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Model #86-212-0111

Store SKU #1002909071

18 mm and 9 mm Snap-Off Knife Set (2-Piece)

  • Dulled knife tip snaps off cleanly for a sharper cutting edge
  • Adjust blade length with built-in slide and lock mechanism
  • Back end of handle unclips for a quick and easy blade change
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Product Overview

The ANVIL 2-Piece Snap Off Knife Set features an 18 mm Snap Knife and a 9 mm Snap Knife.The plastic housing is durable and is designed to resist the elements. The 18 mm blade has 7 cutting points the 9 mm blade features 12 cutting points. The fully retractable blades lock in any position for safe cutting. When the blade gets dull, simply break off a segment for a sharp new edge.
  • Snap-off cap
  • Durable plastic housing
  • Self locking blade slide for safety
  • 18 mm blade has 7 cutting points
  • 9 mm blade has 12 cutting points
  • Accepts universal snap-off replacement blades
  • 1 Year Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
9.45
Blade Width (in.)
0.71
Handle Length (in.)
9.45
Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Length (in.)
1
Product Width (in.)
4.33

Details

Blade Edge Type
Straight Edge
Blade Material
Steel
Features
Blade Storage,Removable Blade,Retractable Blade
Hand Tool Type
Utility Knife
Handle Material
Plastic
Individual/Set
Individual
Knife Type
Utility Knife
Lock Type
Spring Lock
Number of Pieces
2
Product Weight (lb.)
0.2
Replacement Blade Type
Snap Off Blade Knives
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year

Questions & Answers

4Questions17Answers

How to replace the blade ?

Asked by Tony September 1, 2020
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Answers

The back clip pulls off and allows you to swap blades.

Can you store blades in either knife?

Asked by John July 2, 2019
5
Answers

There is a slot accessed from the base to store blades. You get to it by removing the base end cap which is not easy - - but is a good thing and less likely to accidentally come off.

Can large blade be fully extended to mimick a pocket knife?

Asked by SushiBreath September 11, 2018
5
Answers

You probably could, but I wouldn't since they are snap off blades. It sure would suck if it snapped off and sliced your hand mid cut.

How remove old blade to install new (9mm)?

Asked by Scot July 28, 2018
5
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Slide (retract) the blade all the way in. Remove the base cap. Continue to slide the blade out of the base end. You will see the blade is now removable from the mechanism latch. Replace the blade and reassemble.

