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Stanley Swivel Lock Knife

Item# 00931903000P | Model# 10-989 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Stanley Swivel Lock Knife
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Description
This Swivel-LockĀ® retractable utility knife has a 7 in. (178mm) handle length. Handle swivels open for quick, easy blade changes; no need for a screwdriver. Interlocking nose secures knife halves together to prevent spreading. Aluminum body for lighter weight. Large, comfortable handle design allows for extended use. Furnished with three 11-921 heavy duty utility blades.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.
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By msmanahan
April 7th, 2012
Best knife I've ever owned

I purchased this knife to use for work in the plastering industry. I've used other knives before but this one seems to last the longest and work the best. Everytime I go to Sears I pick another one up just in case they stop making them. It's not heavy or bulky and fits right in my pocket.

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Criticism
By stanleytools
August 26th, 2018
Would not recommend

I bought this knife about 3 weeks ago from my local hardware store and it probably worked fine for the first couple of days of light use and then jammed up constantly after. I liked the idea of the swivel open to access and change blades but it must make the mechanism too loose. I am going to get rid of it and buy a better one since it is so difficult to close/use.

2 found this review helpful
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stanleytools

Decent until you have to change a blade

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I opened the knife up to change the blade and the slide popped out. I of course did not recall exactly how it was placed and I cannot find any sort of diagram on the internet to show the way that the slide goes into the knife. I am really fed up with this company's failure to have useful information like a diagram for their tools. How hard is it to offer self-serve customer support like that? Get a new item in the catalog, post a page of information. Home Depot does it. Why can't you? You have fewer items, Stanley. I will likely end up buying another utility knife, which really ticks me off.

May 19th via stanleytools
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stanleytools

Great product!

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Before I bought the snap off retractable blade knife this is what I carried. I find the length and slight bend of the handle is great and no tools are required to change the blade. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

April 9th via stanleytools
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stanleytools

Wished it was better!

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I bought this knife new last fall. I have been using at work, I am an Electrician, almost everyday. Its light and narrow so it's convenient. BUT, the mechanism that extends and retracts the blade does not work smoothly constantly getting hung up and is very frustrating. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

April 9th via stanleytools
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stanleytools

Conveiniant

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I've had this knife for a number of years, changing blades is very quick and easy. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

April 7th via stanleytools
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stanleytools

Flimsy

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Barely used and it has already been impossible to get open so much for speed change this is the second one to jam when trying to open it and I had one for almost 5 years and never had a problem I had to buy a new one I thought it was bad so I bought a second one now I will never buy one again

March 24th via stanleytools
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