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Smith’s new EdgeWork-Site knives were designed for the toughest of conditions and applications, namely those found in and around the construction industry. Tools chosen for construction work must be close to indestructible, given the jobs they’re required to do, day-in and day-out.
Here’s one great example: Smith’s EdgeWork-Site 2.7″ Hawkbill knife (available here). This tough, dependable knife features a 400-series stainless-steel blade with black stonewash finish that provides extra protection while providing a rugged look.
The razor-sharp Hawkbill-style blade is made of precision heat treated stainless steel with a 1″ serrated section to utilize the full length of the blade.
Opening the EdgeWork-Site Hawkbill knife is made extremely easy with ambidextrous thumb studs. The front handle is made of rugged glass-filled textured nylon, and the back handle is constructed with 2Crl3 steel.
The EdgeWork-Site Hawkbill knife employs a sturdy frame lock design that secures the blade open during use, and it also includes a handy pocket clip for carrying ease and convenience.
What kind of jobs can the EdgeWork-Site Hawkbill knife handle? Cutting lines, cords, and rope up to 1” in diameter; opening or breaking down any cardboard box; and taking care of virtually any chore where an extremely tough, sharp blade is needed.
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