Are you the type of person that always likes to be prepared and never wants to get caught in a situation with your hands tied? If so, you probably have already have handy pocket knife, but what about something for those nights when you are dressed to impress and you only have your wallet on you? The Iain Sinclair CardSharp 2 Knife is the perfect answer to that problem. No bigger than credit card, and with a stainless steel surgical blade, non-slip armor rubber coated body, unique safety lock, and ultra-lightweight, this handy knife will easily slip into your wallet for carrying.
When you need to cut your way out of a situation, whether it be an emergency or just some little weekend project, the CardSharp 2 Knife with its open and fold over design will quickly get the job done. This multipurpose knife will make a great gift for the avid hiker, camper, boater, or everyday outdoorsman. Watch the video and see how this master chef even uses it for preparing food.
Iain Sinclair CardSharp 2 Knife
- LIGHTWEIGHT – 13 grams
- ULTRA THIN – 2.2 mm thick
- RAZOR SHARP – Surgical blade technology with extra long 65mm cutting edge ensures longer lasting sharpness. Blade made from high quality rust free stainless steel. Blade color choice: Teflon Black or Natural Brushed Stainless Steel.
- SAFETY – 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.
- WATERPROOF – Machine washable with no hinged parts to rust up like ordinary folding pocket knives.
- LEGAL – Blade is under 3” (76 mm) and is visible when closed so easily identifiable as a knife (optional clear body versions show blade from both sides – P.O.A). Note: legal restrictions vary internationally.