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    quad-friendly knife, maybe?

    i just saw this infomercial and thought this knife would make cutting easier for us quads or anybody really. i don't really have much faith in these tv-mercials since they tend to overrate/over-exaggerate their products, but if its durable an the blades don't rust up i think it would come in handy.

    http://www.sonicblade.com/

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    I don't know how well it would work. It looks really great though.

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    I don't know about you, but the way they cut with the regular knife in the begining irritates me! Who cuts like that!?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pash8605
    I don't know about you, but the way they cut with the regular knife in the begining irritates me! Who cuts like that!?!?
    HA-you're right.I don't know if I could grip it.OOPS no fingers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pash8605
    I don't know about you, but the way they cut with the regular knife in the begining irritates me! Who cuts like that!?!?
    lol, i just noticed that. they were just mashing down instead of cutting.

    if it has a lock to where you can lock it to the on position i believe i could handle it. i don't believe i'll be pullin out a hundred bucks to try it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rollin64
    lol, i just noticed that. they were just mashing down instead of cutting.

    if it has a lock to where you can lock it to the on position i believe i could handle it. i don't believe i'll be pullin out a hundred bucks to try it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollin64
    if it has a lock to where you can lock it to the on position i believe i could handle it.
    Hmmm.....locked on and then dropped in your lap/on your foot...no thanks
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    Cool

    OK, so run me outa here for being a para but knives interest me and I read the thread and watched the 'mercial' and have some input.

    What decades of use, interest and knife accumulation has taught me comes down to a very short list of facts but way up there is that control is essential and blade shape and length bare on it greatly. The tool in the 'mercial' comes with a few long blades. The other prime consideration determining control is handle size, shape, etc. and the tool under consideration may be OK here for some quads but will not do for all considerations. Then there is edge to consider and the Sonic blade's edge materials aren't even discussed. It's serrated but will, like all edges, eventually wear out and will dull way before that. Being serrated it lends itself poorly to resharpening.

    I think, "no matter how you slice it", the Sonic Blade would prove a poor investment.
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    looks like justa cordless electric carving knife to me???...whats sonic about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RehabRhino
    Hmmm.....locked on and then dropped in your lap/on your foot...no thanks
    hahaha, yea that could be disastrous. especially if doing some nude, night time snack making.

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