Stanley adds new utility knives

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Stanley Tools has added three innovative utility knives designed for cutting a variety of building materials, from drywall and shingles to flooring and packaging.

“Stanley has been a well-known leader in the utility knife category since the early 1900’s. We take great pride in creating a legacy of tools known for their reliability,” says product manager Michelle Knapp. “The new line of Stanley utility knives has something for every customer, ensuring precise cuts no matter the job.”

The lineup includes the Utility Knife with 10-blade storage (STHT10479, $8.97) and Control-Grip Utility Knife (STHT10432, $9.97), both featuring retractable blades, and the Compact Fixed Blade Folding Knife (STHT10424, $6.97).

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This article was originally published in the March 2021 issue.

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