If you’re a knife guy, your taste in gadgets and gear likely trends on the more expensive side. A $225 spin top, a $400 watch, a $200 pen. High quality or custom gear gets expensive, fast. But a $200 EDC comb? That seems pretty excessive, right? Well, not necessarily. Here are three reason why the Sabertooth by HEAdesigns isn’t that far-fetched.
1. Quality and Materials
A $200 EDC comb is all in the details. CPM-S35VN combsteel (that’s a thing), aircraft grade 6A14V anodized titanium handles, ceramic ball bearing flipper design. The materials are what you’d expect out of a $500 Chris Reeve Sebenza. The fit and finish are absolutely top notch, and the extended flipper makes deploying the comb a breeze.
2. It’s Fun
If you’ve ever handled a flipper knife, you know that there is this weird satisfaction you get from just opening and closing the dang thing. It’s effortless, precise, and addicting. Well, this is a flipper comb. It gives you that same satisfying feeling, plus it has a nice audible ring when the blade opens. You get all of the “keeping my hands busy” fun of a knife, while eliminating the chance to cut yourself. Throw it in the air, toss it to a friend, let your kids play with it, whatever. You need not worry with this comb.
3. It Keeps You Looking Fresh
For men, looking your best all the time has never been so important. Beard and mustache combs for you keychain have been the norm. Now you have another option. You can clip this sleek comb knife in your back pocket and always have the ability to keep your grooming on point.
You can’t put a price on looking your best all the time.
So, if you are the type of person who can appreciate quality, entertainment, and usefulness all in the same compact and lightweight package, take some time to look at this $200 EDC comb by HEAdesigns, the Sabertooth. After all, you’re the type of guy that dropped $2,500 on that Protech Mastodon Tooth Godson knife last week.