You would never guess that a 1mm thin blade could rival most utility knives in functionality; nevertheless, the Bomber B-2 Nano Blade slices through its competition. Designed by Vincent Pilot Ng, this remarkable pocket knife is manufactured for effective use with leather, wood, rope and everything in between. What's more is that it can serve as a screwdriver for even the smallest of hardware, and it can be stealthily slipped into the tightest of spots.
These innovative utility knives fold up to just over 3cm in length, keeping the sharpest of surfaces safe from doing harm. When opened up, the Bomber B-2 Nano Blade exposes a razor edge for cutting and a serrated knife for sawing. It's easy to carry around anywhere, equipping the user for handyman tasks, whether at home or in the wilderness.
The Incredibly Compact Bomber B-2 Nano Blade Takes on Any Task
Amelia Roblin — May 22, 2017 — Art & Design
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