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CardSharp Credit Card Knife

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The CardSharp Credit Card Knife is an ultra-light and ultra-thin utility knife that fits comfortably into your wallet.

At a mere 2.2mm thick, the 13-gram CardSharp transforms from the size of a credit card into a well-balanced knife with a sturdy handle.

The waterproof CardSharp Knife features a nearly 3-inch long blade made from surgical steel and the polypropylene handle is guaranteed to last a lifetime of unfolding and folding.

A clever locking mechanism prevents accidental cutting or blunting when the CardSharp is docked. Ensure you’re always prepared with the CardSharp.


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29 replies on “CardSharp Credit Card Knife”

You could see how the narrator was running out of lines so he was just like”cut a tennis ball with this shit, I don’t fuck’n know”

@Darkteckh on telegram is a real vendor I can’t believe my eyes that man too real Go on his telegram He sell credit card with high balance🦘🧝‍♀️🥈🥈

"And if you want to cut open a tennis ball for some reason, you can do that too."
However else I feel about this product, I respect whoever allowed that line to be included.

Im bit curious i have one right now im afraid if i bring it to an airport or mall due to metal detector or xray can they detect that ?

I've actually brought two of them. It's hella useful at times (I use them to cut paper because I cant find scissors) and its EXTEREMELY SHARP. I took them everywhere since its in my wallet and thankfully metal detectors dont go off at them.

First cardsharp lasted for like a year until the thing in the middle (the circle ones) that holds the knife and the card together broke off. Same goes for the second one before I can even use it. Would totally buy again tho. I reccommend it

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