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Stanley 3-Blade Utility Knife $1 @ lowes ymmv

Jcs8432 17 24 July 8, 2016 at 09:55 AM in Automotive Tools (8) More Lowe's Deals
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Last Edited by Jcs8432 July 8, 2016 at 11:46 PM
found this at the local lowes. item doesn't appear to be available online anymore. down from $4.98 to $1. picked up a few.

item # 289500

http://www.lowes.com/pd/Stanley-3...fe/3363894

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3 on hand 12 miles away. Good price, but not worth the gas.
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Fuqn JU..NK! Not worth free. Get a real utility knife, get a DWHT10046
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Fuqn JU..NK! Not worth free. Get a real utility knife, get a DWHT10046
I am hesitant to respond as chances are that this account of yours will be deleted like so many of your previous accounts, but I can verify that this $1 knife uses the same blades and can cut just as well as your option that costs 13 times as much. The Stanley also has a classic and reliable blade change, whereas yours has a fancy push button blade swap method which saves some time when it actually works, but wastes a ton of time when it doesnt and could be dangerous if it fails to engage.
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I am hesitant to respond as chances are that this account of yours will be deleted like so many of your previous accounts, but I can verify that this $1 knife uses the same blades and can cut just as well as your option that costs 13 times as much. The Stanley also has a classic and reliable blade change, whereas yours has a fancy push button blade swap method which saves some time when it actually works, but wastes a ton of time when it doesnt and could be dangerous if it fails to engage.
Gear down Greenhorn. You obviously have zero experience working with a utility knife. That's cool, you're a thespian...I get it.
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Gear down Greenhorn. You obviously have zero experience working with a utility knife. That's cool, you're a thespian...I get it.
and you're an idiot. it's the same classic design that has worked for years painted green.

i doubt you know which end is which.
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Gear down Greenhorn. You obviously have zero experience working with a utility knife. That's cool, you're a thespian...I get it.
I have enough experience to know that the basic functionality of all of these knives is exactly the same. Some people may prefer a different color or different handle or more bells and whistles even though they introduce unneccessary complexities, but the thing being sliced only sees the blade and this $1 knife will perform as well as your expensive option and will do it much more reliably.
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For those who like a classic utility knife, Menards has this Stanley version on sale this week for $.99 after rebate.

https://www.menards.com/main/tool...8800295526
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