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Slide-Out Utility Knives with General Purpose Blade Storage

$9.97
  • Side slide maximum control
  • Quick change: tool free blade change
  • Metal body
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Product Details

About This Product

The MILWAUKEE Side Slide Utility Knife features a slide button on the side to reduce accidental activation and retraction of the blade giving users maxumum control. The Milwaukee sliding pocket knife allows users to make quick, tool-free blade changes. The Milwaukee sliding utility knife has a metal body that provides durability while onboard blade storage allows users to store 5 extra blades. The side slide utility knife delivers increased comfort and reduced hand slippage with overmold grips.

Highlights

  • Side Slide
  • Quick Change
  • Metal Body
  • Stores 5 Extra Blades
  • Lanyard Hole
  • Overmold Grip
  • Three Blade Lock Positions
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  • Includes: one 48-22-1530
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Product Information

Internet # 309350825

Model # 48-22-1510

Store SO SKU #1004503367

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)

1.2 in

Blade Width (in.)

0.7500

Handle Length (in.)

6.25

Product Depth (in.)

6.74 in

Product Length (in.)

6.74 in

Product Width (in.)

0.99 in

Details

Blade Edge Type

Straight Edge

Blade Material

Steel

Features

Folding Handle, Lockable Blade, Removable Blade

Hand Tool Type

Utility Knife

Handle Material

Metal

Individual/Set

Individual

Knife Type

Utility Knife

Lock Type

Side Lock

Number of Pieces

1

Product Weight (lb.)

0.22 lb

Replacement Blade Type

Utility Knife Blades

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Product Type

Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

9Questions
caret
Q:how do you get new blade locked into position in the utility knife?
by|Oct 11, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  Please see our previous response!

by|Oct 18, 2023
    caret
    Q:how do you get new blade locked into position in the utility knife?
    by|Oct 11, 2023
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  ^

    by|Oct 18, 2023
      caret
      Q:how do you get new blade locked into position in the utility knife?
      by|Oct 11, 2023
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Please see our previous response!

      by|Oct 18, 2023
        caret
        Q:how do you get new blade locked into position in the utility knife?
        by|Oct 11, 2023
        1 Answer
        Answer This Question

        A:  We recommend that slide the button to "open" position (all the way toward the top of the tool) and then you will be able to press and hold down the blade change button on the back to insert the new blade. - Milwaukee Tool, Social Team

        by|Dec 26, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          3.6 out of 5

