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Flexcut JKN88
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Whittlin Jack

$51.99

Flexcut’s Whittlin’ Jack is the smaller two-bladed version of the original Carvin’ Jack and Pocket Jack. Its two-bladed design features the most needed blades any carver could need. At 3 oz. and...

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Flexcut’s Whittlin’ Jack is the smaller two-bladed version of the original Carvin’ Jack and Pocket Jack. Its two-bladed design features the most needed blades any carver could need. At 3 oz. and with a closed length just over 4", you will hardly even notice it in your pocket. Whittlin’ Jack includes a Detail Knife (1- 1/2" long) and a Roughing Knife (2" long).



  • Great for whittling anytime, anywhere


  • Pre-sharpened to a razor’s edge


  • Blades are made from Flexcut’s high carbon steel




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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
6 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Very nice

    I purchase a lot of tools from wood craft and I am never disappointed. The knife was a great asset to my tool box. I kneaded a knife I could count on. It is so handy that I keep it with me all the time. Working with wood always means that you will always need to clean up edges of cuts that are made. Perfect tool for the job. Thanks.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Design, Pocket Knife Supplement

    Flexcut has done a good job at living up to their reputation with this knife. It is a good designed whittler. The only problem I have with it is opening the blades. They are very tight, which gives you a good lock when you open them. The trick it getting it opened. Good sturdy steel. Great shape, fits well into your hand. If you want to give a good gift to a beginning whittler this one is the ticket.

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  4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    flexcut whittlin jack

    Great knife of course...and very sharp, which means this knife SHOULD have knife locks in place! I can't imagine one of these blades folding down on a finger..like WHOA...and hey, when working that just does happen..so wear protective gloves with this knife at ALL times...It would be a MUCH safer knife with the locks in place which then would be something to really use more often than not. That is the only drawback to this nice knife..sigh!! So, put them in, eh?? I love this one...just don't feel as safe using it! Oh well.....sorry, I never recommend any knife that does not LOCK for use...just a habit. I may try and create my own blade locks for this knife. Cheers.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Product !!!!

    This is by far the best knife I own. The shape fits my hand and the shape of the blade makes it great for my wood projects.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Flexcut Whitlin' Jack

    I've been carving since 1985 and this is one of the best and sharpest knives I've ever had. I plan to buy more of their products.

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