Let’s say you’re opening a kitchen cabinet and you notice that one of the hinges is loose. Are you going to just leave it like that? No. You reach for your Funxion DIY, flip out the flathead screwdriver tip, and tighten that troublesome hinge right up. Problem solved.
And there are a lot of other around-the-house problems that can easily be solved with your Funxion DIY. Because in addition to the screwdriver tip, there’s a hex wrench, a carabiner clip, a bottlecap lifter (DIY is thirsty work), and a big drop-point blade ideal for taking on a wide variety of everyday and not-so-everyday cutting tasks. The 8Cr13MoV blade steel offers excellent wear resistance, toughness, and edge retention, while the satin blade finish not only looks good, but also helps hide scratches.
For easy, one-handed opening, the Funxion is equipped with Kershaw’s SpeedSafe assisted opening system. Just pull back on the ambidextrous flipper or push on the thumbstud and the blade is ready for use, right now. The main blade and tool is secured when open by a locking liner. The Funxion’s anodized aluminum handle is attractive, lightweight, and sturdy. A rubber handle insert enhances a secure grip. The Funxion DIY comes with Kershaw’s deep-carry clip for secure pocket carry—or clip it just about anywhere with the built-in carabiner.
Multifunction: Has multiple blades or tools, enabling it to perform multiple functions. Flipper: May be used on either manual or assisted opening knives. The “flipper” is a protrusion on the back of the blade that the user can pull back on, or flip, in order to move the blade easily out of the handle. SpeedSafe®: Assists you to open any SpeedSafe® knife quickly and easily with a manual push on the thumbstud or pull back on the flipper; built into many Kershaw best sellers. Liner Lock: Locks the blade open during use; one side of the knife’s steel “liner,” the steel plate to which the handle scales are attached, moves into position behind the blade to securely lock it open. Single Position: The pocketclip is in a fixed position on the knife handle; usually it is positioned for tip-down, right-handed carry, though this may vary.