Utility Knife with Three Blades

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A utility knife with three blades typically refers to a versatile cutting tool that features a retractable mechanism and accommodates three different blade types or styles. These blades are commonly used for various tasks, offering flexibility in cutting materials of different thicknesses and textures. The three blades may include a standard straight blade for general cutting, a serrated blade for cutting through tougher materials, and a precision blade for detailed or fine cutting. The ability to switch between these blades makes the utility knife suitable for a wide range of applications, including household, DIY projects, and professional tasks.

1. Material: ABS case with TPR

2. Includes 3pcs 0.5 mm thick blade

3. With self-locking mechanism



  1. General Cutting:
    • The standard straight blade is suitable for general cutting tasks, such as opening boxes, cutting paper, cardboard, or plastic.
  2. Serrated Blade for Tough Materials:
    • The serrated blade is effective for cutting through tougher materials like rope, fabric, or even thin branches.
  3. Precision Cutting:
    • The precision blade, often a fine-pointed or small blade, is ideal for detailed or intricate cutting, such as when working on crafts, hobbies, or precision tasks.
  4. Multi-material Cutting:
    • The utility knife is versatile enough to cut through various materials, including but not limited to leather, foam, rubber, vinyl, and lightweight wood.
  5. Box Opening and Packaging:
    • A utility knife is commonly used for opening boxes, breaking down cardboard, and handling packaging materials in both household and industrial settings.
  6. DIY Projects:
    • Whether it’s for home improvement or do-it-yourself projects, a utility knife with three blades can handle a range of cutting needs, from simple to more complex tasks.
  7. Carpet and Flooring Installation:
    • The versatility of the utility knife makes it useful for cutting and trimming materials like carpets, linoleum, or other flooring materials during installation.
  8. Arts and Crafts:
    • Artists and crafters often use utility knives for precision cutting in activities such as model-making, scrapbooking, or other creative projects.
  9. Emergency Situations:
    • The utility knife can be a valuable tool in emergency situations for cutting seatbelts, ropes, or other materials quickly and efficiently.
  10. Construction and Building Tasks:
    • In construction settings, a utility knife is handy for cutting insulation, drywall, tape, and other construction materials.
SKU: AHS34899 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Consider wearing appropriate personal protective equipment, such as safety gloves and safety glasses, to protect your hands and eyes from potential injuries.
  2. Inspect the Knife Before Use:
    • Check the utility knife for any damage or defects before using it. Make sure the blades are securely in place and not loose.
  3. Use Retractable Blades:
    • Keep the blades retracted when the knife is not in use. This reduces the risk of accidental cuts and helps protect the blade from damage.
  4. Choose the Right Blade for the Task:
    • Select the appropriate blade for the specific task you are performing. Using the right blade for the job enhances efficiency and safety.
  5. Secure Grip:
    • Ensure you have a firm and secure grip on the utility knife. Avoid holding it in a way that your hand could slip onto the blade during use.
  6. Cut Away from the Body:
    • Always cut away from your body and extremities to minimize the risk of accidental injuries. Keep your free hand away from the cutting path.
  7. Use Cutting Surfaces:
    • Work on a stable and flat surface when cutting. Avoid cutting on surfaces that are slippery or uneven, as this could lead to loss of control.
  8. Maintain a Clean Workspace:
    • Keep your work area clean and well-lit to avoid potential hazards. Cluttered or dark workspaces can increase the risk of accidents.
  9. Store Safely:
    • When not in use, store the utility knife in a safe and designated location. Ensure that the blades are retracted, and the knife is out of reach of children and unauthorized individuals.
  10. Dispose of Blades Properly:
    • When changing blades, dispose of used blades in a designated blade disposal container. Do not leave discarded blades where they could pose a risk of injury.
  11. Avoid Excessive Force:
    • Let the sharpness of the blade do the cutting. Avoid applying excessive force, as this may lead to loss of control and increase the risk of accidents.
  12. Work Slowly and Deliberately:
    • Take your time when using a utility knife, especially when performing precision tasks. Rushing increases the likelihood of accidents.
  13. Educate Others:
    • If you are working in a shared environment, make sure others are aware of the proper safety procedures when using the utility knife.

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  1. Amos

    Pricing is reasonable for the excellent durability.


  2. Jude Bellingham

    Satisfactory products

    Jude Bellingham