Crescent Wiss
Utility Knife, Quick-Change
Model #
CTKF2
Item #
254263
Crescent Wiss

Utility Knife, Quick-Change

Utility Knife, Quick-Change is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2.
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$16.99
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Model #
CTKF2
Item #
254263

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Description
Crescent, wiss, quick-change, utility knife, features an ergonomic comfort grip that keeps your hand securely in place when making cuts in any environment, knife blade securely locks in both the open & closed positions for added safety, quick change lever & embedded blade storage let you quickly swap out blades, without having to search for replacements.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU254263
Weight0.540000
UPC00037103350497
Country of OriginCN
Package Width3.5
Package Length9.05
Package Height1.5
Model NumberCTKF2
BrandCrescent Wiss
Manufacturer NameAPEX TOOL GROUP LLC
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Folding Knife I’m really, really good at cutting myself with utility knives. This is by far the safest folding utility knives I’ve ever owned. I like all of the locking and unlocking features. Best utility knife ever.
Date published: 2022-02-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from WKF2 should be WTF2? How on earth did this tool ever pass product design? Do you people not field test your new stuff? I'm being kind, of course. Let's start with the fold lock design. Well, it locks down. Had to use a screwdriver to pry it open. Had to take my gloves off, too. So much for OSHA. There is not enough protruding top blade to get it out of lock down position. Even a Craftsman has enough top portion to get it opened easily. There is a thumb nail grove, although it is so close to the fulcrum that it offers no leverage for getting it into a working position. Let's talk about the pocket clip. It is way too tight on the tension and the flare-out was so minimal that I had to modify it just to make it usable It's a clip, yes, but it is NOT suitable for your belt. (wrong contour) Please, please, please test your designs with us before issuing products that are so irritating to the guys who want to use them. NOT consistent with previous Wiss purchases nor products.
Date published: 2020-04-25
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