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Columbia River 9096 Stokes Key Chain Sharpener

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Part Number: CR9096
Manufacturer: Columbia River (CRKT)
Retail Price: $19.99
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CR9096: 9096 Keychain Sharpener - Designed by Tom Stokes
Anyone who uses a knife regularly knows that having a sharp blade edge is much safer than trying to make a dull blade do the job. Designer Tom Stokes created this compact sharpener so it would be easy to have along, and keep you sharp. 

You simply hold it firmly on a hard surface, place the rear of the blade edge into the "V" of the carbide sharpener blades and draw the knife through, pulling towards you. 

This handy tool also features a flathead screwdriver, small channel blade/cutter, and bottle opener. The Stokes Keychain Sharpener also comes with a split-ring for easy carry attachment.
  • Carbide sharpener blades readily produce a nice cutting edge on knife blades.
  • Dimensions
    • Open Overall Length: 3.375 inches
    • Weight: 0.6 ounces
  • Handle
    • Material: Glass Filled Nylon
    • Liner: 2CR13
  • Features
    • Bottle Cap Opener: Yes
    • Flat Blade Driver: Yes
    • Belt Cutter: Yes
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 794023909609

4.500 (2 reviews)
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Lawrence H
Palmyra, Tn
Apr 15, 2013
Pros: Ease of Use, None
Cons: Durability, Overall Quality
stokes sharpener
I liked the size. The sharpener works okay for me. I wanted to have the bottle opener handy which is one reason I bought this one. However, on the 3rd bottle to open the screws gave way and the cap clip that lifts the bottle caps came off. I have pushed it back together but its days as a bottle opener are over. It is now a sharpener. I have not used it to cut seatbelts.
5 out of 5
East of the MasonDixon
Mar 18, 2013
Pros: Effectiveness, Ease of Use
Cons: None
Happy To Own
I keep mine in my pocket attached to a Leatherman Micra. While opening mail at my desk using my late father's pocket knife, the blade started ripping the envelope. Several passes of the blade on the Stokes sharpener had the knife slitting the envelopes properly.
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