Card Sharp Out of Stock
- This is a foldable pocket knife that transforms from a credit card into a razor sharp pocket knife with a couple simple folds. Once locked into place, it is as sturdy as any pocket knife, and when done, it easily lays flat and blends in with the other credit cards in your wallet.
Ultra Thin - Designed to fit in the credit card folds of your wallet.
Safe - The superlight polypropylene body includes a built-in protective sheath that helps prevent injury or blunting.
Ingenious - CardSharp is an ingenious conversation piece. A sharp idea that slips safely inside your wallet or kit bag.
Strong - Though not meant for industrial use, it is very sturdy for it's relative size and weight.
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Easy to use spare knife
I keep it in my desk drawer with card folder and use it to open letters and boxes. Great help.
Counting is hard
I ordered 2 of these as gifts for Christmas and got sent only one. Had to take a refund and find a different gift I could get locally since timely shipping is only done when you pay through the nose, not when they screw up.
Handy Credit card Knife
This is a handy little knife. Perfect for opening up packages. A few things that disappointed me was that its not stiff once in credit card state, and its a little flimsy to use. Will you be using this all the time for all your knife needs? No. But you will find it very handy for when you just need a quick cut. At the current price of $5 its a very good purchase. I myself got 4 of them to have in various places. Just remember to take it out of your wallet if your going to fly. I don't know how TSA will feel about this in your pocket. :)
Awesome useful knife
Great small foldable knife for opening boxes etc
Bought 6 of these because after my first one arrived a lot of my friends loved the design and asked me if they could have mine
Great concept but not so great execution
The card is very flimsy and mine doesn’t even stay closed. You MUST hold onto it firmly, otherwise it will quickly close and may end up cutting you. It IS very sharp however, which I like.