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SOG Combines Cash And Cutlery With The Cash Card Pocket Knife

Looking for Christmas gift ideas?  The new Cash Card looks like a winner.


Lynnwood, WA. – SOG Specialty Knives and Tools has announced the release of one of the most minimal and functional mini folders there is. The SOG Cash Card is simple, light, and compact – boasting a durable blade in a slim profile that easily conceals. Slide it inside your pocket or use it as a money clip, and it will ensure that you have everything you need to survive in the modern world.

The thin frame is durable, thanks to the full-metal, stainless steel construction, allowing for years of abuse. The skeletonized structure keeps both weight and bulk to a minimum even with the solid liner lock mechanism and 2.75-inch 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade.


Despite the small size, the Cash Card can still give you maximum versatility as a go-to pocketknife.

With its easy one-handed opening and time-tested liner lock system, this is the perfect solution for a minimalists daily carry needs.

“SOG provides knives, tools and lighting solutions, tailored to our customers’ needs,” said Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Nando Zucchi. “We take pride in delivering top-quality and innovative products while meeting the demands of a variety of individuals. The Cash Card not only addressed the need for something small and concealable, but also serves as a multi-functional tool that our users can rely on every day.”

The Cash Card’s blade has a clip point shape, and once folded measures a compact 3.4-inches, and weighs a mere 2.0 ounces.

Available now, the Cash Card is the perfect holiday gift for anyone!



2 Responses to “SOG Combines Cash And Cutlery With The Cash Card Pocket Knife”

  1. Wagge says:

    Feels like a copy of the CRKT K.I.S.S folder.

    • Haji says:

      Except that this is a full frame design while the KISS is half a frame. One of the flaws of the KISS is that by squeezing it while using it you can pull the lock off the blade. Looks like you’ll have to work harder to do that with this design.