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What is the last thing you cut?

Discussion in 'Knives' started by Biolabob, Oct 2, 2016.

  1. Moshe ben David

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    Opened a box from -- where else? -- Amazon, using my desk SAK (an older SAK; main blade is still sharp but backspring sort of loose so I don't carry it). Then used the SAK to cut the box down flat and puncture the interior air bags so all fit in the recycle bin better.

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  2. Gogogordy

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    The lazy backspring...warranty?
    Just saying....
     
  3. smokingfish

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    As a chef, it was yummy food.
    My pocket knife, slept today as it wasn't needed, especially since there's so many knives around.
    Yesterday I did use the trusty sebenza to open a few boxes.
    I did get to use my new deba from yoshihiro. Fantastic knife I must say, sorry I don't have pictures of me cutting food with it as it was busy at work.
     
  4. PragmaticMurphyist

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    A padded envelope wrapped in a country mile of sticky tape. UKPK to the rescue!
     
  5. dplafoll

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    I work in IT, and we ordered a bunch of replacement laptop batteries. So I opened all of those boxes with my Spyderco Mantra.
     
  6. pathwinder14

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    The Amazon box containing my Victorinox Tinker Deluxe. ...

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  8. chavez

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    still waiting for someone to say "the umbilical cord on my baby born today".;)
     
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  9. NelsonIII

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    Red squirrel, processed with Izula II.
     
  10. Moshe ben David

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    Probably; although it is a Wenger from before the merger. But I've enough SAK that show up in my rotation; having a dedicated SAK at my home office desk is not a burden, believe me!

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
  11. Gogogordy

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    Another first world problem solved (itself)

    BTW Vic handles Wenger's warranty work same as Vic's.
     
  12. ReadyFreddy23

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    My thumb...ouch!
     
  13. TransportJockey

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    A water bottle to make a makeshift funnel to put oil in my truck

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    I don't usually cut food with my EDC knife (except the occasional bread roll, fruit or vegetable when traveling), but I open a lot of food packaging with it. The last thing I cut with my trusty Pioneer must have been some packages of lettuce while cooking yesterday.

    Before that, I used it to prune the tomato plants in the greenhouse. I guess I should have used a Pruner or Harvester. But I don't own either, and the Pioneer handles the job just fine.
     
  15. ran23
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    I still have tomatoes, cutting those up with everything I eat.
     
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    My hand, but not badly.
     
  17. J_C
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    A heavy corrugated cardboard box, using a Case Peanut. Because that's what I had on me at the time. The Peanut, not the box.
     
  18. JC807

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    packet of meat. marinated lamb in a greek style, to be precise. I used a Tojiro Flash Chef 180mm
     
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    The plastic wrapper on a snack-size Tillamook Colby-Jack cheese slice. Used an 8" J.A. Henkels Classic.
     
  20. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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