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Eazy-Tok / Eazy-Tok

Eazy-Tok
Eazy-Tok

Most women and children using knives face many difficulties when chipping the blade.Existing knives have the cut end of the blades inserted in the rear side and manufactured with plastic and has a shortcoming of wearing down so that it becomes very difficult to chip the blade and the hassle of always having to pull out the blade from the rear side everytime for chipping.To resolve such problems, rubber materials have been used on all parts excluding the front, to enhance safety when chipping the blade.
it is designed with an integrated ';easy-tok'; attached to the frontal part (where the blade protrudes) so that chipping is easily done.

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Mokwon.university

Mokwon.university
Daejeon, South Korea