True Utility Skeleton Knife
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- A stylish folding knife, opened with a one-handed motion
- Small, lightweight, comfortable and easy to carry
- Can clip on to your belt or hang from a key ring with the lanyard
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True Utility Skeleton Knife is a stylish folding knife. It is opened with a one-handed motion, making it an easy and secure tool to use. Small, lightweight, comfortable and easy to carry. Perfectly pocket and hand sized and can also clip on to your belt or hang from a key ring with the lanyard.
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Seems well made, although the RUBBER blade stop - which i can only presume is the bit of black plastic - is neither a blade stop nor rubber.
If it was more expensive, i would be sending it back as I wanted it on my day to day key ring and that would be illegal.
If it didn't lock, i would give it 5 stars and i might even Dremmel the locking bit off.
Does not safely or easily open with one hand unless you adjust it slack, but if it did - i think that would be against the law too.
Still a nice looking sturdy small knife.
I don't understand people complaining about its size when it is described correctly.
I didn't read the reviews as it was an add-on spot purchase. - the product description does not say it locks.
It’s very well made and has a decent lock blade and cutting edge.
Definitely recommend - for the price and quality you can’t go wrong.
I read the reviews and I was surprised of how small it was, perfect for work on the fly.
However, the bolts that hold together everything are damaged. Looks like they use a damaged Allen key or they over torque the bolts as they are round and damaged, given the look of used tool. Also the blade doesn't feels sharp like new blade.
Thanks for reading.