What’s cooler than a credit card knife?
How about one that is free and comes with a survival skills handbook?
Well, that’s what the fine folks at Survival Life have to offer and one deal that comes with many questions and why I have created this review.
Is it really free?
Is it just another cheap product you should pass on?
I’ll be answering all your questions and then some, so follow along as I review a product that might not even be worth your time and pocket change.
A lot of the time seeing a nice video about a product is usually different from actually holding it and that is what happened here.
It wasn’t really what I expected, but it wasn’t even a bad thing.
It was just one of those things that you feel is one thing but comes in the mail a little differently, which I will explain a little later in this review.
For now, let’s get into the actual product and see what you get for something that is pretty much free.
Survival Life Credit Card Knife Review – Product Overview
There isn’t much to really talk about here as it is a straight-to-the-point type of product.
However, a few things have you wondering if this is even worth it.
For one, it is a knife, and two, it is free…somewhat.
Thanks to the fine folks at Survival Life, you can impress your friends with this credit card that is actually a real-deal knife.
It comes in the shape of a credit card but folds out into an actual blade that is surprisingly sharper than I thought.
It is the same size as any normal credit card and is only 2mm thin if you’re wondering if this will take up all the space in your wallet.
What I Liked
There’s no doubt that the Credit Card Knife has the cool factor.
Before I even saw an ad for this, I had no idea that such a thing existed.
This thing does fit in my Nomatic wallet, so that shows you how portable this thing really is.
It does have a safety lock that is needed to be triggered, or you won’t be able to activate the knife.
It also comes with a protective sheath that will prevent it from opening inside your pocket.
Remember that this is still a knife, and it is also made out of steel, so getting through TSA is not likely and I recommend that you not try regardless.
Overall, this is definitely a cool little piece that will impress even the lamest of people.
As I mentioned earlier in this review, it wasn’t really what I expected.
I thought it was solid and durable, but it is actually really flimsy.
It didn’t feel so safe though, so I wouldn’t go trying to fight off a bear, as it is not designed to do some crazy cutting.
Another thing that was a little misleading was the whole “surgical steel blade” comment, as it is probably not as sharp as that.
The knife will get dull faster than a regular knife, so keep that in mind if you plan on getting one.
Other than that, there wasn’t much to complain about as it is somewhat free.
The Real Price?
Well, it is actually free just as long as you pay for shipping and handling.
The knife isn’t going to replace any of the knives you currently own, but it does have the cool factor and will cost you no more than $5 to get you one.
Depending on where you’re getting it shipped will determine the shipping and handling charge.
I stay outside of the US, and I got it for only $2.95.
Overall I am satisfied with the product, especially for under $3.
There are many cool gadgets and gizmos out there, and I have yet to come across something just as cool for less than $5, as they are all usually really pricey.
This knife is great to have just in case SHTF or if you need to cut some boxes open.
In the end, it is nothing more than a cool piece to add to your EDC, and you can’t go wrong for the price.
I’m almost certain you don’t know anyone with this bad boy, so be the first and own a credit card knife today.
Or you can be lame and not get it, which is cool too.