Klein Electricians Pocket Knife (44228) is a pocket knife with a blade length of 4 inches and weighting approximately 0.5 ounces. The handle is made from stainless steel with a black G10 backspacer. A lanyard hole is located at the front of the handle for attaching it to your belt or clothing loop.
The blade features a plain edge and serrated edges, which are both effective cutting surfaces when slicing through food and other materials. The handle is made from plastic and is available in four colors: red, blue, green, and yellow.
The blade opens with one hand using a push button release located near the top of the handle. When opened, the blade retracts into its sheath when closed. The sheath itself measures 2 1/2 inches long by 3/4 inch wide by 1/8 inch thick.
It holds two blades each measuring 5 inches long by 1/16th inch thick.
The sheath is secured to the knife with a single screw and lock. The sheath is made of nylon webbing material. There are no hardware pockets or fasteners to interfere with use or storage.
As mentioned above, the blade retracts into its sheath when closed. However, the knife’s tip can still be used as a point if desired. To do so, simply pull up on the handle while pressing down on the blade tip to open the blade.
The pocket knife can be used for a variety of purposes including: cutting, carving, scoring, and puncturing.
The blade remains secure in the handle when in use. The blades can easily be replaced when worn or when damaged. It is important to remember that the knives are very sharp and will cut easily.
When not in use, make sure to secure the knife in a safe place to prevent injury.
When ordering replacement blades, you will need the model number of the knife which is either 070N or 115N.
Overall, the knife is a durable tool and can be used for a variety of different purposes. The nylon sheath makes it easy to carry on your belt or in a backpack while at work or in the outdoors.
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- The Daily Egyptian, February 14, 1968 (DE Staff – opensiuc.lib.siu.edu)