Utility Knives make fast cuts with razor-sharp blades. Use them to open packages, cut rope, twine or string, slash carpets and for many other applications.
Safety utility knives only hold the blade out as long as you use it. Release the button and the blade snaps back into the knife to prevent accidents. Snap-off utility knives advance the blade when you need it. The blade segment snaps away from the main blade once it dulls, and you just advance the blade again to continue cutting.
Hobby utility knives use small, fixed blades with long handles for leverage. These knives work great to cut material for modeling or craft purposes. Pocket utility knives have the standard folding design. They feature sturdy blades that you can sharpen when they dull. Specialty blades include curved blades and hooked blades that help you rip up carpet from a floor. Most utility blades are smooth for fast cuts, but some models include saw blades with teeth for gradual cuts of difficult material.
Look for ergonomic handles for better leverage and less strain. Soft grips add comfort as you cut. Knives with internal blade storage save you space and time from looking around for your extra blades. Tool-free knives open without a screwdriver to make blade changes more convenient. Reinforced knife bodies hold up against repeated impacts and drops from heights.
Utility knives are among the most versatile tools you can own. A good knife can save you minutes or hours of labor over the course of a project. Examine our wide selection and each knife's various features to decide on the best utility knives for your needs. Grab a utility knife now and see your extra productivity every day you use it.