I'm looking forward to reading about it, Valkie! I got this one out a tool box today. It is really really really bad. But, the wood saw actually has slightly sharpened teeth. 3/8" wobble in the pivots. My next day off (Sunday), I'll be trying it out against a SAK. Pictured with a silvertech scaled Explorer for size reference.
Bummer... good luck
Use the CAK for those repairs... ?That'll be a good test
OOOOOOooooo KKKKKKkkkkkkkI get the distinct impression that the author of that review was being somewhat sarcastic. I cannot understand why, it was obviously a well engineered and beautifully crafted tool.And having a go at the less than sharp edges, it was obviously manufactured that way for safety's sake.Sharp implements in the hands of some people is just asking for trouble.The emergency detachment of the scales is a new innovation, obviously.I can see several reasons for this, to slim down the tool, to reduce static electricity, to allow the scale to be used as a fire starter etc etc.And the flexible corkscrew, obviously important to assist in the reduction of alcohol intake.Yes, Obviously a well made tool for its purpose, it should not have been maligned as it was.
Personally, if a saw isn’t blunt enough to use as a fish scaler, it’s a smurfy saw