Note: Blade materials are available for customization
|Stainless steel||9x80mm (0.35x3.15 inches)||13 sections|
|Stainless steel||18x100mm (0.71x3.94 inches)||8 sections|
|Stainless steel||25x125mm (0.98x4.92 inches)||7 sections|
Note: Our product only available for B2B wholesale and OEM/ODM, Contact for OEM/ODM
- Save Time and Reduce Waste with Snap-Off Blades
Our snap-off blades are designed to help you maximize the efficiency of your utility knife. Each blade features points where the tip can be snapped off to reveal a fresh edge. This convenient feature greatly reduces the amount of time and money you need to spend on changing out your blades, and it also helps to reduce the amount of waste created by your knife.
- Long-Lasting Serrated Blades
Our snap-off blades feature our patented Rapid Edge serration pattern. The unique pattern distributes the cutting friction across multiple individual surfaces, allowing the blades to slide through tough materials faster and keeping them sharp longer than traditional straight-edged box cutter blades.
- Versatile All-Purpose Design
The utility razor blades are made from a durable metal that is tough enough to take on home renovation materials like shingles, drywall and carpet with ease. The blades also cut through a wide variety of everyday household items like paper, cardboard, rubber and twine with precision, making them ideal for crafts and detailed DIY projects.
- Use Them with Any Knife
The serrated knife blades are designed to be used with any 9mm, 18mm, or 25mm snap knife, so you can pair them with your existing box cutter, or purchase one of our ergonomic Rapid Tools knives to upgrade your arsenal of tools for tasks like drywall repair and carpet installation. We offer models with built-in storage for replacement blades, LED safety lights, comfort grips, and a wide variety of other practical features.
What is the difference between a Carbon Steel and a Stainless Steel straight razor?
The primary and key difference between those two materials is the hardness of the steel. It is more difficult to achieve an edge on Stainless Steel. However, the stainless steel can lasts for a longer time. Conversely, it is easier to achieve an edge on Carbon Steel, but that edge dulls more quickly that Stainless Steel. Thus, it requires more frequent maintenance. Rusting should not be an issue with either with normal care. It is important to carefully wipe the blade after use and let it air dry before putting it away.
Apparently, each blade made from our factory is pre-treatment with light coating of oil and packaged with wax paper to make it last for a longer time.
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