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Kershaw Cinder (1025X) Multifunction Pocket Knife, 1.4-inch High Performance 3Cr13 Steel Blade $8.49 Amazon

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Kershaw Cinder (1025X) Multifunction Pocket Knife, 1.4-inch High Performance 3Cr13 Steel Blade with Stonewashed Finish, Glass Filled Nylon Handle, Liner Lock, Bottle Opener, Lanyard Hole, 0.9 OZ

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BAJK7DE

  • 1.4-inch upswept tip blade is made of high-performance 3Cr13 stainless steel with good corrosion resistance
  • Compact handle features glass filled nylon scales over a steel frame with easy access to the liner lock
  • Capable of accomplishing many everyday basic tasks including, opening packages, cutting zip-ties, breaking down boxes, removing bottle caps, stripping small wire and more
  • Compact design is easily carried in pockets, purses, backpacks, briefcases, emergency kits, on lanyards or on key chains
  • Expertly designed by Rick Hinderer and precision engineered by Kershaw brings performance and real world practicality into a simple EDC



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Lowest$6.39
Current$8.49
Average 3 months$9.05
Average 6 months$8.79
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3Cr13Mov isn't a high performance steel, it's a very budget steel
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I use this on my keychain and lost my last one after the TSA took my last one. It is a nice knife and bottle opener in a small size. TU.
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It's pretty heavy duty for its size and thicker than most other tiny knives out there. It can also withstand a good twisting. I got it for opening all those amazon boxes. This is less threatening than carrying or wHipping out the full size EDC.
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3Cr13Mov isn't a high performance steel, it's a very budget steel
It's a keychain knife and the price is right. I got it at $6 and it's been handy to have for the 2x a year I needed it.

My company has a knife policy; it has to be under 1.5". This fits the bill.

I collect knives. Both cheap and expensive. This knife actually feels well made. It works fine for occasionally opening boxes or even plastic packaging.
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Can't ship to upstate NY....??
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It's a keychain knife and the price is right. I got it at $6 and it's been handy to have for the 2x a year I needed it.

My company has a knife policy; it has to be under 1.5". This fits the bill.

I collect knives. Both cheap and expensive. This knife actually feels well made. It works fine for occasionally opening boxes or even plastic packaging.
Same here, got it for ~$7 back in July. Really nice little keychain knife w/ bottle opener. Wouldn't think twice if you're in the market for one.
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Same here, got it for ~$7 back in July. Really nice little keychain knife w/ bottle opener. Wouldn't think twice if you're in the market for one.
Let's not confuse utility for savings; this price is one of the highest recorded since April 2016 (see line I drew on the attached price history chart).
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I would not recommend this knife at any price point except free. The knife is tiny, smaller than any utility razor blade. the safety occasionally fails and I close the blade while in hand. I've checked numerous times to see how I'm holding this thing to make the safety slip. I can't figure out why I would be doing something wrong.

I dont trust it as a letter opener. Send me $4, PM me and I'll send it your way.
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This has been my EDC since it was on sale for $6 several months ago. No complaints. It's laughably small for a pocket knife, but honestly it takes up next to no room in the pocket and does 90% of pocket knife tasks. I was warry of the safety based on a few people's anecdotes but I've had zero issues. I've even gone as far as pushing on the back of the blade, hard, against the lock to see if I could get it to fail with no luck. I love this little thing. Plus it's pretty great to whip out if somebody asks for a knife because it always gets a funny reaction.
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That's not a knife... https://gph.is/1TAGtSJ
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Reviews are not decent, most of 'em are fake reviews.
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Slickdeals really, there is no deal here, go to a knife forum if you wanna recommend a knife.
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I would not recommend this knife at any price point except free. The knife is tiny, smaller than any utility razor blade. the safety occasionally fails and I close the blade while in hand. I've checked numerous times to see how I'm holding this thing to make the safety slip. I can't figure out why I would be doing something wrong.

I dont trust it as a letter opener. Send me $4, PM me and I'll send it your way.
Although I don't own this exact knife, I've had a few with a similar locking mechanism and I've been looking at the photos on Amazon and have a suggestion to offer.

I'd first make sure there is no burr or protrusions causing any gapping at the blade hinge and if so remove them. Then really tighten the top screw and then the bottom to middle. It may make the operation of the blade stiff but should stop it from closing on its own.The problem with many that have the blade lock as a section of bendable metal is that any gap at where the blade connection is made can allow it to release from both sides of the blade and fold shut.

With this small of a blade it's unlikely your finger placement is causing the problem.
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