Dewalt has a new retractable utility knife, DWHT10054, that they describe as a “demo knife.”
Take on a variety of jobsite tasks with an innovative demo-assist end capable of hammering, prying, and pulling light duty staples.
It basically has a small prying nub at the end of the handle.
Their sales sheet says that the steel demo-assist end cap is a “first-of-its-kind feature.”
The Dewalt DWHT10054 utility knife features all-metal construction, tool-free blade release, and an “enhanced ergonomic grip” designed for comfort.
The utility knife features built-in blade storage with space for up to 5 replacement blade. Dewalt says that the storage compartment offers glove-friendly access.
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I’m a fan of Dewalt fixed-handle retractable utility knives, and I don’t think I have ever used the carabiner clip feature built into some of their ends.
A steel end cap for “pounding, prying, and pulling light duty staples” might be useful.
Can you see any potential downsides?