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OLFA SK-16 Quick-Change Concealed Blade Safety Knife

Cutting tough materials has never been easier thanks to the OLFA SK-16 Quick-Change Concealed Blade Safety Knife. The touch-safe blade requires no activation – simply pull through materials to start cutting.

The exposed blade is safely concealed within an open cutting channel for easy use. The wider channel opening minimizes resistance and allows for a large range of cutting materials. The blade guard tips guide the cut while protecting the goods under the cutting surface.

This versatile cutter comes preloaded with a premium stainless-steel replaceable blade head. In head-to-head testing, the OLFA blade cut over 7x more single-wall corrugate than the leading competitor. With its quick-change blade release system, blade changes are simple and efficient. Pull back on the red button to release and remove the used blade. Insert the new blade and click it into place. The replaceable blade head reduces waste compared to disposable models.

The OLFA Quick-Change Concealed Blade Safety Knife is designed for lasting comfort. The durable fiberglass-reinforced handle withstands drops and tough work environments. The curved ergonomic handle reduces wrist fatigue for prolonged use. A metal tape splitter completes the handle. Use this to reduce blade wear for longer blade life.

For more information, visit https://olfa.com.

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