Key Ring Collapsible Scalpel: If you are like us, there is always something that needs to cut with precision, but your craft knife is always somewhere else.
With our new Key Ring Collapsible Scalpel you will always have your craft knife close at hand, yet safely stowed when not needed.
Works great on your keychain, even on a neck lanyard.
Constructed entirely of Grade 5 Titanium, and features our non-slip golf ball pattern, providing 300% more gripping surface.
Weight: .65 ounces
Includes: 18 Spare Blades
I have both this and the Slidelock Ti Collapsible Scapel. This one is obviously more sturdy, and is significantly more secure—the slide lock can open on its own (and I purchased the first version without the red cover). This one rides well on the keychain and provides more than adequate purchase for regular use.
If anything I need large knives. But for a tiny knife in a titanium tube? Top notch. I've mostly had to invent uses for it but come on. Tiny tube knife. Get some.
As is all of CC's cool stuff, this is too. I have used it a dozen times recently. Keep it in front of on my desk. Easy to toss in the pocket!
I really like this design concept of a sturdy pocket precision knife, especially the really solid way the blade is protected in the handle so no worrying about accidental stabs . On the downside, the threaded connecting piece, which uses o-rings to provide a holding grip when assembled, has just barely enough threads to engage, the connection is so close that replacing the o-ring from its supplied 1mm with a 1.5mm thick one is sufficient to prevent you from being able to thread it together. I was unable to find a 1mm o-ring locally so tried the 1.5mm as a replacement. I believe the o-ring is a 1mm cross-section by 6mm inside diameter but recognize this is me measuring with a metric scale so there might be some error. CountyComm should include the o-ring size in the description so we don't have to guess. Increasing the available threads by one or two on each end would be a great improvement for users. Even if the overall length of the connecter part grows a little I do not think it would adversely affect its portability or usefulness, but would ensure a solid connection when assembled.