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FK150 Folding Utility Knife BOGO

IRWIN-1874804

This folding utility knife features the patented blade lock technology which keeps the blade locked in place. It has a blade storage that holds up to two additional blades.... read more

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Features

This folding utility knife features the patented blade lock technology which keeps the blade locked in place. It has a blade storage that holds up to two additional blades.

Additional Features

  • Liner lock for quick one-handed operation
  • Wire stripper for built-in convenience
  • 1 blade included
  • Durable construction

Specifications

ASTM F1505-01 Compliant: Not Tested
Acme Tools Brand Name: IRWIN
Acme Tools Part Number: 1874804
Assembled Weight (lbs): 0.7
Blade Length (in): 2.5
Blade Material: Steel
Blade Type: Utility
Sharpenable: No
Color / Finish: Blue/silver
Country of Origin: CHN
Handle Length (in): 9
Handle Material: Steel
Handle Type: Ergonomic
IEC 60900 Compliant: Not Tested
Internet Product Code (IPC): 0CABA3B078A
Lockable Blade: Yes
NFPA 70E Compliant: Not Tested
Overall Length (in): 9
Package Contents: 2 folding utility knives
Package Weight: 0.7
Recommended Safety Equipment: Safety glasses
Retractable Blade: Yes
Warranty: Limited lifetime
Internal Supplier Part #: 1874804
MFG Model # (Series): 1874804
MFG Part # (OEM): 1874804
Product Name: FK150 Folding Utility Knife BOGO
UPC: 042526916434
Top Rated: 3.0

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by the only folding utility knife Blade doesn't pop out unexpectedly, the quick release requires the knife be at a 45 degree angle, it holds extra blades, it never gummed up and quit working even when shingling. Excellent product. March 24, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor design I bought two of these and out of the box, I could not change the blade. The blade locking mechanism would not release a used blade and the only way I could get a used blade out was to unscrew the mechanism. For a knife that is supposed to allow quick blade change, this is a joke. Irwin ought to be ashamed of itself. January 13, 2015
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