Sheffield 12115 Premium Folding Lock-Back Utility Knife

July 27, 2018 - Comment
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This Sheffield Premium Folding Lockback Utility Knife features a one-hand opening operation for ease of use allowing you to cut through all obstacles such as paper, cardboard, and more! This Sheffield Utility Knife also boasts a quick-change mechanism for a quick and easy blade replacement procedure; using standard utility knife blades. For even more attributes, this Sheffield Knife is constructed of a lightweight hardwood handle.

Product Features

  • 6 Ounces, 6 Inches overall
  • Sleek, lightweight hardwood design
  • Quick-change mechanism for easy blade removal
  • Easy one-handed maneuver
  • Uses standard utility knife blades
  • Sheffield Premium folding lock-back utility knife with locking blade
  • Easy to operate folding utility knife with one-handed opening and spring blade release
  • Features stainless steel and polished hardwood handle with clip
  • Includes 1 Sheffield brand blade
  • 0.80-by-4.00-by-8.90-inches; backed by a limited lifetime warranty


SandboxNinja says:

Good quality. No linear lock. For those of you who are curious.This is the EXACT SAME thing as the Bessey D-BKWH.The only major difference is the brand name etched into it.Both weight 177g, and have the same “Patented” labeled blade closure system.The only thing that is slightly different is the wood grain color.I am disappointed this item does not have a linear lock. I have not used this knife in particular very much, but my experience is that EVERY KNIFE I have ever owned…

Mrs B says:

He didn’t like most of them Hubby has tried many brands and styles of razor knives over the years. He didn’t like most of them… a lot of them fall apart in no time. He discovered Sheffield’s brand quite a while ago, and it his favorite. I sure hope they don’t lower their quality like so many companies do! The one that I just bought was to replace his old one that he couldn’t find. Before this one arrived, a buddy of his found his other one. It had slipped down behind a chair cushion when he dozed off while…

Brad Hoevel says:

Worked great. Fell apart after about a year. Initially I found the action to tight; first time closing it I cut myself when it snapped shut on me. After a little bit of use however, the action loosens to the point where its just right — easy to open and shut with one hand; never going to come unfolded on accident by itself. The weight is nice, you can feel the tool in your hand. I used it daily in a ware house, mostly to open and break down boxes. Belt clip is great. Clip it onto my belt when its not being used and it stays nice and…

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