Ultra-sharp, heavy-duty 3/4 inch (18 mm) wide snap-blades
7 snap-off segments for a total of 8 cutting edges per blade
10 blades, packaged in a protective, moisture-resistant hard pack
In British, Australian and New Zealand English, along with Dutch and Austrian German, a utility knife frequently used in the construction industry is known as a Stanley knife. This name is a genericised trademark named after Stanley Works, a manufacturer of such knives. In Israel and Switzerland, these knives are known as Japanese knives. In Brazil they are known as estiletes or cortadores Olfa (the latter, being another genericised trademark). In Portugal and Canada they are also known as X-Acto (yet another genericised trademark). In India, the Philippines, France, Italy, Egypt, and Germany, they are simply called cutter. In the Flemish region of Belgium it is called cuttermes(je) (cutter knife). In general Spanish, they are known as cortaplumas (penknife, when it comes to folding blades); in Spain, Mexico, and Costa Rica, they are colloquially known as cutters; in Argentina and Uruguay the segmented fixed-blade knives are known as "Trinchetas". In Turkey, they are known as maket b?ca?? (which literally translates as model knife).
Other names for the tool are box cutter or boxcutter, razor blade knife, razor knife, carpet knife, pen knife, stationery knife, sheetrock knife, or drywall knife.
Antioxidant does not rust, sharp blade, anti-static insulation, high hardness, wear resistance, durable.
Washable work knife special replacement blade, stainless steel, rust-washable.