First Look: RazorWork Knife

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posted on December 15, 2020
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At the push of a button, the RazorWork knife, from Outdoor Edge, can take you from standard utility use to skinning. A replaceable-blade EDC, the knife features a replaceable, scalpel-sharp, three-inch utility blade made from Japanese 420J2 stainless steel that has been heat-treated and hand-finished. This blade design promises to transfer power directly to the cutting edge, making it a great knife for tradesmen and everyday carry, offering 3X the cutting edge when compared to a standard utility blade.

When work is done and you are ready to hit the woods, switch to a three-inch drop-point blade thanks to Outdoor Edge’s RazorSafe system. This patented system allows you to change blades quickly, easily, and safely with the push of a button. The blade is seated in a black-oxide-coated steel blade holder, to provide the strong backing of a traditional knife. 

With a handle constructed from a lightweight, one-piece, non-slip Grivory polymer, each RazorWork knife comes with two utility blades and one three-inch drop point blade. For more information, check out outdooredge.comMSRP: $30.95

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