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Safety Knife Giveaway Results

The results are in for our Secupro 625 giveaway. Find out if you won and how you can contribute to our next contest!

The results are in for our Secupro 625 giveaway. Find out if you won and how you can contribute to our next contest!

Prior to the holidays we began the first of what we hope is many giveaways for you, our loyal readers. This time the prize was Martor’s Secupro 625 squeeze-grip knife, an ergonomic safety tool that reduces the risk for accidental lacerations by reflexively retracting after each cut.

This time the lucky winner is Ben D. from Florence, S.C.! Congratulations, Ben! We're shipping out your brand new blade ASAP.

Overall, we received nearly 1,100 entries and several great comments. Here’s a sampling:

A quality manager wrote, “Looks like a great knife. The video indicates that once the knife has completed the cut, the blade automatically re-tracts, without releasing the lever. Is that the case? If so, that is a great safety feature.”

Yes, that is exactly how it works, and a quick squeeze extends the blade again for the next cut.

A control engineer wrote: “With replaceable/disposable blades to use daily to open boxes with those nasty hidden staples that damage a good knife blade; this appears to be a daily carry.”

We also noticed that after a few tries, you can perform a blade change in a matter of seconds. And with no tools. Should come in handy if you are using it daily.

And one company president was so excited , the comment was shouted from the All-Caps mountaintop: "SMART DESIGN EQUALLY SAFE, AND BEFOREHAND THE VIDEO MUST BE MANDATORY TO WATCH. EMPHASIZE THE SAFETY”

Here’s that video again in case you missed it:

On behalf of Martor, we want to thank everyone who entered and reiterate that this will be the first of many exciting giveaways to get our readership. Let us know what you’d like to see given away in the comments below.

And if you want to boost your new product’s visibility via a similar giveaway, please email [email protected].

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