Limit 3 Per Customer
Limited Run 500 Pieces!
Includes 8x Spare Blades
The MaxMadCo Design Utility Blade Knife is a throw back to our good friend who created this concept over 25 years ago. We have made some modifications to bring this concept to life in the modern age with a single piece unibody frame design. The main frame is wire EDM ( Electrically Discharged Machining ) cut from a solid block of grade 5 titanium. The blade free floats in place with a secure twist lock mechanism at any location on the slider.
All parts of the design are titanium except for the blade
Titanium Clip with T-6 Torx Screws
Includes 8x Standard Contractor Blades
Weight : 1.2 Ounces
Dimensions: 2.5" x .95" x .23"
Material : Titanium Grade 5
Caution : Contractor blades are incredibly sharp and should be handled with care by an adult at all times. Use care and safety with this product!
• It's beautifully made.
• The knife blade cannot be deployed with one hand. This may seem like a negative to many, but in NYC getting caught with a blade that can be opened with one hand is a real no-no. The NYPD looks for pocket clips as probable cause that someone is carrying a "gravity knife" which can be opened with one hand.
• The cutting depth / blade length can be adjusted.
• It's very small - clips nicely into the little jeans coin pocket.
• Having a knob instead of a screw means changing blades without the need for a screwdriver.
• Reasonably priced for a quality titanium tool.
• If there's no blade in the knife (like when in an airport), the knob and screw combo become loose parts and could be lost.
• The knob needs to be knurled on the sides, not just at the chamfered edge, and with a finer knurling.
• The knob needs to be just a little taller for better grip. It just seems a little too tiny to really tighten the blade in place.
• Instead of a triangle, the lanyard hole could be cut as a hexagon to accommodate a 1/4” hex bit. That would be very cool.
A superb tool, but not so good for pocket carry. The clip puts it in upside down. Within 20 min of coming out of the package and into my pocket the blade slid out, allowing for a bare blade in my pocket. Thankfully my money clip took the edge and the only damage was to a couple of dollar bills.
As soon as I can get the holes drilled and tapped on the other end, this will be the tool it should be -- GREAT. It should come that way.
Very well made, strong, light and will always be sharp with replaceable blades
i receive the mail at work and this thing makes life a bit easier. used to carry a pocket knife but this was all i needed at my current posititon. cool you can use utility blades and swap out when they get crappy
I have a rexford rut and prefer the frame lock, Although I do like the fact this has a pocket clip I think if this had a frame lock this would be a perfect edc not saying this is a bad tool