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    Safety tools/knives

    Safety knife

    June 1, 2011

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    The Shark safety knife is designed so that fingers cannot reach the blade. The patented, specially designed mouth of the Fish series guides material onto and along a surgical steel blade, which slices through heavy strapping, rope and fabric. The addition of a retractable hook blade extends its use to box-opening and cutting through tape.

    The Safety Knife Co. 

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