"Oxygen Tank Key with small cutting blade, Made in U.S.A. "
Oxygen Tank Key is the primary purpose of the key-chain knife,
Opening is fast and positive. They sell for an extremely reasonable suggested retail of $90.00, which offers the user a heck of a value for a design that employs quality American manufacturing, top-grade materials and the talents of a famed knife maker.
Safety lock, prevents accidental opening or closing.
Mates with M.O.L.L.E. vest.
Lanyard hole accommodates 550 Para-cord
Extra large deploy lock buttons to allow easy manipulation while wearing work gloves or cold weather mittens. The handle is molded from Isoplast, the same material used in molding hard hats, power casings, and snow board bindings. Locks Open or Closed-perfect fit for watch-coin pocket on jeans or carry on your key chain. Designed by Adam Smith of the Rhode Island School of design and then updated with the blades designed by Blackie Collins. Open framed design of the same rugged polymer rand carry a stubby, 1 inch-long, drop -point ATS-34 chain-saw-cutting serrated mounted to a 3 1/4-inch long handle. All the Blackie Collins signature series use the same style firing mechanism. The safety protrudes further than the firing button so there is no confusion between the two. The big button also makes the safety easy to operate even with gloves on. Clip allows loosening up the tension to get a good mix of security and ease of draw. Knife World Magazine, June 2013 , Staff Writer
American Knife, 100%, a collaborative between Colonial Knife; Cutlery Hall-of-Fame Walter “Blackie” Collins and Adam Smith of the Rhode Island School of Design and the science lab at Brown University. The Concept- to create a uniquely designed, practical in every aspect, comfortable to hold, formfitting; utilitarian; work of art that is also a switchblade. Hence, the Guides Knife™ automatic knife with a high cool factor. The Guides Knife™ key has a serrated blade, the reason being that such a compact blade tends to get a lot of abuse and neglect. Also comes with a pocket clip, or use the ball chain to carry on a key ring or lanyard hole with cord to attach with a carabineer clip to the climbing harness, always in reach. The handle is indestructible; the synthetic material, same used in the manufacturing of hard hats, power tool casings and snow board bindings. offers lightweight with the strength of steel . Blade material is a premium ATS-34 stainless steel. Made in Warwick, Rhode Island, U.S.A. and comes with a lifetime warranty.
Handle Design: Adam Smith, Rhode Island School of design