Titanium Utility Blade Knife

​I'll keep this fairly short today (because, well, it's a blatant pitch for my BRAND NEW product)...

​This is a product I've been asked for ...for years!

It's been a long road of design, development, testing, tweaking and refining - but the Titanium Utility Blade Knife is finally ready.

Here is a quick video I made a couple of hours ago:

​To find out more about this one-of-a-kind (and what I have shamlessly called "The World's Best Utility Blade Knife) ...then CLICK HERE.

​I honestly believe this is the best solution to a compact utility blade knife (part of the reason for this is that it's taken me well over 300+ hours to get the design perfected!).

​Other things...

​We are continuing to machine and ship CandyCans™ for the Kickstarter project (which is running late unfortunately - but we're producing them every day now).

Also, we're about to ship the last handful of Flixx™ Friction Folder Knives.

So, if you've been waiting for either of these two projects ...my apologies for the lateness!

  • Linwood says:

    Yay! Can’t wait to get them in.

  • Kelvin says:

    Looks really really good! Just wondered about the wear and tear durability of the black coating for smoothness and the pressure it can take not to let blade retract back when pushing on the blade cutting something or puncturing something.

  • James says:

    I love it! But I’d love it even more if you did a left handed version 🙂

  • William B Schinella says:

    Too expensive!

  • Jim M says:

    A. Impressed; glad you worked in a lanyard hole (now you need a wonderful little lanyard and a Magnus Logo fob as an optional add on… just as a thought). On the Logo, I haven’t identified one but it needs to be simple, “elegant” and can be applied in small and large formats (maybe something like a “Ti” imposed over a larger “M” within a 350 degree circle, 10 degree opening at the top and each end of the 350 degree circle ended with arrows pointing up to represent “impossibly high standards”. OK, perhaps lame, but something is needed and your fob could be a simple Ti cylinder with that symbol on one/both sides… the cylinder/logo then could be attached to the knife with appropriate parachute chord.
    B. Someone noted its overpriced… I can’t speak to that. However, this appears like it could/should be a mainstay for your business… made and sold forever because they will be loved. Recommend you also investigate similar alternative blades (I believe there are ceramic “Stanley” blades. If I guess correctly, you should calculate a minimal price point because the goal is to get it into people’s hands so they will come back for other great stuff.
    C. You need to do more push/explanation of the teflon-like feature and benefit (but avoid “teflon” as it may be trade-marked.
    D. The left-handed version noted by James is an absolute must. Any chance of further development to make a version that can be converted to either left- or right-handed on the spot?

    • Kelvin says:

      About (D). I suppose if the distal tip of the body is not a bevelled edge design, then it would make it ambidextrous. I was hoping for a low profile deep clip at the opposite side of the exposed blade, really handy and practical like the big idea design in KS that by design includes a bottle opener.

  • Synthesis says:

    Hello Magnus, you don’t suppose these will work with the Slice ceramic blades do you? Measuring with my cheapo digital calipers I’m coming up with 0.72mm on the ceramic blade and 0.60 for a standard Stanley metal blade. I’m hoping there is enough play in there to fit the Slice blade, I think that would be extra neato.

  • Mick Nelson says:

    Hello bud what is the chance of you putting a pocket clip on the utility knife

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