          • 3.6 out of 300 reviews
          • 43% recommend this product
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          BEST BOX CUTTET EVER
          Sliding box cutter knife is excellent. Ability to change blades without tools is a great feature that works as intended. I’ve owned many box cutters over the years and this is, hands down, THE BEST!
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            • Recommended
            The worst
            Ugh. I just wanted a quality and reliable razor knife, so I spent the extra $6 and went for this guy. Horrible! Blade slides around Didn’t come with extra blades Button for “quick change” broke All within 5 days. Used it 2x
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            Response from Customer CareJan 23, 2023
            We are sorry to hear you did not have the best experience with your Side Slide Utility Knife! Our team will reach out via email to assist. Thank you -Social Team
              Never
              Hardly used this knife when the slide broke, and now the blade won’t stay in the working position. Hardly any pressure causes the blade to retract into the housing, making it worthless to use.
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              Response from Customer CareNov 7, 2022
              Hi Greg- Our team will reach out to you via email to assist with this experience! Thank you -Social Team
                I will not buy this item again.
                Using This knife not good a all the blade comes out while in use and while not in use without pressing the blade release button at the corner of the knife.
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                Response from Customer ServiceSep 10, 2021
                Hello! We appreciate your feedback on the Side Slide Utility Knife. We will make our product management team aware of your concerns. -Cayla with Milwaukee Tool
                  Cheap Cost-Down Version of Old Knife
                  I bought the old version of this knife a few years ago and liked it so much, I bought what I thought was another one (this knife). Tried it out for a while, but it's just terrible, the ergonomics, the way the blade slides out, the sloppy one-way detents, etc., obviously a cost-reduced version of the previous design. It was so bad I hunted down the previous version, and threw this one in the trash before I hurt myself with it.
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                  Response from Customer ServiceJul 2, 2021
                  Hello BobL3, Thank you for your feedback on the Side Slide Utility Knife. We would like to gain a better understanding of your thoughts. Please email us at socialmedia@milwuakeetool.com.
                    I probably wouldn’t buy this one again
                    Overall I really liked this knife, however, I agree with other reviewers that the blade needed to be changed very soon. I’ve had the blade since November and I’ve changed the blade 5 times. I do use it a lot. But the real bummer was the rubber piece the extended the blade came off already.
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                      I am disappointed in this utility knife...not the quality of product I have come to expect from t...
                      I am disappointed in this utility knife...not the quality of product I have come to expect from the Milwaukee brand. First the good points: very comfortable/ergonomic to hold and blade extends easily. The disappointments: blade is very difficult to retract (which almost leaves you no choice but to let the blade remain out/unprotected between uses) and there are no instructions included on how to change blades. Furthermore, the package says there is storage for 5 blades, but no blades are included...not a huge deal, but kind of misleading. All in all, no improvement in a concept that has been around for decades.
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                      This is a high quality utility knife. This particular Milwaukee utility knife has two features t...
                      This is a high quality utility knife. This particular Milwaukee utility knife has two features that I haven't seen before. First, the metal body is made of aluminum, so it is surprisingly light weight. It's still very rigid and solid, but the knife is much lighter than any other steel model that I've used. This is nice if you're already carrying around a heavy tool bag or tool belt. Second, the blade slider is on the side, not on the top of the knife. This makes it more ergonomic to open and close the blade with your right thumb. Other than that, it's a pretty simple standard utility knife. It has a button near the tip for quick blade changes, which works well. It has a plastic 'lid' on the bottom of the handle that can store additional blades, and the blade holder even has a steel spring clip inside to keep the spare blades from rattling around, which is a nice touch. Last, it has a nice large hole in the end opposite the blade for a lanyard or hook. Overall it's a very well made, well designed utility knife. I have one minor complaint: It doesn't come with any spare blades--the blade holder comes empty, which is the first time I've ever seen a new utility knife that didn't have at least one spare blade. So make sure to buy some spare blades if you buy this knife. One thing to note: This knife is for right handers only. If you are left handed, I do not recommend this knife. I'm left handed, so as soon as I received this knife and realized that the blade slider is on the side of the knife and designed to be used with the right thumb, I realized I wouldn't be able to use it. I gave it to my right-handed friend who uses a utility knife all day, every day, and he loves it. He particularly likes that it is light weight, as it's a few less ounces in his tool bag.
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                      • Recommended
                      Okay, I don't know if it is just this particular knife that I received, or if it is an overall de...
                      Okay, I don't know if it is just this particular knife that I received, or if it is an overall design flaw, but I gave this utility knife a low rating because it does not function properly. First I'll describe the overall build quality and design lastly describe the flaw. Overall it seems well-built of decent materials, feels good in the hand and has convenient storage with quick blade change. Outwardly it seemed like a winner, however I quickly realized that I could barely make the blade slide in and out, had to exert an extreme amount of force to make it operate, and sometimes it would freeze in place and not go any further in one direction including closing all the way. It's not a strength issue on my part, it's either a design flaw or a quality control issue on this particular knife. I was taught to handle knives carefully, but almost found myself trying to force the blade open or closed, which is unsafe, particularly with a utility knife which is extremely sharp and thin and not to ever be misused. Because it is unsafe I cannot in good conscience recommend this knife. I have not tried to lubricate, dismantle or modify it in any way to see if it will function better but that shouldn't be necessary. I did try to open and close it quickly to unbind it, with minor if any difference afterward. Again, this may not be a design flaw as a whole, since Milwaukee makes quality tools I suspect my particular one may have an isolated issue, however bear that in mind if considering this knife. Other than the fact that it does not operate properly, I would have given it a completely positive review for the rest of it as a whole.
                      by
                      I have 3 other utility knives (aka box cutters) and this one beats them all. With those other kni...
                      I have 3 other utility knives (aka box cutters) and this one beats them all. With those other knives I am forever accidentally changing the blade setting (opening it farther than desired, or closing it) because the slide lock for changing the blade position is always located on the top of the knife, right where your thumb naturally rests. Milwaukee solved this problem by relocating the slide lock to the side of the knife. Now, I never accidentally change the blade position. Other than the blade being fully retracted, the knife has 3 different positions for the blade: 1) just the tip exposed, 2) half of the blade exposed, and 3) the full blade exposed. The body of the knife is made of metal so the knife is tough and will take a beating, including handle being dropped. Unlike my other knives, the Milwaukee knife features a grooved grip handle, which makes it much easier to hold and control, and prevents slippage in your hand. One feature I really love is the large blade storage compartment that is accessible by a flip cover versus having to get out a screwdriver and unscrewing two knife halves, which is how many competing knives are designed. My only desire would be if Milwaukee had included some spare blades in the knife itself (and raised the price a bit to cover them). The end of the knife handle also features a lanyard hole so you can hang this knife from a belt if desired. Changing the blade also does not require that you open the knife; rather, there is a push button on the side that when pushed will release the blade. This allows for a quick blade change. Another quality product from Milwaukee.
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