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Stanley Fatmax Retractable Folding Knife £6.49 (Free Del £10 order / Prime) @ amazon
Stanley Fatmax Retractable Folding Knife £6.49  (Free Del £10 order / Prime) @ amazon

Stanley Fatmax Retractable Folding Knife £6.49 (Free Del £10 order / Prime) @ amazon

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Has a webbing notch for use as a cheap rescue knife.
- sylv

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good find op, heat added

Banned

I have several of this type of knife. This has to be the worst one, cheap build quality and blade gets stuck. Read reviews elsewhere.
Edited by: "bruceboy" 5th Dec 2014

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bruceboy

I have several of this type of knife. This has to be the worst one, cheap … I have several of this type of knife. This has to be the worst one, cheap build quality and blade gets stuck. Read reviews elsewhere.



I had one of these but lost it. The build quality is excellent and I never had a jammed blade. The blade does wobble a bit though.

Banned

I have several Rolson models. Chalk and cheese. These are shockingly bad.

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this knife is bad quality and gets jammed.

Too wobbly for serious use

The wobbly blade will rule it out for some tasks, but if you have confidence it'll open up when needed, it makes for a cheap rebladeable rescue knife (it has a webbing notch).
Edited by: "sylv" 5th Dec 2014

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sylv

The wobbly blade will rule it out for some tasks, but if you have … The wobbly blade will rule it out for some tasks, but if you have confidence it'll open up when needed, it makes for a cheap rebladeable rescue knife (it has a webbing notch).



just like me wife, wobbles but always opens up when needed.

I have the folding dewalt which is absolutely solid with quick release blades etc...well worth that bit extra

Use everyday as a builder and don't find it wobbles. Blade gets stuck out after a while but wd40 sorts it. All Stanley's get jammed up blades
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