Milwaukee Tool’s Fastback 6-in-1 folding utility knife has a press-and-flip mechanism for one-handed opening. It has a wire stripper, folding screwdriver, extra blade storage, a built-in bottle opener and a fold-out ¼-in. bit holder. It has a metal extension that prevents accidental blade removal and a lanyard hole for tethering.
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.
DeWalt’s DWHT10916 Fixed Folding Lockback knife features a push button for quick blade changes, integrated blade storage, and a lanyard hole and integrated belt clip. It has a durable aluminum housing.
Klein Tools’ cable-skinning lockback utility knife has a rubberized handle, a thumb stud and a pocket clip for storage. It comes with three 440A stainless steel sheepsfoot replacement blades that secure in place with a captive screw.
Milwaukee Tool’s Fastback flip-utility knife with blade storage has a press-and-flip, one-handed opening. It can hold five blades—one in the tool and four in the storage door. It has a 45-degree cut position, a gut hook, a wire-form clip and a wire stripper. It is also available in a compact model, which is designed to fit in pockets, although it...