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Model # DWHT11004

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Heavy-Duty Blades for Utility Knives (75-Pack)

$14.97 /each

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Model # DWHT11004

Internet # 202710456

Store SKU # 394812

The DEWALT heavy-duty utility knives blades are heat treated for durability. The blade-grinding geometry is designed to deliver first-cut sharpness. Each pack contains 75 blades. They are constructed to be used with most standard utility knives.

  • Designed to fit most standard utility knives
  • Heat treated for durability
  • Induction hardened with grind angles for enhanced sharpness and strength
  • Blade-grinding geometry designed to deliver first-cut sharpness
  • Includes 75 blades

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
1.5 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
7.5 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
3.8 in 
Blade width (in.) 
0.87 
Details
Can Be Sharpened 
No 
Hand Tool Type 
Blade 
Product Weight (lb.) 
.85 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Tools Product Type 
Hand Tool 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Lifetime 

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How do you get the knife blades out of the container?

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March 26, 2016
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This is why...when you try to initially figure out how this works. You're most likely not looking at the dispenser from above. You're so caught up in figuring out why the yellow pull out piece opens but not all the way to give you access to the blades.... that you don't notice that the blade is already on the yellow pull out. It's so easy that you figure it has to be harder.
In short when you first pull
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This is why...when you try to initially figure out how this works. You're most likely not looking at the dispenser from above. You're so caught up in figuring out why the yellow pull out piece opens but not all the way to give you access to the blades.... that you don't notice that the blade is already on the yellow pull out. It's so easy that you figure it has to be harder.
In short when you first pull forward the yellow pull out piece look down from the top of the dispenser and you will see the blade.
Steve Jobs must have made it- it's so obviously easy. Once you get past over thinking it.
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April 15, 2014
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The case they were shipped in works by using a system that when opened a new blade is ready for you to pick up. When you close the blade holder a new blade populates the holder for your next use. Similar to a tray that swings out by one end from under the blades. When you push it closed the blades drop down and you next blade is waiting on you when you pull it open again.
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January 25, 2014
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While holding the blade holder in your left hand you'll see a thumb hole on the lower right corner, you place your right thumb into the hole, push it out to the left and out comes one blade. If you've attached it to a wall you'll need to place your left thumb into the thumb hole on the lower right corner and pull to the left. I had fun figuring this out. I was worried I'd break the case, but it's a lot Read More
While holding the blade holder in your left hand you'll see a thumb hole on the lower right corner, you place your right thumb into the hole, push it out to the left and out comes one blade. If you've attached it to a wall you'll need to place your left thumb into the thumb hole on the lower right corner and pull to the left. I had fun figuring this out. I was worried I'd break the case, but it's a lot sturdier than I thought it would be, being made of plastic. The mechanism is really tight to start with but it gets easier, the more blades you take out the easier it gets. Hope this helps.
I'd like to know if there's any way to refill the blade holder.
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December 2, 2013
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I figured it out myself. You pull the bottom piece toward you with your finger and the plastic case at the bottom swings toward you and presents on blade. There were no directions for this on the package.
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how do you get the blades out

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October 31, 2015
have read the submitted answers and after spending the last hour will be taking this back to Home Depot, it's possible it's a product defect but buying a product that is so unintuitive and lacking any sort of instructions will certainly influence future purchases with DeWalt brand name.
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the folks at Home Depot come through. a little thought at DeWalt would be nice, an icon or 2 on device would lead to an intuitive solution to first time users. Holding package in front, place right thumb in slot so that thumb is lateral, thumb nail between slot separating the yellow and black section, push across unit, right to left, your thumb nail will force the yellow section out, blade is dispensed Read More
the folks at Home Depot come through. a little thought at DeWalt would be nice, an icon or 2 on device would lead to an intuitive solution to first time users. Holding package in front, place right thumb in slot so that thumb is lateral, thumb nail between slot separating the yellow and black section, push across unit, right to left, your thumb nail will force the yellow section out, blade is dispensed on top of yellow swing section. It is a clever device. Read Less
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Is there any way to reload the container? I noticed a slot on the top that looks like you can.

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MUCH better than Husky Blades I have always had good experience with DeWalt utility blades. Ran out of an old DeWalt 100 pack a few weeks back and had to grab Husky Heavy Duty 10 pack in a hurry. Had been cutting plastics (not as hard as PVC pipe) with the Husky blades and they were horrible. Cutting with these new blades is like night and day when compared to the Husky blades. The DeWalts are sharper, the points don't break off as easily, and they do indeed last longer. I agree with the other reviews about there being no instructions on how to get the blades out. I consider myself an intelligent guy and it took me a few minutes to figure it out...more than it should have! February 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality Does not hold up to comparable blades. Wears out too quickly, Though, they are cheap, it's still not worth it. Better off buying different brand. January 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by a good little storage case for blades Almost all manufacture these days have the same design but I have found this case to be very useful for storing blades. It fits nicely on my work bench and I really have no complaints. It releases blades when I want them and is easy to operate. March 11, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Blades are effective and the dispenser works pretty good. No compaints. Nice case and dispenser. Blades seem to cut well and last as expected. April 15, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Awful. No directions on how to get the blades out. Absloutely no directions on how to get the blades out. Once I figure it out, it MIHGT be OK. April 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Heavy-Duty Blades for Utility Knives (75-Pack) Once I figured how to get the blades out it's been a great way to store blades. January 25, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Durable and Strong Bought these for our warehouse guys, they have proven to be stronger than the previous brand we used and hold their edge longer. January 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Do what they were made to do Can't get too excited here- they are utility knife blades. What can I say, they do the job they were made to do. Not much else. The 75 pack is a much better value than the smaller packages. They should last me about ten years or more... June 25, 2013
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