Craighill Brass Desk Knife
Craighill Brass Desk Knife
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Inspired by the traditional Japanese kiridashi utility knife, this handmade desktop accessory is nice to admire and to use. Cut from solid brass with a large flat grind, the knife comes in handy for opening boxes and letters, scoring materials, prying open packaging, and more Read More

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adultSwim
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Apr 18, 2020
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Does this knife contain lead? Is it food safe? Looks cool as hell
Apr 18, 2020
SCIFIcrab
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Apr 14, 2020
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This piece of brass had about 1 minute in a lathe, then ground down with a belt sander... and they charge $70 for that!
Apr 14, 2020
SCIFIcrab
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Apr 15, 2020
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I could be rich if only I began to sell machined brass! Craftsman ship is very expensive, even if there is zero skill needed to make those cuts.
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Apr 15, 2020
abperiasamy
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Apr 11, 2020
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21 sold already?
Apr 11, 2020
Notavailable
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Apr 10, 2020
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This is an absolute must purchase. It’s a great way to identify people with more money than common sense.
Apr 10, 2020
The_Enquirer
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Apr 10, 2020
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I mean, it looks cool but there's a reason humans moved on from these types of metal to steel for cutting purposes.
Apr 10, 2020
Kavik
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Apr 11, 2020
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That only just happened around 5,000 years ago. Give everyone a chance to catch up, geez! 🤣
Apr 11, 2020
LX_Emergency
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Apr 10, 2020
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Just one question.. da fuq? Please tell me none of you all are buying this.
Apr 10, 2020
method_burger
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Apr 10, 2020
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this is a confusing product. -is this worth 70$? if it was from a square stock, the craftsmanship and made in US is a yes -is the capabilities worth 70$? if it was made of bronze, maybe, but brass as a pry/cutting/scoring tool is generally the wrong application (maybe if you work harden it?) -can you make it yourself using hand tools, specifically a hacksaw and a square needle file? definitely yes. -whats the cheapest kiridashi? technically a utility blade, which is like 10 cents a piece. classy design though. i'm a sucker for things in cupric
Apr 10, 2020
Kavik
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Apr 10, 2020
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I got that, sorry, i was just on a mini rant about this idea many people have about "made in the USA" meaning ridiculously inflated prices are somehow justified and to be expected. (or even that it automatically means great quality, but that's another whole topic lol) Didn't mean to aim that so directly at you specifically
Apr 10, 2020
method_burger
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Apr 10, 2020
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i get it... like how benchmade cant grind a knife evenly, or how ZT cant heat treat a knife properly made in USA doesnt mean good quality, but it does jack up the cost of the product because of labor cost. with that additional price comes a higher expectation, otherwise doesn't matter what country it comes from. that being said, i do try to support made in US when i feel it is justified to pay the extra cost. but lately these chinese companies have really taken my money, since their quality exceeds their price point around the 100$ range
Apr 10, 2020
chibi
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Apr 10, 2020
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You can get a 12'' 0.5'' brass rod for around $10. That would make 2 of these. I mean granted you would have to use a grinder to sharpen them. You would also have to add those awesome groves into it.... I mean if you are actually going to be opening something with this you would need to have a grinder on standby anyway. A few boxes and this thing would start to dull...
Apr 10, 2020
TheWolf
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Apr 9, 2020
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is it just me or does this look extremely cheap to make? Brass isn't a good material for a knife - this is pretty well-known. I like the aesthetic but it isn't worth more than $20. There are quality solid brass pens out there for less than this
Apr 9, 2020
bookworm13
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Apr 9, 2020
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I think it would make a cool paperweight if it was cheap enough, but I hate the smell of brass on my fingers.
Apr 9, 2020
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