The Omni Blade pocket knife promises to give you the strength of a samurai sword in a 4cm-thick blade that you can effortlessly bring with you wherever you go. Its maker, Hribarcain, assures by its durability and toughness.
Hribarcain calls his invention as the “world’s smallest and sharpest” pocket knife because it’s made from the same Damascus steel used to forge the legendary katana. This means the blade stays up to five times sharper than the normal stainless steel blade.
This makes the knife the perfect tool for any cutting situation because it doesn’t easily break or bend. You can use it in opening heavy-duty boxes and cans, cutting ropes or other thick materials, and even in carving wood. The blade remains strong and sturdy.
The knife uses a push-release method to unlock the blade and it folds back again after use. Its open face blade design displays the Damascus steel at all times, even when not in use.
The Omni Blade pocket knife is water resistant and scratch resistant. Its frame is made from aircraft grade aluminum, making it lightweight and durable. It’s a neat-looking tool with its robust design and compact size, which makes it portable to carry around in your pocket or wallet or hang with your keys through its integrated key loop, which also functions as a bottle opener.
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