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Seber Auto Load Utility Knife with Built In Magazine, Carabiner

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Part Number: SBAL2450
Manufacturer: Sebertech Multitools
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Description
SBAL2450: Seber Auto Utility Knife
Seber Design Group

Seber Auto Load Utility Knife. 5 1/4" closed. Ergonomic black composition handles with grip dots and thumb rest. Stainless attachment clip. Automatic blade loading system requires no tools to change blade. Built-in magazine holds five replacement blades (included). Made in China.
Features
  • No Tools Required
  • Ergonomic Design with Thumb Rest
  • Built-in Magazine
  • Holds 5 Blades
  • Fits Standard Utility Blade
  • Stainless Steel Carabiner
  • Lifetime Warranty
Zytel Handles
Zytel Handles
A nylon polymer that is lightweight and extremely durable, Zytel can be shaped and textured to provide excellent grip.
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4 out of 5
Wess
STX, USVI
Jun 16, 2011
Pros: Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Overall Quality
Cons: Weight, Pocket Clip, None
COOL FACTOR 10! 8^)
Now this is an easy blade changer! Slide button, remove/dispose of old blade (after using it reversed of course), and just retract the inner mechanism from the standard stud on top and voila, auto-loaded with one of the blades stored in the handle! I wanted a utility knife that I could put on my belt that had some blade storage. This doesn't go on the belt itself but has a small carabiner type of clip that can clip on your belt loop, or in my case now, on the ring on my tool pouch. That clip I also listed as a con merely because it is rather small and you can't just clip it anywhere as the opening is narrow. The performance is good, and the only reason it got a 4 versus 5 is that the storage door has opened a couple of times. It has a small clip that slides to open the cover over the blades and a small spring to hold them solidly for loading. But the blades are usually coated with a light oil and that keeps them in the knife so no losses. It has only opened twice so far and not lately so that may have been something in its "new" stage... we'll see. 8^) I'd buy another one.
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