Customer Reviews

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great razor set
This anvil razor set is excellent and for a great price. Cuts smooth, and sharp. Feels great in the hand and and easy to slide up and down.
by crazystang70
1 person found this helpful
Great budget retractable knife set with storage for extra blades in both sizes
Can store 6 spare blades in the 18mm knife and 4 in the 8mm knife.
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I like these knives over the dollar store or other cheap plastic snap off blade knives. They hav...
I like these knives over the dollar store or other cheap plastic snap off blade knives. They have a nice metal holder for the blade and it keeps the blade straight & doesn't wobble & feel safe in hand. These are a bargain and will no longer buy the cheap ones knowing these are available. I used the larger knife for cutting thick insulation extending the blades all the way and it worked great. The positive clicks as you extend the blade also gives confidence while cutting in that the blade won't slip, as many times the cheap knives have done for me in the past.
by MikeTheReviewer
9 people found this helpful
Very nice & economical snap off razors! This two pack has both sizes which are great for differe...
Very nice & economical snap off razors! This two pack has both sizes which are great for different jobs that require smaller or larger razor sizes!! The knives have a self locking mechanism that is great for keeping the blade secure while in use. The knives also have a nice pocket clip for use on the backside! I would strongly recommend! These are great to have around in the garage, basement, and my work truck. It seems like I am always looking for a knife like this! A+
by HomeDepotCustomer
These are high quality snap off retractable blades that come in two sizes. Both can be used for i...
These are high quality snap off retractable blades that come in two sizes. Both can be used for identical purposes. The smaller one is easier to carry around in a pocket but is very sturdy compared to others in that size that I've used in the past. These are a must have when cutting drywall since it is very easy to snap off a blade. The sliding mechanism on both is very smooth and has a safety that keeps the blade from sliding out accidentally.
by JoeFromOH
Anvil brand Snap-off Utility Knife Set This is a set of two different size utility knives. The...
Anvil brand Snap-off Utility Knife Set This is a set of two different size utility knives. The blades retract/extend with the slide button, and effectively lock in place during use, but are easy to rock the slide button and retract the blades when not in use. They take the standard replacement blades, that are the “snap-off” kind. When the forward edge of the blade gets dull from use, you can snap it off at the next score line, and have a fresh cutting edge again. The small knife has a 9mm wide blade (3/8”), and the larger knife has a 18mm wide blade (3/4”). The blades are sharp, and the handles are large enough and relatively comfortable to hold/use. I’m happy with these knives.
by Scheck
This set includes two sizes of retractable, snap-off blade utility knives. The larger knife is suitable for the uses typically performed with a conventional utility knife (cutting boxes, opening packaging, cutting cord, etc.) while the smaller size would be more suitable for detail work where more agility is needed along with a smaller physical size to get into tight spaces (perhaps trimming stencils). Both knives permit one to extend the active cutting segment to one of three extensions, limiting the amount of exposed blade to the minimum needed. Both knives, as well, have an integrally molded “loop” that one could insert a lanyard through to tether the knives, however only the smaller knife provides a pocket clip. The convenience of the multi-segment snap-off blades is that one always (until using the last segment) has a sharp edge at the ready should the need arise. To that end, both knives incorporate a slot in the removable end cap for use in snapping off the used segment. There is no built-in receptacle to hold used segments prior to disposing of them (a lack not unique to these particular knives). The blade extension slider on the smaller knife allowed movement of the blade whenever the slider was depressed, regardless of thumb position on the slider. Additionally, the “ratchet” mechanism permitted extension of the blade (for example if it was stuck in a work piece and one attempted to withdraw it) without the slider being depressed at all. Additionally, once you have gotten to the last half of the smaller blade, when gripping the knife, one’s thumb will almost naturally land on the slider resulting in possible blade movement. If held like a pencil, while doing detail work, inadvertent contact with the slider would less likely. In summary, although both knives do not have a positive acting latch for the blade, when extended, the larger of the two knives will suffice for most utility knife functions. The smaller knife would be best reserved for more delicate detail work where it will be handled with finesse, rather than gripped with brute force.
by DonK
2 people found this helpful
Anvil Retractable Snap-Off Knife Set I first bought a snap-off retractable knife in Japan in 1970 and have had one or two ever since. And that first one rode in my Viet-Nam era survival kit for over 20 years in the Marines. Since then I have learned time and time again the safety and importance of having a sharp knife handy adaptable for a variety of jobs. We recycle a lot of cardboard boxes and several went under these Anvil knifes to see how long they remained sharp and safe. Well I sliced through six boxes of pretty large size and the knives kept their edge just fine. Then I cut larger side pieces again so they would fit the recycle bin. No problem. Then I snapped-off the used tips just to ensure that the next time I needed them they would be good to go. One feature I Iiked was the that the blade position is locked in place by the extending slider and this requires a deliberate thump push to retract, so keeping the blade length setting you set (see photos).
by ColdBlue
1 person found this helpful
This snap-off knife set is an amazing value; versatile for all your projects around the house and...
This snap-off knife set is an amazing value; versatile for all your projects around the house and the workshop. There’s been so many variations of these great utility knives since Olfa’s original design over seven decades ago. When I was a student, I’d used Olfa knives to cut chipboard (cheap thin cardboard) when making architectural models. Cardboard is rough on blades and the snap-away feature of these blades meant you’ll always have a sharp blade at your fingertip. This two-pack knife set from Anvil carries on the tradition well; and at less than two bucks for the set (less than a buck per knife!) , you can’t beat this value! The sliding-locking mechanism works well to adjust the blade length. Remember when it’s time to snap the dull tip off - adjust out the dull tip so the score line is lined up with the metal frame edge. Firmly hold the knife face down and away from you with your thumb on the backside of the knife. Hold the knife almost flat on a hard surface, press the tip down while bending up the back and the tip should snap away cleanly. Slide out a nice sharp tip and continue on with your work!
by BrooklynBumpkin
Nice size snapoff knives for a multitude of uses. We use these to open packages in our shipping d...
Nice size snapoff knives for a multitude of uses. We use these to open packages in our shipping department. They work great, stay sharp, and the blades retract for safety so you can keep it in your pocket. The plastic handles are comfortable in the hand. Easy and quick to snap off a dull blade and instantly have a sharp knife again. These knives accept any brand of blades, have a 1 year warranty, and don't fall apart if you drop it on the floor. Bargain price for a great knife.
by RANDALL
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