Got a piranha in the pocket!

22 Sep

imageOften when I’m working outdoor, I need scissors, something to cut carton boxes open, open a FedEx plastic envelop, unpack products, … And in the middle of nowhere what’s left to you is your bite and nails … Maybe not!
I’ve been benching solutions for quite a time now and recently found the Piranha Alpine Knife by Trango.
It’s a small pocket knife made from surgical 440-C stainless.
The Piranha is small and can be the beat friend of your keyring.
The blade is dented and cuts really well (watch the fingers or no more piano lessons) but Trango thought about it and it’s advised to carry the Piranha on a regular carabiner and it won’t open itself.
When you are finished your work with the Piranha, you’ll be able to open bottle thanks to it’s bottles opener.

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. Dimension (blade: 1″/26mm, Piranha closed: 2,4″/6cm)
. Weight: 2,7oz, 19mm
. Price: 19,95$
Now you can say small, light and efficient as a Piranha!

If you are a regular outdoor person this will greatly help you but you might need another blade for long heavy work as because of it’s small size it may be uncomfortable.

I also have the Curve by Gerber (which brings to the plate many different screw imagedrivers and a bottle opener), 9,99$

More about the Piranha
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PS: don’t forget to check it in, as blades even tiny ones are not TSA-approved.

8 Responses to “Got a piranha in the pocket!”

  1. andy1076 September 22, 2013 at 6:40 PM #

    I’ve considered buying Gerber brand in the past, but opted for Spyderco instead. This is really neat though 🙂

  2. viveka September 22, 2013 at 10:15 PM #

    They say that big wonders comes in small package. But this can also become a lethal weapon.

    • chaseitorbchased September 22, 2013 at 10:40 PM #

      It’s more for carton boxes and cutting ropes …

      • viveka September 22, 2013 at 10:41 PM #

        I bet that can do some damage in the wrong hands .. to more than boxes and ropes *smile – but I like it.

      • chaseitorbchased September 22, 2013 at 10:56 PM #

        A blade is always a blade, … Watch the fingers 😉

      • viveka September 23, 2013 at 2:19 AM #

        I will .. *smile

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