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Husky

Model 97724

Internet #204279496

Store SKU #1000016107

Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife (2-Pack)

$9.88 /each

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The Husky 2-Pack Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife includes 2 knives and 2 utility blades. This knife features a quick change blade mechanism that locks a standard utility blade in place for safety and efficient cutting. The handle is made of lightweight, durable aluminum for strength and features a convenient folding design. These knives are great for use at home, on the job or outdoors.

  • Ergonomic, textured aluminum handle provides non-slip and comfort usage
  • Folding design for convenience and safety
  • Quick change blade mechanism
  • Convenient belt clip, as well as an end clip for hanging
  • Includes 2 knives and 2 utility blades
  • Husky style design

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Can you purchase more replacement blades for it?

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August 10, 2016
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You sure can! This knife takes a standard blade size. You can get them anywhere, in packs of 5 or 100.
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Can you use machine oil on these?

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Denver, Colorado
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January 11, 2016
My folding utility knife is sticking when it opens, and doesn't always lock in the open position. Stiff to unlock as well.
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January 26, 2016
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Machine oil will not damage this item.
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How to put in a new blade

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Frederick, MD
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November 8, 2015
I can't get a new blade to go into the Husky folding lock back utility knife. The sign on the knife says to press in on the button on the blade holder part of the knife near the handle. I do that and still can't get a blade to slide into the slot. It feels like there is something blocking the slot near the middle of the entry point to the slot. There is no way any blade will go into that slot as long as this blockage is there.

Am I doing something wrong or is the knife broken?

Thank you .
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Medford , Or
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January 4, 2016
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I have the same problem taking it back to home depot tomorrow . Only had it 5 years and already won't let me change blades . I hope they did a design change . I will get a new one free .
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November 9, 2015
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First of all it appears there are a few different varieties of the Husky folding knife. For one of them you press down on the button to remove the blade, for another, you push the button up. It sounds like you have one that requires pushing the button in. If it seems like there is something preventing the blade from going into the slot, it could be that the button is not engaging the blade retention Read More
First of all it appears there are a few different varieties of the Husky folding knife. For one of them you press down on the button to remove the blade, for another, you push the button up. It sounds like you have one that requires pushing the button in. If it seems like there is something preventing the blade from going into the slot, it could be that the button is not engaging the blade retention mechanism. In other words the button is not pushing the internal part that holds the blade into the knife when the button is released. If you have verified that there is nothing stuck in the slot, then I suspect the knife is defective. I suggest you take the knife to Home depot and speak with one of the associates. They should be able to check the tool and if defective, will most likely replace it for you. Read Less
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how do I get the old blade out to replace it?

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Savannah Georgia
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September 1, 2015
I have followed the directions as presented on the knife pushing the slide back. There is no release of the blade.
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June 18, 2016
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You press the release button toward the handle and slide the outer part that has the oval hole down and this will reveal the blade, so you can lift it out.
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October 25, 2015
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I had to look at everyones answers to get my mind open to understand my blade:
The top of the blade has a flip lid. Once that is open, you can see from the top
edge where to press to open the blade area.
Thanks everyone!
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October 5, 2015
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We must be talking about different knives. The one I refer to has a small button just in front of the handle. The problem is keeping the blade in. It falls out with annoying regularity.
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September 2, 2015
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There is a release on the back of the handle blade, when pressed down it allows the blade to slide out and a new one slide in.
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September 1, 2015
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Hello Bill,
You release the blade by pressing the brass button and sliding the old blade out.
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Hello Bill ,
You release the blade by depressing the brass button and sliding the old blade out.
Thanks for your inquiry.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 146 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not for real work I'm on my forth one and I'm done. After a couple weeks of use the blades have jammed and will no longer release to be changed. This happened on everyone one and from 3 different stores. Waste of money. Maybe works for weekend warrior type jobs, but not a real job site. More Chinese junk. August 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by This knife's blade does not pull out. I currently have five Husky utility knives. I bought this one because I had temporarily lost four of them. I have a gold, a silver*, a black*, a red*, and this orange one. All but this one have the blade release toward the front of the blade hinge and you push up on it to release the blade. This one has the release near the handle and you depress a button to release the blade. When cutting thick material, the other knifes releases the blade making it somewhat unsafe to handle, this one does not. I WOULD NOT recommend the other Husky knives. I would recommend this one. *Bought as a set. March 11, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very poorly engineered tool There was little thought that went into the design of this knife. While it is made from good materials that fact is overshadowed by the poorly designed blade release button. The knife is not very long so when you get a good grip on the handle, it is very easy to slightly depress the blade release button resulting on the blade falling out. If the button was lower or designed to release when lifted it may help. I would not recommend this tool as there are many other knives available that do not have this kind of problem. I am a handyman so I use many tool sin many situations and this one has frustrated me to the point that I threw it in the garbage. October 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by very useful on everyday work The knife is a must have on all my heating cooling and appliance jobs use it more times in one day than I can even count. Very durable product. Its easy to use and great folding action lasts years unless you loose them of leave them at a job site. June 13, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointing Blade is not securely held in position. A useful knife MUST have a firmly fixed blade! Too bad a nice idea was poorly executed. February 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Improvement Over Old Style I really like this style of utility knife over the older style that had two halves held together with a screw. I always hate having to grab a screwdriver to replace a dull blade. With this knife, the blade comes out with the flip of a lever. Of course the trade-off is no internal blade storage, but I still prefer this design. January 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cut Hazard The push button model is 100 times better hard to close when dirty December 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Little screws fall out I guess I can recommend this, if you do one thing when you get it home: Take out all of the little screws and apply a threadlocker such as Loctite. Otherwise you will lose the screws eventually, I guarantee it. October 5, 2015
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