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Hultafors new range of ‘Snap-Off’ Knives

Published: 25 October 2019 - Neil Mead
 

Precision, quality and long-lasting sharpness are the hallmarks of these superb new products.

Hultafors Tools has launched a new range of ‘Snap-Off’ Knives for professional craftsmen and women. 

With 13 different knives and 4 long-lasting precision blades, these all-round, ergonomic knives are designed and built to suit a wide range of jobs on site. From industrial and warehouse applications to specialist work on site – from like cutting boxes open and shaping plasterboard, to trimming flooring and paring cables. 

Symmetrically designed so that the blades can turned over, they’re adaptable for both left and right hand use so that left handed craftsmen and women can adapt the knife rather than their own usage.

What’s more, the blades are available in three widths of 9, 18, and 25mm, with different blends of sharpness and long life built in to suit regular hard work on site.

Getting more information on the Hultafors Tools product range easy. You call the Helpline on 01484 854788 or check out www.hultafors.co.uk and download a digital catalogue.

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