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5-Piece Husky Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife Set EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 5-Piece Husky Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife Set for $14.88. Select free shipping to your store, otherwise shipping is free on $45 or more for home delivery. Thanks TheRealSOB
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The Husky Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife comes with five individual trap blisters in one big clamshell. The handle is crafted with aluminum and stainless steel frame and is textured to provide non-slip use and a comfortable grip. Quick change blade design makes it easy to always have a sharp, clean cutting blade.

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For a little less than $3 per knife this is a great deal. Same price as the Holiday special back in December. Free ship to store. Or free ship to home with $45 order.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../305220486
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These are indestructible but they break very easily... Very heavy and lightweight too! LOL
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I personally have these in my garage (bought from home depot a while ago)
They are just okay. They are a little difficult to open at first and if you ever drop them just once onto a hard surface, they will break to the point that when you open them, the blade does not lock into place but will swing back towards the rear of the knife. I do not think they are worth it even at $3 each.
Bad product design overall
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Got one recently and they've been solid. Easy to open and dropped it many times. Maybe you got a dud?
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Im always losing these things then breaking down and buying a new one like a week later. Now i at least have 5 to lose before having to buy more.
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Thanks OP, I woke up today and thought to myself it would be amazing to have 15 lock back utility knives and a 40 cent filler item, to secure free shipping, so I can open the ridiculous amount of packages my SD addiction has led to. And now you've made this dream come true. Repped.
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I personally have these in my garage (bought from home depot a while ago)
They are just okay. They are a little difficult to open at first and if you ever drop them just once onto a hard surface, they will break to the point that when you open them, the blade does not lock into place but will swing back towards the rear of the knife. I do not think they are worth it even at $3 each.
Bad product design overall
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I personally have these in my garage (bought from home depot a while ago)
They are just okay. They are a little difficult to open at first and if you ever drop them just once onto a hard surface, they will break to the point that when you open them, the blade does not lock into place but will swing back towards the rear of the knife. I do not think they are worth it even at $3 each.
Bad product design overall
Got one recently and they've been solid. Easy to open and dropped it many times. Maybe you got a dud?
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Got the two pack + 10 blades for $7.88 a while back. Didn't have any problems with dropping or damaging mine so far... Knock on wood!
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I have this knife for years and it's one of the best I've used. What I like about this knife is the locking mechanism of the blade. This design is more durable compared to the ones where you press a button to load the blade.

Some folding utility knife, when you cut a thick cardboard, the blade gets dislodge from the knife. This one doesn't

Also I've drop it alot of times and never had a no problem. Highly recommended.
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Have this knife. Bad design, blade wants to rotate and has no resistance or just plain comes out.... too easy to push the release button. Threw one in the trash and have another unopened. Always go for the non folding one now, or the kobalt folding. They tried to make a better mousetrap and it didn't work.
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These are my favorite go to work knives. $3 each is a good deal.
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Such diverse experiences.
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These break easily. Might as well be disposable. The screws that hold the blade in just fall out.
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These are indestructible but they break very easily... Very heavy and lightweight too! LOL
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I have abused my2 yr old knife without any problems.
TU and Repped Op!
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Got one recently and they've been solid. Easy to open and dropped it many times. Maybe you got a dud?
Same here. I bought a 5 pack several BF ago for about the same price here. I also bought a couple $20 Dewalt's. Though I love the dewalt's the Huskies all held up. Was waiting for this deal again on Huskies.
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