Self-Retracting 6" Safety Knife, 1 EA
- Item # 2WA17
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 2088600
- Catalog Page # 811
- UNSPSC # 27111503
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- Item Safety Knife
- Disposable No
- Left/Right Hand Right Handed
- Metal Detectable No
- Blade Operation Self-Retracting
- Blade Type Rounded Safety Blade
- Blade Change Screw
- Overall Length 6"
- Blade Material Bi-Metal
- Handle Color High Visibility Red
- Handle Material Aluminum
- Number of Blades Included 1
- Tether Capable Standard Tool (Accessory Needed for Tethering)
- Overall Width 1-1/2"
- Overall Thickness 1/2"
- Position 1
- Handle Type Contoured
- Features Screw Permanently Captured in Casing
- Stores (5) Blades
- Application Drywall, General Purpose, Roofing, Construction
Compliance and Restrictions
This item has been restricted from sale in the following countries: United Kingdom, and Ireland.
This item is restricted for international sale.
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