No. 5 Heavy-Duty Plastic Handle Knife

by X-Acto

This heavy-duty knife is perfect for precise, heavy pressure cutting of heavy weight materials like wood, mat board, paper, plastic, and metal. Its contoured handle ensures a sure grip. The knife comes with a No. 19 Angled Wood Chiseling Blade.

It can be used with the following X-acto blades:
No. 2 Large Fine Point Blade and No. 2 Blade Assortment
No. 18 Heavyweight Chiseling Blade
No. 19 Angled Wood Chiseling Blade
No. 22 Large Curved Carving Blade
No. 24 Deburring Blade
No. 25 Large Contoured Blade
No. 26 Whittling Blade
No. 239 Extra-Fine Saw Blade
No. 235 Medium Saw Blade
No. 28 Concave Carving Blade.

The knife can also be used with the No. 135 Carving Router Assortment.



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Kate D. from Manhattan, KS says:

This knife also works great for precision cutting of medium (6oz.) to light-weight LEATHER. Replacing the blades is easy and inexpensive, but they keep that razor edge a lot longer if you strop them...[more]

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Rated by: Kate D. in Manhattan, KS
This knife also works great for precision cutting of medium (6oz.) to light-weight LEATHER. Replacing the blades is easy and inexpensive, but they keep that razor edge a lot longer if you strop them between uses.
Rated by: Melissa G. in AnnArbor, MI
The only thing that would please me more about this knife would be if the handle were some-what cushioned. Handle is a good thickness for gripping but for long projects involving lots of cutting, some padding is necessary. Blade is beautiful. Angle is nice. Overall, I am quite satisfied.

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