Featured Product: Moving Edge Safety Knives


It’s no accident that Moving Edge Safety Knives are a firm favorite. With outstanding cutting performance, they reduce the risk of knife accidents in the workplace.

Our safety knife collection comprises two ranges – the innovative GR8 and the long established DBX.

The all new GR8 range delivers first-class cutting action on an extensive range of materials. Unique design features along with technological advances provide an even better performance.

Cardboard, for instance, a material that is notoriously stubborn to cut, can now be carried out safely, easily and effectively.

The GR8 range features a patented ‘moving action’ blade. The blade, which is enclosed within a ‘finger-safe’ gap, moves automatically during use so unlike other knives, will not snag or jam. The blade itself slices as it cuts and lasts up to four times longer than a conventional blade.

Meanwhile the DBX Safety Knife continues to be a popular as ever. The DBX is used exactly the same way as a traditional open bladed knife. It incorporates a blade encasement that slots into the body of the knife shielding the user during the blade changing process. The DBX also features a guard that protects the user from coming into contact with the blade during the cut. While providing high levels of safety, its performance and versatility are not compromised in any way.

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