50% Less Weight Than The Titanium Model
The Carbon Fiber Folding Craft Scalpel Knife is an awesome pocket EDC tool, that stores safe and secure for when you need it. The blades are standardized and easy to deploy. The golf ball dimpled carbon fiber handle provides loads of extra grip in such a small form factor.
Perfect for cutting cordage, cardboard, textiles, clearing a wound, seatbelt....
Carbon Fiber Scales + Titanium Back Spacer Skeleton & Screws
Weight with Blade: .5 oz
Dimensions Open : 5.5" x .55" x .3"
Also here is a quick video for how to safely and easily swap blades ( Here )
If you need more spare blades here is a link ( Click Here )
Includes custom robust nylon case, 3 Spare Stainless Steel Blades ( Standard 24 sizing for easy replacement )
I have this crummy stainless steel skeleton knife with a blade that's flat on one side and I use this to open mail, packages, et cetera. This razor is going to replace the previously mentioned embarrassment of a knife. This is like a Super Bike of disposable Scalpel blades. It's nimble, it's light weight, IT'S CARBON FIBER...
...It's more compact than the knife it's replacing and of much better quality (it is just a disposable blade holder). It unfolds so buttery smooth it's nearly like nothing is even happening (be careful). On that note, I'm prone to being a klutz. A blade that locks in place would give me some additional confidence when slicing open envelopes and through clear packing tape. It's a sharp blade with a sweet handle!
This knife weighs almost nothing and I hardly know it is in my pocket. It is an ideal EDC for all sorts of Tasks during myday. Never needs sharpening, just slip a new blade in.
This carbon fiber knife is one of the lightest knives I’ve ever had, well built and the blades are amazingly sharp. When my wife found out I ordered it she had me get her one as well, because of the pouch that comes with it she can carry it in her purse without worrying about it opening up.
This baby is perfect sized to throw in your pocket or bag and have a super sharp blade with for EDC. Blades are simple to change, it's built well! No complaints at all!
I got the carbon-scaled one because I misplaced my Ti version. The carbon one is very light, to the point of seeming a bit flimsy. However, I don't think it is. I use scalpels for non medical uses all the time in my job, and usually have some on every work bench. It is nice to have one in my pocket as well.
I do have a couple of suggestions. I have all three available versions, and in each case, I found it helpful to sew an additional section of webbing on the back to allow it to fit on a belt. Otherwise, it is just another thing to root out of my pocket or tool bag when needed.
The other issue is that it would be nice to have a version in a number 3 size, which could accommodate more common small blades. I use #10 and #11 blades by the hundreds.
But it is a well made and useful tool