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Folding Credit Card Knife for your Wallet

on September 4, 2011 12:00 pm

The CardSharp is an ultra thin knife that conveniently stores in a credit card slot in your wallet. It has a stainless steel surgical blade and a polypropylene handle that only requires three quick folds to transform it from rectangular credit card shape to a super sharp knife. The CardSharp is $25 from Iain Sinclair.

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    deslock says:

    Nifty, but I think I’ll stick with my Leatherman. FYI your link is broken (missing the h in http).

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    Haesslich says:

    Another reason for the TSA to frisk you and take away your wallet, I see. ;)

    Ditto for sticking with the Leatherman multitool, but at least this card has a usable(?) handle.

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    Julie says:

    @deslock Link fixed. Thanks :)

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    Ian McTaggart says:

    My Swiss Card has been doing that for years (20?). I assume that you still cannot take it on planes or through security checkpoints.

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    Norm says:

    Can you unfold it and put it back in your wallet after using it? Their site doesn’t say.

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    Julie says:

    @Norm Yes, it folds back into the credit card shape. Their site has a video that shows it in action.

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    Joe Silverton says:

    Thanks Julie! These were not available for quite some time, and so now I ordered a few for gifts. I hope they don’t really take 28 days to ship. Your posts are the best!

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