Stanley Dynagrip Instant change knife (add on item) - £4.99 @ Amazon
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Stanley Dynagrip Instant change knife (add on item) - £4.99 @ Amazon

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Found 20th Sep 2017
Stanley dynagrip instant change knife 0 10 788

This Dynagrip Instant Change Knife has the following features;

Quick and Safe Blade Change.
Push button front loading blade.
No tools needed to change blade.

Nice bit of kit I use one daily, have ordered 2 more, the lads are always borrowing it and forgetting who it belongs too 🙄
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Vote hot on his deal or he'll cut yer!!
"Have you my mate Stanley"
thanks, ordered the fat max instead.
DrAcula111 h, 8 m ago

Also:-Stanley 010778 FatMax Retractable Utility Knife (Add-on Item) £4.00 …Also:-Stanley 010778 FatMax Retractable Utility Knife (Add-on Item) £4.00 & FREE Delivery with Amazon Prime+Stanley 99E Retractable Blade Knife 2 10 099 (Add on) £4.99


FatMax seems to be the best value... Or do I miss some important features of the other two knives?
Edited by: "danilovesky" 21st Sep 2017
danilovesky57 m ago

FatMax seems to be the best value... Or do I miss some important features …FatMax seems to be the best value... Or do I miss some important features of the other two knifes?


The fatmax has many reviews about the blade getting stuck in whatever they are cutting..
I've found that the easy change blades are only suitable for light duty tasks.
Original Poster
I’m a glazier I use it daily no complaints from me, the fat max does have reviews saying the blades get stuck, for speed of blade change this pretty much suits my needs and for £4.99 you can’t really go wrong, I was just highlighting a deal
Mark8021 h, 37 m ago

I’m a glazier I use it daily no complaints from me, the fat max does have r …I’m a glazier I use it daily no complaints from me, the fat max does have reviews saying the blades get stuck, for speed of blade change this pretty much suits my needs and for £4.99 you can’t really go wrong, I was just highlighting a deal


I've gone for the fat max. Or is the dynagrip a better deal? Thanks
Original Poster
Dynagrip have always been my favourite, slight re-design from the original used to have more of a rubber coating on the handle now it’s a hard textured plastic, still works the same and no issue with blade changes
I have had the utility knife in the picture above,not bad,but the blades did get stuck now and again.
I now use a Bahco Squeeze Knife,much better in every aspect,automatically replaces the blade when old one removed,just keep the internals well oiled for really smooth operation.Not cheap at £12.99 (Amazon),but it is in another class compared to the modern Stanley efforts I have used.
Heat added for the price only I'm afraid.
The fatmax one has a lot of one star reviews, this less so , but has a nice paint job.
I use the ones from Poundland.You get a pack of 6 " Stanley" knives and they last ages.
Use them at work too.
Got one of these but never fitted the knife block in kitchen.
Original Poster
Think it’s the same with most company’s these days, things are built to a price, blades will stick now and again and dust will stop the smooth operation of any retractable knife, it’s all down to what suits your needs, as DrTerror pointed out a little bit of oil/ silicone spray and most things will free up. For me as long as the tool works as it should then great and when it stops doing it’s job get another, simple really
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