My Prybrid has been sitting on my test bench due to time constraints and other priorities, but I thought it might be nice to post about it as a follow-up to my recent Coast DX126 folding utility knife review.
So, last night I opened it up, checked it a bit, and oh boy, instant regret.
For a utility knife to be jobsite-friendly, you’ve got to be able to change blades fast, right?
Somehow while changing the blade, sorry – while trying to change the blade, something on the tool cut two of my fingers. I didn’t notice, I just realized my fingers were wet and I saw the blood. I washed up and applied bandaids to the cuts. I really don’t know what happened here.
But there is something I do know – I greatly dislike tools that make it difficult to change out accessories.
Maybe I’ll get a feel for things with time, but I did not have an easy time changing the utility knife blade at all.
Did I get a dud? Are my fingers weaker than I thought?
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