Cardsharp 2 von iain sinclair preis, collecting pocket knives - With Secrets

Categories: Pocket Credit Card Folding Safety Knife | Author: admin 28.09.2013

Cardsharp® was originally designed as a lightweight surgical knife that can be easily transported and safely disposed of by hospitals and medical centers together with paramedics and aid workers throughout the world (without needing expensive and wasteful sharps containers).
Cardsharp's unique surgical blade technology features an extra long 65mm cutting edge that ensures longer lasting sharpness (conventional utility knife blade edge is only 25mm long). I must admit to being pleasantly surprised by invitation to review Iain Sinclair’s CardSharp 2. The CardSharp 2 is essentially a credit card knife that you can, if you are so inclined, carry around in your wallet. While the CardSharp2 is really easy to setup, it is worth taking a moment to look over the instructions. New improved construction with three-stage and child-proof Zytel® safety lock prevents accidental opening and gives the knife excellent rigidity in both open and closed positions. A good test for Cardsharp® is to carefully cut through a tennis ball or two inch foam which is more difficult using a normal carton knife.

A few months back the folks at Iain Sinclair contacted me about reviewing their latest version of their lightweight folding credit card knife, the CardSharp 2. You won’t be able to break down a refrigerator box, blast through zip ties, pry, chop or even tackle a well cooked steak with the CardSharp 2. The CardSharp 2 is designed to be ridiculously light, impossibly slim, and totally unique.As for practical applications, this is a blade for those minor emergencies many people find in their day to day urban and suburban lives. Certainly passable for its intended use.Handle, Ergonomics and CarrySo the handle of the CardSharp 2 is really what this knife is all about. Actual assembly is really quite simple, but if you would like a more detailed demonstration I recommend checking out my video.As far as construction is concerned, the handle of the CardSharp 2 is made entirely of plastic.
The CardSharp 2 is actually designed to fit the hand with some jimping and something of a finger choil, but in practice I found the knife best performed if you held it in a pinch grip. This is mainly to keep the knife from coming apart, but it did feel fine for light use.Deployment and LockupOn the subject of deployment, the CardSharp 2 once again falls outside of my usual framework for a knife review.

If you hold the blade in a pinch grip around where the pivot would be on a normal folding knife, the CardSharp 2 is sturdy and I think you will be able to get your light use tasks accomplished.A Word of CautionI just wanted to insert a small disclaimer cautioning you about attempting to take this knife on an airplane, or into a courthouse, or anything along those lines. I feel like the CardSharp 2 caters first to the design crowd, then to gadget lovers and finally enthusiasts of cutlery. It is much thicker than the CardSharp (~9,2 mm), but also is absolutely incomparable in sturdiness and functionality. Hopefully that is all I will do with it,but I have a very big imagination so I would prefer to have it,and never need it then to get into a snag wishing I had one.

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