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Olfa "BN-AL" Utility Knife - 18 mm Blade

Olfa "BN-AL" Utility Knife - 18 mm Blade

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Made in Japan 

  • Olfa Model No. BN-AL
  • 18 mm (3/4") wide blade - Heavy Duty snap-off knife
  • Includes Olfa's general purpose silver blade - Premium carbon tool steel LB blade for superior sharpness & edge retention
  • Automatic blade lock
  • Stainless steel blade channel
  • High impact ABS plastic handle 
  • Tool-free blade change
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  • This OLFA "BN-AL" Utility Knife with 18 mm Blade is an auto-lock basic utility knife for heavy-duty cutting. This knife features a sturdy ABS plastic handle with a channel of stainless steel to support the snap blade. This channel fully backs the blade to make industrial style cutting projects easier. The contoured grip provides comfort for all day use.

       Loaded with a tough Silver Snap Blade that automatically locks into any one of several pre-set positions so you can cut confidently. A sharp edge is always close - simply snap off the used section of blade for a new edge. Full blade changes are always fast and tool free. Tackle the toughest jobs with this all-purpose snap blade.   Made in Japan.

    From the Manufacturer - About OLFA:

        OLFA brand blades are made with top quality materials, forged with technologies that stem from traditional sword-making, sharpened with technologies that give a blade life, and ultimately finished with the craftsmanship that brings all of this together. The holders and handles that allow users to gain the full cutting performance of these high quality blades are designed, developed and manufactured in Japan and subjected to stringent quality checks throughout the process.

  • Product Blade Width Overall Length Model # Part #
    Olfa "BN-AL" Utility Knife - 18 mm Blade 18 mm (3/4") 6" BN-AL



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