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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Dorian, Nov 10, 2014.
Does the blade touch the bottom of the inside frame when moving in and out?
It does, unless you get use concave blades!
i don;t think I've ever needed a boxcutter. i wanted another little prybar with a sharp bit for quietly opening stubborn candy in a movie theater (my big folders make these lovely sounds when the locks engage, but i don't think my fellow moviegoers want to hear a big knife snapping open in the dark).
I don't know if it was already said, but the TAD version (with map laser engraved on) is in stock to at the TAd website.
Proably prefer it over the sound of a shotgun being racked.
Mine is on the way.
No fooling around with shipping. Intuitive operation. Quality workmanship. Now I need some Lenox gold blades.
Can someone with a RUT confirm if they can open cans?
Hmm, I should try with my tribute.
If you needed to open a can, more than likely a P38 is with you.
You wouldn't want to hurt such a thing of beauty.
Mine is away on holiday at the moment, sorry.
I'm willing to give this ago later. Looking at it, I think it would be more suited to a lefty for can opening, I'm going to be holding it at a rather obtuse angle.
Review to follow.
Given enough time, I suppose you can open a can with a rock.
As to using a RUT for this purpose, I expect you can get a fairly good idea of the ROI by getting out a Swiss Army Knife/SwissTool and trying to open a can first with the bottle opener and then with the actual can opener.
More than anything else, I see a high probability for an slip-related injury that will resut in the Significant Other using up her/his daily quota of eyerolls and forehead slaps.
Has it sent any postcards?
It hasn't sent anything, I am rather upset with it
Perhaps you should just assume it set up an Instagram account.
It's shown its face on Tumblr a few times, don't think its hip enough for IG
This. I just tried with my V2 and I was able to puncture the can pretty easily, but the second and third cuts were tough. The RUT isn't quite big enough in your hand to make it well a well controlled cut, and I slipped and punched the counter HARD on the 4th cut so I stopped. On the bright side, now I get to eat a nice can of chili with my eggs this morning. So yes, the RUT can open a can if you are really desperate, but I don't recommend it.
Why do I want a RUT so badly? Can anyone explain it?
While the shiny is admittedly limited, I believe the sentiment still applies.
Gave in to the urge last month:
Made sure it was dressed (Guerilladex Designs RUT TAC):