The TechniEdge Revo is a folding utility knife with a finger-loop handle design and greater blade cutting edge exposure than with other utility knives.
William wrote in with a tip about the best folding utility razor knife he’s come across:
I went to a roofing supply in Freeport, NY. I found the best folding razor knife I have ever used. It has a finger hole, 2 positions. I am cutting sheetrock and able to cut way deep. The blade holder has a deeper setting than others so you get more blade, cut rope plastic easy. Here it is.
- Comfort-grip finger loop grip provides added safety and control
- Blade folds out to two positions – 45° and full open
- 50% more blade exposure allows for deeper cutting
- Quick-change blade change
- Metal belt clip
- Works with standard utility knife blades
Update (Feb 2022): TechniEdge is now a Stanley Black & Decker brand, and it seems that this knife is no longer available under the same branding. However, Excel Blades sells Revo-style knives at Amazon that appear to be identical to the TechniEdge product.
I like the design. In addition, this is perfect fidget tool for your pocket. The finger hole allows you to spin the knife around your finger without cutting yourself while you are standing around talking to the guys.
Looks pretty cool.
Looks good. I always seem to hit the release button on some of the other utility knives I have and the blade slides out when I apply a good deal of pressure.
This knife WAS great but the blade release/retainer is made of some kind of plastic and after a year it wears and doesn’t keep the blade locked in. I bought 2 and they both did it.
I myself have never been fortunate enough to change the blade due to my button not releasing the blade. I just keep it clean & sharp by not using it but still carry it for fidget spinning & it looks cool while never worrying about the blade releasing accidentally.