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Multiple bar tools packed into a single carry, designer Philip Booth introduces the Triple Play™. Impressively featuring a corkscrew, bottle opener, and dual blades on either end, this tool has everything you need for picnics, hiking, camping, and bartending at home. A compact carry, keep it in your camp kit or toss it into your backpack to stay prepared for any impromptu task. This multi-use innovation helps keep the party going—and your travel companions will thank you for it.
- Easy to Sharpen: high carbon stainless steel blade takes an edge well
- Traditional Opening: Nail nick for ease of opening
- Traditional Function: Slip joint mechanism opens and closes with two hands
- Useful Utility: foil knife for removing capsule
- Useful Utility: corkscrew for opening bottles
- Convenient: bottle opener integrated into the handle
- Tough and Durable: Pakkawood handle combines strength and durability
- Low Profile: deep carry clip rides low in the pocket
|Blade Length||2.51" (63.80 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.09" (2.29 mm)|
|Overall Length||7.25" (184.15 mm)|
|Closed Length||3.79" (96.22 mm)|
|Weight||4.00 oz. (113.40 g)|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Slip Joint|
Inspired by a photo he saw in a Sheffield England Exhibition Knives book, designer Philip Booth set out to create a multipurpose tool that was stylistically refined and also user-friendly. Coined as “magnificently simple” by Philip himself, the Triple Play™ makes bartending in any environment a cinch. Other than featuring a corkscrew and bottle opener, the two slip joint styled blades at both ends allow you to slice through foil or prep your drink garnishes on the go. And at a nimble 3.79” in length, this portable tool won’t take up too much space wherever you decide to stow it.
A superbly functional tool for on-the-go, its tough and durable handle is composed of sturdy Pakkawood, ensuring it’ll be a longstanding travel companion for years to come.
Bartend anywhere with the Triple Play™.
Philip Booth is a modern day version of a human phoenix—when his art studio burned down in the late 80’s, it left his life’s work of paintings and art prints reduced to ashes. Instead of letting it knock him down, he was reborn as a knife maker, and has since swept up a handful of prestigious awards like the Blade Show’s 2016 Most Innovative Design award, and their 2005 Best of the Rest award. He’s a mechanically orientated artist, and his innovative, artful tools are proof.