ToughBuilt’s Newly Added Hawkbill Folding Knife

The cutting tool is carefully  designed to cut through everything, ensures maximum productivity on the job site, and allows easy deployment of the knife with a one-handed motion.
Hawkbill Cutting Tool
The newest addition to ToughBuilt’s hand tools is designed to provide fast cuts, a one-handed opening with the thumb stud or flick of the wrist to get it out immediately.
TheHawkbill folding knife has a heavy-duty grip handle and liner lock, which brings the blade back in.The Hawkbill folding knife built to last, with its curved 3.25” titanium coated blade, ideal for pull cuts, slicing, cable skinning, VCT tile, linoleum, and carpet.
The stainless steel blade has a sharp cutting edge, which can be re-sharpened as needed. It includes an integrated flat pry tool, perfect for removing small nails and tags. The lanyard hole and belt clip allows for a safe and comfortable every-day carry.
In December 2020, ToughBuilt announced the addition of new hand tools at Lowe’s. This is another key achievement of ToughBuilt as they continue to expand their range of hand tools.
The Hawkbill Folding Knife is available on line and at Lowe’s selected West Coast stores and retails for$14.97.
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