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I bought one at the hardware store a few days ago.
I bought it as a tool & not a weapon. It has a pocket clip on the other side.
It's a Sheffield pocket clip type locking folder that takes standard Utility Knife Blades.
It's GREAT for those stinky little frequent, oddball, cutting jobs that constantly mess up the keen edge & point on your good folding knife.
You just reverse the blade when it gets dull & then pop in a new one.
I think I paid $10.00 for mine.
Buy one...you'll actually use it!
 

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i found one very similar. It has a pocket clip and a nylon sheath with a pocket clip and holds several extra blades. Very handy indeed. I think I paid $12 for it.
 

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Nice one. Much better than the standard box cutters I use. Too much pressure and the blade retreats into the handle. Since Craftsman makes one I'll probably get it at Sears, since I have one around the corner from the office.

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It's too bad that they didnt design them so you could use a bit more of the actual cutting edge length.
It's designed to be more of a folding traditional utility knife.
It would be better if they designed one to be more of an ordinary folder with disposable blades.
I sure have been using mine "as is" though.
 

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I could use one of those so I would save the blade of my Benchmade when opening boxes. :popworm:
 

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For some strange reason

Box type cardboard is extremely tough on a fine edge.
Cutting cardboard boxes really dulls an edge very quickly.
 

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Used mine a lot since i bought it 2 weeks ago or so havent had to replace a blade yet and im fairly hard on knifes... my does have more blade exposed though than the one in pic
 
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