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Model DWHT10046

Internet #203516032

Store SKU #617683

Retractable Knife

$12.97 /each
  • Easy, tool-free blade change
  • Blade storage in handle
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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This Retractable Knife features a rugged handle constructed from metal for exceptional durability. You can easily change blades without the need for tools with the rapid load change system. Designed to handle a range of materials, the blade is retractable so you can select the right cut depth for each task.

  • Cuts a variety of materials with precision and ease
  • Rugged metal body for prolonged tool life
  • Rapid load blade changing system for quick, hassle-free blade changes
  • Blade storage provides convenient access to new blades
  • Retractable blade offers variable cut depth
  • Dual material handle for improved grip and control
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How do I get the blades loaded?

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Woodbridge, VA
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December 3, 2015
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Push the blade retract button (the button that slides the blade back and forth) down and forward as far as it will go. The button should be touching the metal just below the rubber thumb pad. If there is a blade already in the knife, push firmly and hold the black button located on the side of the knife close to the blade. While holding the button, pull the blade straight out. To install a new blade, Read More
Push the blade retract button (the button that slides the blade back and forth) down and forward as far as it will go. The button should be touching the metal just below the rubber thumb pad. If there is a blade already in the knife, push firmly and hold the black button located on the side of the knife close to the blade. While holding the button, pull the blade straight out. To install a new blade, push the same black button and insert the blade into the slot in the front of the knife(the same slot that you pulled the old blade out of). Push the blade all the way in, then let go of the button. Read Less
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St. Louis, MO, USA
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February 11, 2015
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There is a plastic tab on the handle that you need to press against to open the handle where the blades are stored.
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Norwalk, CT, USA
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Look on the computer. There is a U-Tube video to show you how. That's what I did.
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Benson AZ
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August 20, 2014
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That's a great question fred. First extend the blade fully the depress the 2 rubber buttons on the tip of the knife. Gently pull the blade out. (pliers are a safer way to do this). Place the new blade in the knife gentely and retract the blade . If you did this correctly the blade goes in.
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Why isn't there a video with this sku showing how to change the blade?my blade dropped into the slot and it will no come out?

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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Piece of Dung Couldn't remove/replace blade. Futzed with it like an idiot for awhile, couldn't figure out what seems obvious ("this thing here looks like it should be a release button"). Searched online, no instructions or anything. Finally looked up number on side, found these reviews, one mentioning to take it apart and put it back together. Did so, now it works. First and last Dewalt item I bother with - if they can't get this right I don't care what their name is or how good their other stuff is. June 3, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't bother Wish I could give this "Zero" stars. Blade changing feature does not work, could not add a new blade. Lack of instruction or no video posted with the sku is abysmal. Returning tomorrow. April 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unable to Change Blade Unable to change the blade. The blade release button on the side of this knife does not work. April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quality Product I have been using this knife for more than 2 years know as a professional carpenter. It still works the same as it did on day one. It has held up extremely well on the quality aspect, minus the normal wear and tear. I have never had any issues with inserting or removing the blades. It has worked well with both normal blades and hook blades. July 8, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Save your money Installed blade but it would not move out with lever. No way to remove it. Garbage! Now I'll have to drive a half hour to return it. April 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great tool I don't know why there are so many people having issues putting a blade into this knife? Mine brand new was a bit tight but it still only took me 1.5 min to load the blade in. I own both the folding and retractable versions and love them both equally. I would go with the folding one for a solid home use utility knife; but since I do commercial construction I ended up getting the retractable version for heavy duty work like cutting copious amounts of drywall. Ignore the bad reviews because a lot of them sound like operator error! August 7, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Knife from Dewalt I picked up a 2 pack of Dewalt utility knives. I have used these for years and there my preferred utility knife. First they stand out, easy to spot on my work truck. Who can't recognize Dewalts yellow on black? Easy to take apart if you ever have to. I have only had to open 1 up so far, after getting wet. I easily opened, cleaned and re-assembled.Didn't rust up either. March 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Knife This is one of the best utility knives I've used; and I've used several. This knife feels good in your hand and the weight is also nice. Some of the reviews mentioned that the blade change procedure is awkward, and even dangerous. This is not the case. The quick change mechanism is almost identical to Stanley, Husky, and other brands that have the quick change feature. It is very easy to change blades on this knife. The only issue I have with this knife is that it is a little over priced. December 3, 2015
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