Stanley Squeeze Safety Knife
Unit of measure:Each
Description:The Stanley Squeeze Safety Knife utilises the easy trigger squeeze technology to automatically retract an exposed blade when pressure is released from the trigger mechanism for additional safety. The blade lock also prevents any accidental exposure and the lanyard hole allows for easy transportation and storage. Blunt blades can be easily changed quickly without the need for tools.
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