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Husky Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife (3-Pack)
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Husky

Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife (3-Pack)

  • Lifetime warranty (Guaranteed Forever)
  • Durable quality
  • Long lasting
$14.97 /each

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The Husky Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife (3-Pack) includes 3 knives and 3 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 3 knives and 3 utility blades

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Customer Questions & Answers

What blades does it use?

Asked by: bobsaf
It'll take any most manufactures and styles of utility blades
Answered by: Striperman32
Date published: 2016-07-02

how do I get the old blade out to replace it?

I have followed the directions as presented on the knife pushing the slide back. There is no release of the blade.
Asked by: Bill
Depends on the version of the knife. Mine has a silver slide-button and a white arrow on one side of the black part. Open the knife until the blade locks in place, then slide and hold the silver slide button in the direction indicated by the arrow. That unlocks the part with an oval hole. Rotate it down and away from the point of the blade. Lift out the old blade and lay the new blade in its place. Slide the silver button as before and rotate the part with the oval hole back up into place. Make sure the little hook on its end goes under the black part! If it won't go, open it again and check to be sure the blade is in the right place. Release the silver slide button and test to make sure the blade is secure.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-12-07

Where do I get a replacement hinge screw?

Asked by: John
No Need John. Just take it back to home depot and get a free one like me ;) .
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2016-12-07

How to put in a new blade

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 .
Asked by: Tom
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 .
Answered by: Rick
Date published: 2016-01-05
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Customer Reviews

Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife (3-Pack) is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 187.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-10-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2015-10-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from So frustrating!!!! I seem to be having the opposite problem as many of the other reviewers here have. Many mention that they can't keep the blade in, but I can't get mine out! They changed the release mechanism on these because I think the other one had rust issues, but the blades just wont release! every once in a while I may get lucky removing one with a set of grips, but that's not very safe at all. I have never had a razor knife give me this much trouble. These knives are more disposable than the replacement blades. Go with something better.
Date published: 2015-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2014-03-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Push button failure Just like other reviews. My push button stopped working after 4 months of use. As an electrician, I strip wires a lot. If you use a knife an extensive amount of time like me, the failure rate of this knife is unacceptable.
Date published: 2012-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from You can never have too many I love this knife. I've had several of them over the years. I don't wear them out, they get borrowed. Nobody takes them. Nobody puts them down somewhere and forgets where they are. It is always Somebody's fault but Nobody is blameless. I was very excited when I saw them in a 3 pack. Would that it was 12! They are the greatest tool for their simplicity and elegance of design. I love they can fold so they fit safely in a pocket till needed. I love how easy it is to change the blades and most of all I love how versatile they are. There are so many ways I end up using them that I can't list them all. A true Jack of all Trades. Get one. You won't be sorry.
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Convenient, but not durrable I really have taken a bitter-sweet opinion on this Husky folding knife. I like the fact that it folds, however...I have been through 3 of these in a year with only occasional use. The locking mechanism that holds the blade inside the handle gets stuck in either the locked or unlocked position (possibly due to corrosive materials) Therefore, either the blade gets stuck inside the handle or the handle will no longer hold the blade. Hence, it renders the tool "inopperable." This tool would be much better if it were stainless steel construction. I've quit buying this knife in the mean time until there is a re-design.
Date published: 2010-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-01-20
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