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Kershaw Two-Can Knife The Kershaw Two Can is a combination knife and scissors tool. Open one blade and use the Two Can like any pocketknife. But when only a pair of scissors will get the job done, open the Two Can's second blade and you've got an easy-to-use pair of scissors that can be operated by pressing the two blades together between thumb and forefinger. The Two Can features Kershaw's quality construction, too. The blades are tough 420J2 stainless steel and fold into a 303 stainless steel or anodized aluminum handles. Users deploy the blades with nail-nicks slotted in each blade. There's even has a mini-carabineer built into the handle to make it easy to attach the tool to key chain or zipper pull for easy access to this handy tool. The SPECS Steel: 420J2 stainless-steel Handle: Anodized aluminum Blade Length: 1 1/2 in. (3.5 cm) Closed Length: 2 3/4 in. (7.0 cm) Weight: 0.9 oz.

- Moosejaw

Sometimes you need a knife, sometimes you need scissors, but you hardly ever need a whole tool box. The Kershaw? Two Can is just the tool you need. Use it like a knife, but when you need scissors slide out the auxiliary blade and snip away. Blade material is 420 J2, a super stainless steel with great edge holding ability. Anodized aluminum handle is rust free and reduces weight. The body includes a carabineer so you can easily attach the tool to you. Blades are easily deployed with the nail nicks. 1.5 in blade length.


Kershaw Two-Can


The Two-Can has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$12.98 - $34.95

The Kershaw Two-Can is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 16, 2013 at Moosejaw.

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