The new simplified and improved three part construction incorporates a robust Zytel® child-proof safety lock built into the single piece medical grade Borealis™ polypropylene body (living hinges guaranteed for life) . The addition of a snap-fit blade lock also gives the knife excellent rigidity in both open and closed positions.
Cardsharp’s unique surgical blade technology features an extra long 65mm cutting edge that ensures longer lasting sharpness
The Cardsharp, designed by Iain Sinclair, was originally designed as a lightweight surgical knife for medical centers. It folds nearly as flat as a standard credit card, weighs only 24 grams and promises cutting power equal to a surgeon’s scalpel. In fact, the Cardsharp easily cuts through an automobile safety belt, a tennis ball, and two-inch foam. Two childproof safety lock sliders offer ultimate rigidity in both open and closed positions. A tough, heavy-duty tool suitable for most cutting tasks, the Cardsharp includes a hard anodized surface finish and is available in natural silver or matte black with matching blade. This revolutionary knife is the one of the first real innovations in penknives since the first known folding knives, and for less than $14 it’s the sharpest knife in the world at the lowest cost. For more information on this and other Ian Sinclair products, visit their website: iansinclair.com
PRODUCT SIZE – 85.6 x 54 x 2.2mm
PRODUCT WEIGHT – 12 grams
CONSTRUCTION – Borealis™ 8281-55 polypropylene and 420 series surgical stainless steel
PACKAGING – CD size gift box (see images below)
PACK WEIGHT – 48 grams (including knife)
PACK CONSTRUCTION – Matt black card and neoprene rubber
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN – Europe and Far East
MANUFACTURER – Carclo Plc
CUSTOMIZATION – Optional custom laser engraving available at checkout (charged extra)
This article originally published in AMERICAN FRONTIERSMAN® 2014-#158 issue. Print and Digital Subscriptions to AMERICAN FRONTIERSMAN® magazine are available here.
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