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Home/ Creditor Carbon Fiber Credit Card Knife by John Kubasek
Full Product Description
There is a reason why this blade won the Most Innovative Knife Design. Custom-made by John Kubasek, this knife has to be put in your hands to be truly appreciated. Unfolded the knife is a little over 6 inches long, but folded up it’s just 3.4” x 1.7". It’s the thickness of just three credit cards, so it’s meant to fit in a wallet, hence the name “Creditor”. If you remove the clip it will be the size of a credit card and will fit in your wallet. The knife uses a Delrin ball detent so it will lock when opened and pressing down on the side of the handle unlocks it. The back has a clip which will allow you to use as a money clip to hold a couple cards and some bills.
The blade is a laminate of real carbon fiber and D2 tool steel with a Rockwell harness of 59-60. The handle is made out of 6AL4V titanium with a small piece of carbon fiber in the corner, while the clip is black stainless steel. The use of carbon fiber and titanium make this weigh just 39 grams or less than 2 ounces.
What You Need To Know
Blade made out of real carbon fiber and D2 tool steel
Handle made out of titanium
Custom-made by knife-maker John Kubasek
Has a clip on the back that fits a couple cards and some bills or can be used as a belt clip
Just 3.2mm thickness (about 3 credit cards)
If you remove the clip, it fits right in a wallet
Closed: 3.4" in x 1.7" in. | 3.2mm thick | Blade Length: 2.5" in
Genuine Carbon Fiber, Steel, Titanium
Why is Carbon Fiber Special?
Very strong in certain applications
Modern, high-tech look
The next generation luxury material
Used in really cool applications like exotic cars (Ferrari, Lamborghini), NASA/Aerospace, high-end sporting equipment, yachts and more.