"The hardest job was getting the plastic display card out - you just have to use brute force and tear it. After that it was easy. I use a lot of blades and was getting by with one of the really old screw together Stanley knives and this is just so much better. It's also very comfortable to use."
"A quality knife from a reputable brand that is simple and comfortable to use, with a good blade locking/holding mechanism and quick change blades with integrated quick release storage mean no messing with screwdrivers to change blades which means more time getting the job done."
"This is my second one, bought for my employee, he better not loose this one!!! I have had my one for two years and is still going strong. The most difficult thing about it is you need a knife (bit ironic) and a screwdriver three pairs of hands to get it out of the packet LOL It will do the job nicely"
"As my job as a sparky i use the knife for strippping a lot of armoured cables. I had the Irwin one before and after a lot of use the blade kept comming out. No complaints about this one yet but its early days. Overall very impressed though."
"great knife, very stylish but also quite sharpe. managed to cut myself 4 times using this knife so use it carefully. Wasn't great at cutting tin or sheet steel but cardboard was a breeze. Buy it!! I LIKE TURTLES"
"Simply the best all round knife for the trades. I loved the Bahco knife until I tried to cut plasterboard... this knife does the lot. You can spend twice as much on a knife and not really get the benefit... just buy 2 of these!"