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Is it waterproof?
Siraj
the handle material is stainless steel and the blade is aus-8.
so its as water proof as those two materials, i assume you wont be leaving it in water when you aren't.
probably less waterproof in saltwater.
details here:
http://www.mantisknives.com/Product%20Zoom/MK14%20Vicious%20Circle/MK14ViciousCircle.html
"Polished stonewashed" sounds like an oxymoron.

Perhaps the description is meant to be stonewashed abalone?
So... I guess we have to just assume it can close? No one thought to include a picture of it closed? This is a really dumb product but sadly I know a few people who would think this is awesome and practical.
JamMastaJew
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bN2U1xs_MHc
JamMastaJew
I had one for years and it worked fine. Only issue was the post that is part of what holds the knife body to the necklace loosened over time.
what is the actual use case for this? This is really stupid.
SaxGod
showing off to girls
SaxGod
Cutting a piece of string i guess ...some tape
Come on.....
These are interesting as a necklace gadget. But they have zero "knife" qualities.

Add:. I picked up a couple basic models years ago when a dealer was trying to dump the brand. Going from memory, but don't think I paid more than $10 for them. And even that would be hard to justify, unless someone really wanted the "necklace". I was really just interested in checking out a G & G Hawk designed gadget. Their designs are usually not cheap, even with poor materials and manufacturing.

Besides the insane curve, the "blade" is so soft, it's absolutely impossible to sharpen. And I think I've become a pretty good sharpener over the years, (tootin' my own horn ūü§™ūüėĀūüėá). I mean, it won't even tear paper. You could maybe cut tape if you turned it backwards. But then, you can cut tape to open a box with a Bic pen.
I think the biggest issue would be, if it were sharp, there is no way to do much without self injury. So in the end, it's just a dull toy.





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the hook is only there to hold the loop in the back to keep the necklace on.
the adjustment is done by sliding the knot up or down to add slack or remove it.
im not sure what that type of tightening knot system is called.
i believe it is the taughtline hitch knot.
Interstellar13
That's sort of what I expected but mine came tied in a way that I can't see any practical way to move the knot without untying it. I'm admittedly not very good with knots but I have other things with cords tied the way you describe that aren't hard to adjust at all.
Massdrop has been selling some really dumb shit lately.
Andrew_NY
Lol agreed
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