Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Screwpop - Ron's Utility Knife 2.0 - Review

Up for review today is the Ron's Utility Knife 2.0 by Screwpop.

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Price : $6.95

For ultralight backpackers, carrying razor blades instead of knives is fairly common; for myself, I will always carrying a knife but I do like to carry a razor blade in reserve just in case.

I like having a razor for just in case situations.  As a backup if something happens to my knife or for situations where i need a finer edges.

Utility Holder: Stainless Steel w/ Brass Eyelet

Blade: Tool Steel 2 or 4 step blades

Size - 3/16" x 13/16” x 3 1/8”

Weight - 0.8oz (w/ blade)

Blade Catch: Neodymium Magnet

Slimmest and most compact design of its kind on the planet

Uses standard utility blades (2 or 4 notched) and allows up to four controlled depths of cuts.

Strong neodymium magnet serves as a blade stop and catch.

One-handed operation is possible!

Can attach to keyrings, carabiner clips, etc.