review helpful.
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    stanleytools

    FatMax utility knife

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    Bought and delivered today jammed with an annoying piece of Stanley's plastic stopping the slide moving forwards, had to delicately remove hex screws and adjust carriage to function normally. Looks and feels like a great knife. Shame about the bad packaging.

    June 15th via stanleytools
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    stanleytools

    Impossible to load blades!

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    Lousy directions on packaging, not even bothering to create a how to video, and I just couldn’t figure out how to SAFELY load blade into the 10-778 FatMax knife.

    May 5th via stanleytools
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    stanleytools

    A fine utility knife

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    The question is, "Why go with a more elaborate utility knife?" From the standpoint of functionality, a utility knife's purpose in life is to cut, plain and simple. But frequent use results in gravitating towards a tool that fits comfortably in one's hand, changes blades with ease, and (being a bright yellow) attracts the eye [in low light conditions] when given a choice among mere metal, mere pragmatic, mere utilitarian utility knives. It's a tool meant to be in my handy tool box and to be used (and will probably remain with me until my son latches his hand upon it during one of his visits.) [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

    April 10th via stanleytools
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