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Husky Folding Lock Back Utility Knife Set (2-Piece) $4.97 w/store pick up ~ Home Depot

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Home Depot has the Husky Folding Lock Back Utility Knife Set (2-Piece) for $4.97 w/store pick up.

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The Husky Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife comes with 10 utility blades that can lock in place for efficient cutting. The set also includes a Husky Compact Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife. The Compact uses a standard utility blade.
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Just fyi on these, the razor blade holder doesn't fold up completely. Definitely not as compact as the kobalt ones that also come in sale from time to time. This one is still a good deal, though. Feels sturdy in hand.
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Had one of those, but it broke in one day. Returned it
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Had one of those, but it broke in one day. Returned it
Did you use it to chop wood?
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I just got these.
They work GREAT.
But agree the lack of it the range it folds is very peculiar and would not consdier these very kid friendly.
No lock, nothing stopping a kid from opening this thing up.
I have to tear thru a lot of boxes after moving and wish I had these earlier.
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i have this and i am constantly pressing the blade release toggle on accident. it's pretty annoying.
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I have this on my tool pouch all the time. It's a no frills useful option and the price is good and it feels solid in the hand
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How are they compared to a regular box cutter? Thanks
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Did you use it to chop wood?
I think this calls for a word from Sarah Underwood ....

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=1268457730025396
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I have a couple of these folding ones from Kobalt and Husky. They're nice and pretty well built, but the traditional utility knife shape is so much better. The only reason the folding ones are nice is if you want to keep one in your desk or car for occasional use. Otherwise, if space permits, the larger traditional Stanley style utility knife is best.
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I have been using these (bought 4 of them) for the last 5 years and have worked great. My only complaint is that the mechanism that holds the blade in is difficult to get open sometimes. Other than that, they are very sturdy.
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I went to 2 local stores and couldn't locate this 2-pack item, even though website said both have hundreds of them in stock. I only find the package with a single knife with same SKU and also discounted from$7.88 to $4.97.
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I went to 2 local stores and couldn't locate this 2-pack item, even though website said both have hundreds of them in stock. I only find the package with a single knife with same SKU and also discounted from$7.88 to $4.97.
It's same here.
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It's same here.
Don't waste your time. Homedepot must mixed up things. This online item (with 2 knives) has the exact same UPC as the single knife item in store. Also the original price and sale price are exactly the same.

I did a pick up in store order just now and get the single knife package. Nobody knows where to find the 2-knife item, it probably doesn't even exist.
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Same. HD mixed up the SKUs online, in-store it's only the single knife. An associate there was nice and gave me two singles and adjusted the price down to $4.97 for both for me.
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