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MagBlade 2

MagBlade 2

Regular price $199.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $199.00 USD
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Pre-order: Ships July 2024 (Ship date not guaranteed) 

Meet MagBlade 2. 

The worlds most satisfying knife...just got a new design!

  • New Stiletto Blade
  • Improved Magnetic Hardware
  • Improved Blade Finishing
  • Sleeker Design
  • ...

MagBlade 2 Super Unique Features:

  • -Unique Magnetic Locking Mech
  • -Grade 5 Titanium Handle
  • -Titanium Hardware
  • -Ceramic Bearings
  • -M390 Blade
  • -Bead Blasted Body
  • -Beautifully Polished Blade
  • -One Year Warranty

MagBlade 2 will most likely outlast you.

Each part is easily replaceable and serviceable.

Why Pre Order?

Q. Why not wait until the MagBlade 2 is launched and in stock to buy?

A. Backing now will get you EXCLUSIVE Kickstarter Rewards. Some MagBlade 2 packages will save you upwards of 50% OFF what retail pricing will be. ($199 per MagBlade 2)

Don't wait, "lock in" this EXCLUSIVE pricing, RIGHT NOW.

Spec List

  • Blade Length: 2.5in
  • Blade Thickness: 0.11in / 3.3mm
  • Handle Length: 3.9in / 99mm
  • Handle Thickness: 0.42in / 10.7mm
  • Total Length: 6.4in /
  • Handle Material: Grade 5 Titanium
  • Blade Material: M390

Fulfillment Timeline -

  • February 2024 - May 2024 - Pre Order Campaign
  • May 2024 - Start Production
  • June 2024 - Final QA
  • July 2024 - Backers Receive Rewards

Why is titanium such a great material?

High Strength-to-Weight Ratio: Titanium is extraordinarily strong but also lightweight. Its high strength-to-weight ratio makes it ideal for applications where both strength and low weight are critical, such as in aerospace components and high end pocket knives :).

Corrosion Resistance: Titanium is highly resistant to corrosion from a wide range of chemicals, saltwater, and atmospheric conditions. This property is essential in its use in chemical processing plants, marine environments, and medical implants.

Biocompatibility: Titanium is non-toxic and well-tolerated by the human body, making it the material of choice for medical implants like hip and knee replacements, dental implants, and surgical tools.

Excellent Heat Resistance: Titanium maintains its properties at high temperatures, making it useful in applications such as jet engines and other high-performance environments where temperature resistance is crucial.

Low Thermal Expansion: Unlike materials like steel and aluminum, titanium has a low coefficient of thermal expansion. This makes it more stable under varying temperatures, an important attribute in precision applications.

Non-Magnetic: Titanium products do not interfere with magnetic fields, making them ideal for use in MRI machines and other applications where magnetism could be a problem.

Oxidation Resistance: When exposed to air, titanium forms a thin layer of titanium dioxide on its surface, which makes it resistant to oxidation, thereby enhancing its durability.

Versatility: The alloying capabilities of titanium mean that its properties can be fine-tuned for specific applications by adding other elements like aluminum, vanadium, or molybdenum. This makes it a highly versatile material that can be customized for various needs.

Environmentally Friendly: Titanium is often praised for its environmentally friendly attributes. It is abundant in the Earth's crust, and its inertness means it does not pollute the environment. Additionally, many titanium products are recyclable.

Long Lifespan: Due to its high corrosion resistance, strength, and other superior attributes, titanium products often have a longer lifespan compared to products made from other materials, reducing the need for frequent replacements and thereby lowering costs in the long run.


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