Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sam2 This is a classic
This is the knife I started dry walling with in the 60s. I have used retractables, ergonomic knives, and cheap knock-offs but this is the knife I always go back to. And it still fits the original sheath. Not fancy, just durable and good quality. Takes about 30 years of daily use to wear one out but it will usually get "borrowed" before that.
December 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sutton Fixed Blade Utility Knife
Sharp cuts shingles to fit area on roof. Does the job.
Needs to be sharp and sturdy and it is. Work faster with sharp Knife.
December 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hellcat1st Stanley CG Fixed Blade Knife
I really couldn't get along without this knife. It does just about anything and is one of the most useful tools to grace a tool box.
Worth the price and durable as well. What more can be said - just remember to keep spare blades in the same place.
December 20, 2008
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Bill Cumbersome to expose blade
Need to use a screwdriver before and after each use to expose and retract blade.
December 31, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Allen1963 Stanley Fixed Blade Utility Knife
With the Stanley One Position 10-199 Fixed Blade Utility Knife more than half of the blades cutting edge is exposed. That's a problem when a dull blade is flipped. The center of the blades cutting edge is reused so it's dull at the handle where most cuts are made.
With the Stanley Two Position 10-299 Fixed Blade Utility Knife less than half of the blades cutting edge is exposed. That's a problem when a dull blade is flipped. One third of the blades center cutting edge is unused and wasted.
With the Stanley One Position 10-705 Fixed Blade Utility knife the blades cutting edge is perfectly split. There's NO PROBLEM when a dull blade is flipped. You Get Full Use Of Every Blades Entire Cutting Edge. I also like the easy open blade change thumb screw on this Ergonomic highly visible yellow all metal utility knife. I replaced all my Utility Knives with the Stanley 10-705 Fixed Blade Utility Knife.
Rust is a problem when the 11-921 Blade gets wet. I did find some 92 type Stainless Steel Utility Blades online. None were made by Stanley. I'd like to see Stanley making 92 type stainless blades in the future. A Stanley One Position 10-705 Fixed Blade Utility Knife with a Stanley Stainless Steel Blade would be the perfect Utility knife, Hunters knife, Fishing knife, etc.
June 23, 2013