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Havalon Redi-Knife Replacement Blades, Plain, Stainless Steel, 2-Pack
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Havalon Redi-Knife Replacement Blades, Plain, Stainless Steel, 2-Pack

SKU 516551632049
Model Number HSCNS2
Brand Havalon
UPC 736370523503
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Product Details


The REDI knife comes with two non-serrated drop point blades, the blades are made of AUS8 stainless steel and are 3 inches long

The blades on the REDI knife are 3 inches long, this makes them a good size for a variety of tasks, such as cutting rope, opening packages and preparing food

The blades on the REDI knife are made of AUS8 stainless steel, this is a high quality steel that is known for its durability and sharpness

The blades on the REDI knife are only compatible with REDI handles and this means that you cannot use them on other types of knives


The REDI blades boast high-quality construction from AUS8 steel and are tailored for everyday functionality. They're adept at tackling challenging tasks just like a conventional fixed blade and their resharpening capability adds to their durability. Yet, the distinctive feature of REDI lies in its replaceable blade design, allowing you to swap out the blade after prolonged use and eliminating the need for purchasing an entirely new knife.


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