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Schrade IMP21CI Imperial Pocket Knife with Cracked Ice Handle

by Schrade

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  • 1.9-Inch blade, 2.8-Inch handle
  • 400 Series Stainless steel
  • Celluloid handle
  • 0.9-Ounce
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Schrade IMP21CI Imperial Pocket Knife with Cracked Ice Handle + Schrade IMP22 Imperial Single Blade Pocket Knife, Black Handle
Price For Both: CDN$ 18.77


Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberIMP21CI
Item Weight45 g
Product Dimensions5.6 x 9.1 x 14.7 cm
Item model numberIMP21CI
Item Package Quantity1
Number of Pieces1
Weight45 grams
Length5.6 centimeter
Width9.1 centimeter
Height14.7 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB0037SI4RS
Best Sellers Rank #35,677 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight45 g
Date First AvailableApril 21 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

IMPERIAL SCHRADE PEANUT 1 BLADE WITH YELLOW CRACKED ICE HANDLEHandle: Yellow CelluloidBlade: 1.9 (4.8 cm)Closed: 2.8 (7.1 cm)Steel: 400 Series StainlessWeight: 0.9 oz.

From the Manufacturer

The "Peanut" features a single stainless steel blade.


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DR HURRICANE on Jan. 8 2014
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I bought this knife for $5 + $10 shipping it was advertised as being marked down from$70 even if you bought this out of a mini bar fridge at a five star hotel in disney land on a long weekend you would not pay $70. I can't believe amazon.ca lets people advertise this way giving you the impression you are getting an amazing deal in this case a $65 discount I have seen the same knife on amazon.com marked down from $9 to $1.25!!! in my opinion if you pay more than a couple of bucks for this knife you are getting ripped off!!!
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By blackbrutus on May 18 2014
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a quality product for a very reasonable price if you are a collector or just need a new knife in your pocket this is the fit.
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Amazon.com: 9 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Nice Feb. 8 2012
By Jonathan Carter - Published on Amazon.com
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It is a good quality pocket knife. Resembles the older Old Timer Schrade180T knife. All in all I would definitely recommend. i might even buy another one to leave in my car.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
fun little pocket knife, very well made Feb. 12 2012
By R. Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
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Not much to say about this, I have a few. Very pretty handles, durable, fairly sharp out of the box (I sharpen my own knives, and never bothered with these). Good value. This is one of the few pen knives that locks as well-- didn't even realize it when I ordered it, but it is a blade liner lock, very effective.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Nice size Aug. 11 2012
By Mel S. - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a nice little knife. The color of the one I received is more of a green/yellow. I would have preferred more yellow. Somehow I missed that it has a blade liner lock (my fault). If I had know, I probably wouldn't have gotten it. However... it is a well made knife, fits in the hand nicely, and is sharp!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Very nice gentleman's pocket knife Nov. 30 2013
By pops - Published on Amazon.com
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Sharp, cheap, compact. If the blade wasn't so stiff to pull out it would get 5 stars. WD40... and I appreciate the lock back.
Decent little locking penknife for the inexpensive price Sept. 27 2014
By mbj - Published on Amazon.com
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This knife is basically a conventional small pen knife on which the second pen blade is replaced with a liner-locking mechanism. It is the same style as the Schrade Mighty Mite which has Delrin handles and brass liners and sells for a couple dollars more. These are the only two liner-lock, single blade pen knives I've found. I've owned the Mighty Mite for several years, like the style and bought this one for some variety. It's quite light (pretty much unnoticeable) in the pocket and nice as an everyday carry.

The construction is decent - everything lines up properly. The blade swing and locking mechanism were a bit tight out of the box, but with a drop of oil and some use it is loosening up nicely. The stainless steel blade is similar in quality to other Schrades - nothing amazing, but came with and holds a serviceable edge. The celluloid handles are a bit of a throw-back to the 1970s and look like the photo. I have a bunch of other small every-day carry, under 3" pocket knives, spanning the major manufacturers. I was a bit more excited by this one before it arrived than after, but its been growing on me as the days and weeks pass and I get used to it. As inexpensive, Chinese made pocket knives go, the newer Schrades are pretty consistent quality-wise (as long as they actually say Schrade on the knife itself and not just Imperial, which this one does) and are consequently a good value. The 4 out of 5 star rating takes the for ~$10 price niche into consideration. Spending $20 or $30 will get you a nicer knife, but that's not really the arena in which this one is competing.

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