The Key Scissors with lockback locking mechanism (view larger).
Small and compact form fits perfectly on a keychain for discreet carry (view larger).
Always be prepared with the new Key Scissors. This is the first lockback of its kind. Open up your awareness. We love the fact that sometimes we wish we had a small tool to cut a rope, open a box, sever a thread. Now we do... always. Our new Key Scissors might just make your day, unless of course you lock it in the trunk.
Caring for Your Folding Knife
Keeping your knife clean, dry, oiled and sharp are the primary defenses against corrosion, wear, and potential injury. Be sure to clean the blade and handle after each use--however, do not soak your knife in water. A mild solution of soap and water should remove any dirt and debris that may have accumulated during use (avoid harsh detergents such as laundry or dish soap, and chlorine products). To remove any debris from inside the handle you can use a toothpick for any visible lint or dirt, or a Q-Tip for smaller amounts of dirt and debris.
After cleaning or after exposure to moisture be sure to completely dry your knife blade and handle, taking special care with any sensitive handle materials. Use a soft cotton cloth or chamois and a small amount of moisture-displacing oil (such as WD-40 or 3-in-1), on the blade only, to prevent water spots and oxidation from forming.
Fingerprints and weather are the primary causes of rusting or corrosion on a knife blade. To keep your knife looking its best, SOG recommends that you give your blade a light coat of oil after each cleaning, and prior to long-term storage. Be sure to also apply a Paraffin-based oil to the pivot point, which will not only keep the action of your blade smooth but will repel dirt and debris which could impede the blade's action.
|Closed length ||2.5 inches |
|Weight ||0.7 ounces |
|Steel ||420J2 |
|HRC ||55-57 |
|Finish ||Satin |
|Handle ||Stainless steel |
What's in the Box
KEY202-CP Key Scissors with brass finished handle.