Kershaw Cinder Key Chain Knife

Manufactured by Kershaw
SKU: 1025X
MPN: 1025X
Manufactured by Kershaw
2 Reviews
$4.77 $9.99

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It's small, it's light, it's not very scary looking, but it's big on style and cutting power! The Kershaw Cinder is small enough to attach to your key chain, yet is perfect for opening packages, breaking down boxes, and more. The compact blade is just 1.4" but the unswept tip provides a lot of cutting edge. A knife this small would be useless without a solid grip, and the Cinder was designed to offer a 3-finger grip with plenty of control. Add in a secure locking liner and manual opening blade for safety, and a bottle opener to kick back when the work is over, and the Cinder is a great daily carry knife.

  • 1.4" Unswept blade
  • Secure liner lock
  • Manual open
  • Integral bottle opener
  • Lanyard loop for keychains
  • Glass-filled nylon handle
  • Weighs just 0.9 Oz

Kershaw has a history of innovative and quality knife designs, and the Shuffle is certainly no departure. The remarkably versatile blade and multi-function handle come together in a deceptively small package. Whether you're looking for a new utility knife or another option for every day carry, the Shuffle is an excellent option.
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Best UseEveryday Carry
Blade Length1.4
Blade Material3Cr13MoV Stainless Steel
Blade TypeSheepsfoot
DesignerRick Hinderer
Edge TypePlain Edge
Handle ColorBlack
Handle MaterialGlass-filled Nylon
Knife TypeManual Open
Lock TypeLiner Lock
Opening MechanismThumb Stud
Pocket Clip
Weight.9 Oz

Ratings & Reviews

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Sturdy but so very dull.


An ok package opener on a key chain however I was not at all upset about getting it confiscated going into a hockey game because it is the worst blade I have ever seen on a Kershaw. It is INCREDIBLY dull. Like you won't belive how incredibly dull.
<br>Like Idk how Kershaw can call it a knife and not just a flat pointy thingingy.

Great little knife


Great little knife if your like me who loses his knife or forgets it at home. I use it daily when I forget my knife to cut open boxes and strapping at work. It's not the hardest metal but for the money you cant beat it. My only complaint is it will sometimes open and stick me. Probably just a quick turn of the screw should be able to fix it