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Mini-Remix 2 Blade - Drop Point, Fine Edge and Serrated

The Mini 2 Blade is a smaller version of the Remix with both a drop-point, fine-edge blade and a drop-point serrated blade. The circular anodized aluminum handle gives stability and grip while cutting with either. Both are corrosion resistant and have thumb studs for easy opening with one hand. It’s a sleek open frame like the Mini-Remix with twice the cutting options.

Discontinued
Item # 31-000347
  • Open Length: 5.6'"
  • Blade Length: 2.05"
  • Closed Length: 3.55"
  • Weight: 3.4 oz
  • Handle Material: Stainless Steel & Anodized Aluminum
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Features

  • Unique pivot design
  • Pocket clip
  • Thumb studs for easy opening
  • Open frame design
  • 2 blades built into frame- serrated and fine edge
1 Your Title RampantLion - DEC 8, 2013

I really wish I could buy one of these.

5 my favorite knife rander - AUG 22, 2013

Seriously why did you discontinue this? I use this every day of my life. It is an essential tool for my job building flatbed semi trailers. I use the serrated side for cleaning rust from threads and cutting rope used to package abs lines. I usonthe fine edge for slicing packages ond boxes open. I slide it around on the plant floor passing it to coworkers underneath the trailers. The ring and studs are big enough I can comfortably use them with gloves on. Thing is tough as nails and I can say that because I've literally thrown it to someone who didn't catch it before and it was perfectly fine. Literally my only gripe is it loses edge really fast. But on the other hand it's soft enough I can get it a razors edge on just about anything. Literally today I sharpened it using the back edge of a pair of needle nose pliers.

Actually I retract that statement. There is one more thing I don't like about it. I CAN'T BUY ANOTHER ONE. I own several high and low end knives including several by gerber and this is by far my favorite knife. Between it's good look it's function, and it's ridiculous resilience I am in love with this thing

5 my favorite knife rander - AUG 22, 2013

Seriously why did you discontinue this? I use this every day of my life. It is an essential tool for my job building flatbed semi trailers. I use the serrated side for cleaning rust from threads and cutting rope used to package abs lines. I usonthe fine edge for slicing packages ond boxes open. I slide it around on the plant floor passing it to coworkers underneath the trailers. The ring and studs are big enough I can comfortably use them with gloves on. Thing is tough as nails and I can say that because I've literally thrown it to someone who didn't catch it before and it was perfectly fine. Literally my only gripe is it loses edge really fast. But on the other hand it's soft enough I can get it a razors edge on just about anything. Literally today I sharpened it using the back edge of a pair of needle nose pliers.

Actually I retract that statement. There is one more thing I don't like about it. I CAN'T BUY ANOTHER ONE. I own several high and low end knives including several by gerber and this is by far my favorite knife. Between it's good look it's function, and it's ridiculous resilience I am in love with this thing

5 Bring It Back Mexican - AUG 14, 2013

Please bring it back!

5 ggrreeaatt kkoo - MAY 9, 2013

bring it back

5 Please Bring These Back! Tommy Leach - FEB 18, 2013

I bought these for all my groomsmen when I got married! Everybody loved them! I would by another one just to make sure I had a back up if I ever lost or misplaced mine...

5 Mini knife, Big dreams! Jacob Prentner - DEC 10, 2012

I cant get enough of these knives, the dual bladed model has to be my favorite.
its small, but its SO tough. the grip in hand is awesome, finger always in its hole. ive cut everything you an imagine with this, ive even shaved metal with it to make a steel race fit in my bike!
for the price this is a steal, everything is spot on with this purchase.

5 Great sefa - AUG 25, 2012

realy awesome knife

5 mike mike - OCT 18, 2011

Great for climbing, I can carry it on a carabiner compactly, it has a serrated edge for cutting cord and webbing, and the blade locks, which is something the petzl spatha does not do.
It also does not come to a sharp point which is good if you leave it op

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