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Richartz Key Tools, Organizers and Einkaufswagenlösers

gr Offline kkokkolis

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Are you familiar with Richartz Key Tools, Organizers and Einkaufswagenlösers?

I find those Shoppin Cart tools very amusing and, potentially, handy.

https://richartz.com/de/produkte/

What's your opinion. Do you own any?





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Re: Richartz Key Tools, Organizers and Einkaufswagenlösers
Reply #1 on: March 12, 2022, 04:10:04 PM
The only Richartz in my collection are older German-made tools, from the 1980s or older. Prior to this new company, that was primarily what they made--inexpensive pocketknives. I had a Pierre Cardin-branded knife, and it was stupidly unsafe. The blades recessed into the handles, and when using it it was so symmetrical, you couldn't tell the sharp edge from the straight edge until it was too late.

If it weren't for the fact they aren't widely sold in the US, I could see myself buying the entire Karl line for the collection. Like Funko, but cheaper and actually useful for something. Key Tool (both Snack and Cut) t looks handy.

I've been trying to get a Partner for years. They tend to sell for quite a bit here in the US.


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Re: Richartz Key Tools, Organizers and Einkaufswagenlösers
Reply #2 on: March 12, 2022, 07:24:34 PM
They look like promotional items, for advertising purposes.
I have on Richartz picnic knife and it's nice. But they shouldn't be more expensive than Swiss knives, I don't get that.

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Re: Richartz Key Tools, Organizers and Einkaufswagenlösers
Reply #3 on: March 12, 2022, 09:29:19 PM
I have on Richartz picnic knife and it's nice. But they shouldn't be more expensive than Swiss knives, I don't get that.
Neither do I.

The tool in your initial post is pretty neat. Be it a fireman, astronaut, or dude in a protective suit, I wouldn't mind adding one to my collection.
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Re: Richartz Key Tools, Organizers and Einkaufswagenlösers
Reply #4 on: March 13, 2022, 08:36:32 PM
I wonder if they'd make a Bob XXL Retired.  Be right up my alley.
Addicted to sharp pointy things.


 

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