Micro Knife 180 Reviews

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The Micro Knife 180 is the new pocket knife that gives you more room in your wallet while not sacrificing quality. Its sharp blade is made to cut through food, cardboard, drywall and more. This knife is designed in a way that gives you a stylish way to carry a useful knife around. Its polypropylene design ensures it will last a long time, while its steel blade promises sharp and precise cuts.

Features

  • 2.5 Inch Blade
  • This knife features a 2.5 inch blade. Thus, this size is perfect for most micro knife jobs. Its size allows it to be easily folded away, while not being too small for jobs such as cutting ropes or slicing through steak during a camping trip.

  • Credit Card Shape
  • When folded, the Micro Knife 180 is the shape of a credit card. This means you can easily place it into your wallet along with your actual credit cards. However, the Micro Knife 180 is slightly thicker than one credit card. It also measures thinner than the thickness of two credit cards, which means it will easily fit into your wallet.

Pros

  • Weighs 13 Grams
  • This steel knife only weight 13 grams. Since it is so lightweight, it will not become a burden to carry – like some other heavy duty pocket knives. This will allow you to always have it handy.

  • Real Blade
  • The blade on this pocket knife is a surgical steel knife. It can cut through walls, or be gentle enough to slice vegetables. Thus, it is versatile enough to be useful in various situations.

Cons

  • Not Safe For Kids
  • If you are looking for a pocket knife for someone who is underage, this knife might be too sharp for them. Since the blade is real and quite sharp, it may be too dangerous for a minor to handle. This knife is best for adults.

  • Only One Color
  • There is no other color option for this micro knife other than black. Thus, if you are looking for a pocket knife that also stands out in its design – this knife’s exterior might be disappointing.

How It Works

When not in use, fold the knife into its credit card shape. Stick it into your wallet or your pocket. To use it, simply retrieve it and unfold the knife. Within seconds, you will have a 2.5 inch steel blade ready for use. Repeat the process as necessary.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Rinse After Use
  2. When dealing with food or stick residues, make sure to rinse your knife off before refolding it. This will prevent dirt and residue from sticking onto your knife, which could dull its effectiveness.

  3. Keep Away From Kids
  4. Do not allow minors to play with this product. It is very sharp and would likely cause a minor injuries.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Is The Handle Made Of?
  • The handle on the Micro Knife 180 is made of polypropylene.

  • Is This Knife Waterproof?
  • Yes, this knife is completely waterproof, which also keeps it cleaner.

  • Can It Cut Sheetrock?
  • Yes, this knife can cut through sheetrock easily and effectively.

27 REVIEWS FOR Micro Knife 180

Piece of junk

Floyd Gibson | Yuba City, CA | 05 Jan 2015

It's nothing but a piece of junk. The only good thing about it is it's small. Other than that, it's useless. The blade is good for paper only.

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Wasted money

Kate Landew | Port Orange, FL | 04 Jan 2015

I bought this thing in the hope of using it as a protection. It's not good for protection at all. Why would you carry a knife with you if not to protect yourself?

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Rodney Singleton03 Feb 2015

99% of people are not thugs and don't need a knife to stab or rob someone. You are a retard.

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Worth the wait

Eric Clarke | Clay, AL | 02 Jan 2015

It took a long time for the Micro Knife to get to me but I'm happy I finally got it. I have been using it a lot and it has not failed me yet.

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Doesn't stay flat

Joan Conrad | Bettendorf, IA | 02 Jan 2015

Yeah, it works well when you're using it but the Micro Knife doesn't stay flat when it's folded and that's not safe at all.

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Handy

Holly Wilson | Sea Cliff, NY | 02 Jan 2015

The Micro Knife is a nifty tool to have around. If you're a crafter like me, you will really love it's practicality.

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Great concept

Rob Grim | Siloam Springs, AR | 31 Dec 2014

Whoever though of the Micro Knife is genius. The design is great and the practicality was well thought of. They're nice to give as gift.

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Good quality

Aaron Paul | Creston, IA | 30 Dec 2014

Micro Knife is a good folding knife. The blade is sharp and you'll get a lot of uses before it gets dull. It's very handy too.

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Louie Martin | Emporia, VA | 29 Dec 2014

For the amount you pay for, Micro Knife is awesome. You can easily fit it in you wallet or your pocket even.

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Good for paper

Dan Lopez | Atherton, CA | 29 Dec 2014

If you're looking for a knife for cutting paper, you can't go wrong with this. You can't use it for cutting any other stuff, though.

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Very good

Eric Wilson | Clinton, MS | 28 Dec 2014

If you're looking for a cheap folding knife, Micro Knife is a very good choice. It looks delicate though so you have to be careful when you use it. The blade is sharp so it really cuts well.

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