|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.8 x 2.7 x 0.3 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Blade Length||2.25 inches|
Screwpop 007 - Utility Knife 2.0 - Utility Knife
|Price:||$7.75 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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- The worlds most HANDY utility knife with Bottle Opener with Bottle Opener
- Includes 4 step utility blade
- Easy one-handed use (open/close/cutting)
- Magnetically sticks to refridgerator, appliance, workshop machine and more
- Attaches to keyring, carabiner clip, lanyard cords and more!
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Screwpop® Tool LLC. prides itself by offering only they best in everyday carry items. Our products exceed consumer expectations with highly functional designs that are compact, durable and practical. We are known as, “The World’s most Clipable Keychain Tools”. And unlike many other products on the market, Screwpop® products fit nicely in a pocket, backpack, glovebox and more. Our designs easily clip to or attach onto a keyring, carabiner clip, paracord, belt loop and lanyard. Rons Utility Knife 3.0 (Model SP007) Measures Size 3/16" x 13/16" x 3 1/8 and weights approximately 0.8oz. All metal construction for a lifetime of use. Other handy features include: - includes 4 step utility blade - ultra strong neodymium magnetic catch - large eyelet for attachment - bottle opener
Top Customer Reviews
I guess what everyone wants to know the most is the difference from the version 2.0. I've never seen the ver. 2.0 in person but as far as I know the only difference from the version 2.0 is that the placement of the magnet. They drilled a hole at the bottom of the locking lever and moved the magnet inside there. This serves as a stopper that limits how much the lever can be opened. Because of this placement, the magnet is not sticking out anymore. Also, when you open the lever, the magnet pulls the blade right back in so it makes easier to close the blade with one hand. If you already own ver 2.0 then I don't think it's necessary to upgrade.
It's thin and lightweight but the sheet metal used is plenty solid. I can even pry cans of paints open with the tip. I was afraid that I would bend the knife but it was totally fine.
The finish is all good and no sharp corners. The tension on the blade locking lever is just about right – with a little practice, I can open the lever, slide the blade out, and close the lever to lock the blade - all by one hand. Closing the blade with one hand is even easier since the magnet pulls the blade right back as soon as I open the lock. I feel I can trust the lock will stay closed while dangling around on my keychain everyday.
The keychain hole is too small for real climbing carabiners but small keychain carabiner should be no problem. I tied a 2mm lanyard loop instead to avoid added bulk of a carabiner. The lanyard also helps me to grip the knife and makes the one hand opening easier.
I tested with cutting blister packages and cardboards. It's great for these light duty tasks. Since it's so thin, my index finger started hurting after extended cardboard cutting test however.
The blade moves back and forth a bit and rattles during use because the locking pin doesn't fill the notch on the blade. It doesn't seem to affect cutting performance much but it may bother some people. When the blade is stored the magnet takes care of the rattle.
You can fit two thin blades. The original blade that comes with is a thicker kind so you can fit only one blade. I think bi-metal Irwin or Lenox blades are also thick so you can only fit one. Having two blades is nice but it will make selectively sliding one blade out a little more tedious.
For about the same price you can get a Gerber EAB knife. EAB looks like a much more solidly build, better engineered knife so it's a better bang for the buck. I chose Screwpop because what I needed was a EDC keychain knife, not a pocket knife that I have to keep track of. I'd rather keep a light knife on my keychain and forget about it until I need it.
I don't think there is much more to improve upon this version except for making it more high tolerance and solve the rattling issue (if they do, they will get my 5 stars). The beauty of this knife is in it's simplicity and minimalist appeal. It has a good balance of lightweight, compact size and usability and safety. I guess they could add at least a flat head screwdriver on the tip though.
Spec (my actual measurement):
Weight with one original blade : 22g (0.8oz)
Weight without blade : 18.7g
Overall length: 8cm (3” 1/8)
Width : 2cm
Inside diameter of the hole : 1.1cm (3/8”)
Nice all around balance of weight/construction/materials/form/function.
No, you're not going to build a house out of logs with this thing, and you're not going to take down a charging grizzly bear in nothing but your underwear and this knife.
But, for everyday EDC task it's a minamilist blade that is functional.
I've tried the Gerber EAB, and I liked it. There's pros and cons with either and I think it just boils down to personal preference and what kind of weight/footprint you're looking for. The EAB is a little more beefy, but the screwpop is a little more low profile and depending on how you carry, more unobtrusive.
Slight drawback is the hard(er) to find 4 notch blades. They are out there, but just not as readily available as the 2 notch. The 2 notch blades work fine, but you do loose some adjustability of the blade.
My only complaint, if you can call it one; why does everybody think I need a bottle opener? Am I that much of a lush?
I used to sport the Gerber EAB folding utility knife during the summer when I don't have room in my pockets for a real pocket knife. I like this much better. The EAB would occasionally open in my pocket, it was heavier, and the hinge got loose after a few weeks.
I gave it to my friend who doesn't carry a knife or any edc related things and he has gotten great use out of it. I moved further down the edc razor blade trail and got a gerber EAB(it was around 10$. Amazing value for a solid stainless steel product.) the regular one not the lite. That is a perfect edc razor knife for tasks that you don't want to thrash your nice blade on.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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