Cold Steel Mini Tuff-Lite - Cuchillo (12,7 cm, 45,35g, Acero inoxidable, AUS 8, De plástico, Negro)
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- Tamaño: 5,08 cm
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad por paquete: 1
Color de la hoja: Acero inoxidable
Color del mando: Negro
Grosor de la hoja: 2,5 mm
Longitud: 12,7 cm
Material de agarradera: De plástico
Material de la cuchilla: Acero inoxidable
Tipo de cuchillo: Especial
Tipo de hoja: 5,08 cm
Tipo de metal: AUS 8
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Sharp YES ! Plenty. I am a hand tool fine woodworker and I know what sharp is.
Initially had trouble closing but once I discovered that if I put the lever against the second knuckle of my index finger, rather than between knuckles against the bone, I could close it 100 % of the time no problem even without looking. Not one handed though unless I press the back of the blade against my leg. Careful you don't cut off something you may need later.
Opening one handed; yes that was kind of awkward to start but I looked at it and the slotted hole actually helps rather than a round hole. Once I got a little muscle memory of how to do it I could open it one handed 100 % of the time and after a while it helped to not look but to just feel for the right way to hold it, which is natural and no fumbling once you pay attention and feel it a few times. Don't over think it just feel and practice.
I have small hands and am a mechanic so maybe I am lucky but opening one handed is no problem. Personally I like this hole in the blade style rather than the post on the blade that can be in the way of cutting stuff. This oval hole makes it super easy to open two handed especially if you have short finger nails (no finger nails) or your hands are wet etc.
Sharp edges on the blade other than the cutting edge and general finish :
Yes they are in need of a bit of chamfering. Hence my four stars rather than five. The over all finish and all is just fine.
For the price this is a great knife. Guys . . . for the price you can take the end of one of your sharpening stones or other abrasive like object and take off a bit of the squareness if you like.
Heck I was fully prepared from the other reviews (stiffness at the pivot and hard to open) to take the knife apart and or loosen the pivot.
No need it is perfect out of the box.
I would buy this again and recommend it.
Basically, it's better than the bigger one. I have both and this one is just more handy.
It's easy to keep sharp. It's one inch of stright edge.
The small blade makes if very easy to control. And it's still enough steel to take care of any edc task.
It doesn't raise any eyebrows around the office either. Don't be the guy that clacks out a 4+inch tactical body stabber in the break room to open the box of Styrofoam coffee cups in font of Betty the part time liberal activist and full time HR director. IDK, you're probably smart enough to keep it in your pocket in that situation. But then you'll be ripping the cardboard with your fingers like some unprepared office oaf.
The actual cutting portion of the blade is 1 1/4". This may be a pro or con depending on who is purchasing it but it is perfectly fine for me. The blade itself feels like a scalpel. Razor sharp should be taken literaly here. A portion of the blade is rounded out for your index finger. Also there is the round cutout(for your middle finger) in the grips for your thumb to swing open the knife. My hands are average size and with the knife open, these cutouts make the knife fit my hand like a glove.
The cons about this knife are few but are worth noting. First the belt clip attached to the knife, while secure and strong, is not able to be removed and attached to the other side. So southpaws might not like the arrangement. Second, the cutout for thumb opening really should be rounded some. The grips are a little tall at that point and it makes it a little difficult for your thumb to smoothly open the knife. Someone with a steady hand and and a grinding tool could probably make quick and easy work of this.
To me the pros of this knife far, far outweigh the cons. Especially for the price. So if you are looking for a EDC knife that is small, light, sharp, and high quality, this thing is a pure bargin.
I have now carried this knife for nearly two years and the lock is still as solid as the day it arrived. AUS8a is not the best steel for edge holding but it is easily sharpened so it all balances out. If your looking for a discrete cutting tool that out performs its diminutive size , this is the tool for you.