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Emergency sharp thing

Christopher Locke

I carry a knife with me everywhere I go, unless I expect to go through a metal detector.  What if I can't carry my knife, but I don't want to be completely helpless?  The Gerber GDC Hook Knife has saved me in several awkward situations.  It features a non-threatening design (no stabby bits, no risk of hacking or slashing) but keeps a tiny sharp edge inside its hook.  I've used it to cut through twine, string, card stock, cardboard, and perhaps most importantly, packing tape.  This little thing opens boxes like a pro.  It will even get you into those awful plastic clamshell packages, without the danger of stabbing yourself in the privates with a big knife.

Far too many times, I have seen someone ruin a ball-point pen trying to open a package. even worse, they use their keys like a knife to cut the tape, which can coat the key in adhesive residue.  That's not the kind of thing that belongs inside a lock.  Worse still, I've seen people open up a pair of scissors and hold them awkwardly, using one blade as a knife, while trying not to use the other blade as a handle.  It's madness!  This Gerber Hook Knife makes it easy to open packages, using a tool for its intended purpose.

I've kept this Gerber for longer than I can remember, and it's never let me down.  But I'm considering a switch to the GDC Zip Blade.  I'll let you know how it goes.