The Outdoor Edge SlideWinder is a compact multi-tool with a retractable razor blade that can be locked in either the open or closed position, and springs back into the handle by pushing the orange button. In addition to the razor blade, there is also a flat head and phillips screwdriver, a bottle opener, and a pocket clip.
Like others stated its a great little tool for boxes. I like using it at work when we get a big shipment in and i'm cutting tape and boxes by the dozens. It keeps my good knife clean and sharp for real tasks while this little guy does the dirty work. Its very small and you don't even feel it in your pocket. It fits perfect in the small coin pocket of you jeans so it easily reachable but still out of the way. Cant beat it for the price. The size is what makes this a better option over a full size folder utility razor knife.
It's a nice little tool to have. You don't have to use your good knife on tape and boxes with this little guy in your pocket.
I really like this knife, but it has a fatal flaw... A little razor with a pocket clip for $10. Worth a try! I really like it. It is small and easy to carry. The pocket clip keeps it nearby and not sitting on the floor in the next room while I work. The flaw however... I am a lefty at some tasks and a righty at others. It doesn’t matter which hand I use, the deployment tab is always right where my fingers want to land while using the knife. This would be fine, but the blade is spring loaded and that little orange button is a one click retraction button. Every single time I go to make a cut, I push that stupid button and the blade vanishes an inch before I make my cut. This is an awesome value and a 5* item if they take the orange safety measure off of the knife. It’s sold as convenient, but it makes it a burden for me.
I carry this little knife on a daily basis and would of given it five stars but it's a bit heavy for a key chain. You really notice the difference when it's not on your key chain. Also the metal the Phillips screwdriver is made of is too soft and started to round off on the side of the bit not the screw when tightening one screw on a coat hook in a bathroom stall at work, first time I used it. Mine seemed to jam when used rendering the push button blade release useless until you messed with it to get it to release. Lastly the little black plastic trim piece that goes around the orange release button fell off some where and was never seen again. But like I said in the beginning it's handy but $9.99 might be a bit too high of a price for this cheaply made"But Handy" utility knife. I think $5.99 is closer to a fair price for this little knife.
Real simple - It's cheap!