Stanley FatMax Retractable Twin Blade Utility Knife
Stanley FatMax Retractable Twin Blade Utility Knife
£11.09 (£9.24 Ex. VAT)

Stanley FatMax Retractable Twin Blade Utility Knife

Code: 953665

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£11.09 (£9.24 Ex. VAT)

In stock - get it Friday 28th Apr, order within and choose Premium delivery

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Stanley FatMax Retractable Twin Blade Utility Knife
  • Stanley FatMax Utility Knife Blades - Pack of 10
  • EGL Carpenter
  • Bahco Blue Chalk, Chalk Line, Line Level Set
Total: £33.29

In Detail

This twin blade knife will accept all standard blades. A safety interlock means that whilst one blade is in use the other slide is locked. There is storage for upto 5 blades in the handle and the Instant Blade Change button means that blade changes are quick and convenient. A thumb pad provides extra grip.

Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3 out of 5 based on 1 review

Newest Customer Reviews


Stephen Fell

1 November 2016

Not Easy to Use

At first, it seems handy to have 2 varieties of blade in one knife. The push slide for each blade seems to work OK. Unfortunately, it probably take 10mins fiddling to get the blades in and out when you need to change them. The procedure requires pushing the blade out and then pushing a little yellow button to one side while removing or inserting the blade. This is not as easy as it seems! Getting the new blade into just the right position is fiddly. Sometimes the blade won't lock, sometimes the blade is in place but then will not retract. I'm not sure whether this is poor design or poor build quality. In future I will stick to a more simpler design of knife

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