ToughBuilt’s Hawkbill folding knife features a heavy-duty grip handle and liner lock, which brings the blade back in. It has a curved 3¼-in. titanium-coated blade designed for pull cuts, slicing, cable skinning, VCT tile, linoleum and carpet. It also includes an integrated flat pry tool, perfect for removing small nails and tags.
Stanley’s STHT10479 retractable utility knife features 10 blades that fit inside the metal housing storage compartment. The nose features an exposed blade step to speed up blade placement. There is a push button for blade change.
DeWalt’s DWHT10912 pocket knife offers spring-assisted opening for efficiency. It features a stainless-steel blade for long-lasting sharpness, cuts through various materials and has a bi-material grip for comfort. The blade length is 3.187 in. It features an integrated glass breaker.
Knipex’s folding knife for electricians features an ergonomic handle design for a comfortable grip and easy guidance. The handle is made from robust, shock-resistant plastic, and the blade is made of stainless steel. It features a tether attachment at the handle end, and the blade is 80 mm.
Fiskars’ Pro drywall utility knife has a jab saw to punch through drywall, a CarbonMax blade coating, two-blade storage capacity, tabs that ensure the blade won’t pull out when twisted and multiple Softgrip hand grips for better ergonomics. The blade and saw deploy from the same end to prevent accidental release, and the knife hinges open for cleaning.
OLFA’s fully automatic safety knife has a spring-activated, rounded-tip RSKB safety blade that self-retracts when it loses contact with the cutting surface. The built-in safety guard activates when cutting begins and cannot be overridden. It has a fiberglass-reinforced ABS handle and a lanyard hole.