Posted July 27, 2011 by Howard
Cold Steel Mini Tuff Folding Knife
Cold Steel Knives has released this very cool little folding pocketknife. The Mini Tuff features a tiny, razor blade like blade that really reminds us of a Kiridashi style. The handle offers a variety of ways to grip the knife and to hold it for a variety of tasks. They are really nicely made and offered at amazing pricing.
You can see them at www.knifecenter.com
Cold Steel has the following information:
Tough enough to do the job and light enough to be handy, Cold Steel‘s Mini Tuff-Lite folder is there when you need it. It’s perfectly sized to slip into a pocket, clip to your waistband, or wear around your neck on a lanyard.
It offers a 2″ long, wide, hollow ground blade that’s mercilessly sharp and can shear through the toughest materials with unexpected ease. It’s highly useful for precision work and delivers deep penetration, yet its un-aggressive looking slant point tip, isn’t likely to draw unwelcome attention.
The Mini Tuff-Lite is bred for work and offers a surprisingly good grip due to its superbly engineered handle. Made of Grivory, it offers an enormous strength to weight ratio and features our state of the art Tri-Ad® lock, which gives it astonishing muscle for its size.
Name: Mini Tuff Lite –
Blade Length: 2″
Blade Thickness: 2.5 mm
Overall Length: 5″
Steel: Japanese AUS 8A Stainless
Weight: 1.7 oz
Handle: 3″ Long Grivory
Pocket Clip: Stainless Pocket / Belt Clip