Pocket Samurai Keychain Knife
Fight Junk Mail
- 440C stainless steel Tanto blade
- Purple or Black casing with katana-style diamond pattern
- Stainless steel keyring loop and removable pocket clip
Fight Junk MailSamurai ruled Japan for over 700 years, respected for their strength, their speed, and their skill with various blades and other warrior tools. When the samurai class was abolished in the late 19th century, many highly educated samurai became businessmen, writers, or entered government service, generating new publications and communications. Some of their works undoubtedly qualified as junk mail.
Use the power of the Pocket Samurai Keychain Knife's 440C stainless steel tanto blade to slice through the latest renewal reminder for the subscription service you don't want, the political campaign flyers, or the bill you've already paid. The knife's stainless steel keyring loop and removable pocket clip ensure the knife won't go missing like scissors and letter openers do and you'll always have it with you. The stainless steel linerlock and permits easy one-handed operation while on the phone with bill collectors or your bestie. And when you're not fighting junk mail, you have a great tool for camping, fishing, and more.
- Pocket Samurai Keychain Knife
- Choose Purple or Black casing with diamond pattern similar to traditional katana
- Tanto blade
- Stainless steel linerlock for easy one-handed drawing and concealing of the blade
- Stainless steel keyring loop
- Removable stainless steel pocket clip
- Thumb stud
- Materials: 440C stainless steel blade and anodized aircraft grade aluminum casing
- Total Length (open): 4.8"
- Total Length (closed): 2.7"
- Blade Length: 2.0"
- Weight: 1 oz.
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