Split Ring / Locking Nut / Screw / Body = 100 % titanium
Here's a product driven by the internal want/desire of our Art Department. They wanted a knife like our Folding Titanium Craft Scalpel, BUT using standard #11 hobby blades. This compact Slide Lock Titanium Craft Knife is designed to be with you when you need to make that quick precision cuts.
CNC & EDM Machined From A Single Block Of Titanium!
Number 11 blades are the most popluar hobby knife blade. It's perfect for general purpose, light duty blades for trimming and cutting
Great for graphic artists, architects, car wrappers, designers, hobbyists, scrapbook artists, and crafters that cut paper, card-stock, stencils, film, photographs, tape, plastic, cork, wood, vinyl, cloth, leather, cardboard, foam boards and most other light-weight materials.
It’s small which is Handy, light weight. Has a loop to carry. I prefer a round longer handle so this one is for short run projects. It’s Cute!
Great little blade !!
Just after I received mine i lost the nut screw and blade. I contacted CC to see if i could purchase replacements.
They sent them to me free of charge ! EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE!! Now I need to see if I can purchase 2 of the caps because I got mine before they came with them.
Slide lock titanium craft knife.
Very small and light, and was surprisingly easy to use in spite of its small size. The blade lock mechanism seems to be quite secure, but then I haven't carried it in my pocket all day to see if it would loosen up as some have mentioned. In any case, the plastic sheath provides quite adequate protection.
Awkward for big hands
Quite small; so far prefer the jackknife model of scalpel knife. This one seems fidgety. Maybe (I hope) practice will improve it?
Little jewel of a knife
Construction is amazing. Each of the dimples on the handle appears to be a single turning. I tried to carry it in my pocket without the red protective jacket but the locking nut tended to loosen allowing the blade to slide out. You must use the jacket! I refrained from tightening the nut too much because it appears to be Ti and could gall and that would be bad. I’ve found it to be very useful. It is rather sharp.