Card Sharp Credit Card Knife

January 4th, 2011 § 2 comments

A knife is one of the simplest, most versatile tools you can own, and a sharp blade can be a valuable asset in a wide variety of situations. The Card Sharp is a small pocket knife with a 76mm blade that unfolds into a flat profile the same size as a credit card. This compact design allows it to be easily carried in a wallet, ensuring that you always have a sharp blade on your person. Have a look at the product site for a video showcasing the ingenious folding design.

CardSharp a superlight and supersharp utility knife, the samesize as a credit card.

Just three ingenious folding operations metamorphosise the card into an elegant pocket utility tool. Slimmer and lighter than an ordinary knife.

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Blade edge is protected when stored in wallet, drawer, or kit bag which avoids accidents and blunting (blunting often caused by rubbing against other knives or tools). Integral blade ‘sheath’ cannot be lost. Protective hilt appears when opened. When docked in closed position, design prevents injury. Cannot fold accidentally (as some folding pocket knives). Blade is locked solidly in open, cutting mode with no blade tremor allowing accurate precision cutting.

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Machine washable with no hinged parts to rust up like ordinary folding pocket knives.

Card Sharp via Gizmodo

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