Buck Metro Knife

Priced: $12.93 - $23.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Buck Metro Knife
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Color: Jade Green
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Not only does the Buck Metro knife look cool attached to your key chain, it stands ready for several handy uses as well.

Please Note: This product is not able to be shipped to addresses in New York.

Made in USA.


  • Metro attaches to a key ring or slides almost unnoticed into a pocket, so you're always prepared


  • The opening in the knife's oval shape is designed to pop off bottle caps; the outside rim can lift up soda can pop tabs
  • Once open, the Buck Metro knife blade secures in place with a locking liner
  • Blade opens and closes easily with 1 hand
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Small, convenient and multi-purpose. The Metro compact knife has numerous features including a small blade, a bottle and soda can opener and can be easily attached to a key ring.
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Blade material:Stainless steel
Bottle opener:Yes
Closed length:2.375 inches
Handle material:Anodized aluminum
Knife blade type:Straight edge
Locking blade:Yes
Max blade length (in.):1.125 inches
Number of blades:1
One-handed opening:No
Weight:1.5 ounces

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Buck Metro Knife Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Best knife I have ever owned

This is my first review ever. I thought it was an injustice to see this knife rated a 3. I collected knives as a kid. I bought this knife about 10 years ago because it was so inexpensive and I needed to replace my bottle opener on my key chain. This is the only thing on my key chain. I am a guy who doesn't wear jewelry of any kind. This knife comes in very handy at the holidays when it comes to opening gifts or getting my kids toys removed from the cardboard. I use this knife at work as an engineer frequently. I am constantly cutting things. The design allows you to pierce as well as slice. The strength and stiffness are remarkable. I have never sharpened this knife. It still cuts to my amazement. When we camp, I am the go to guy for the bottle opener. I bought my brother in law the same knife just months after my purchase. I saw it on his key chain at Christmas. I am writing this message wondering why I didn't buy this knife for someone else this holiday.
Sean of the Mountains at REI on 12/12/2012

Great packable knife

Great portable knife! A+

I received this as a gift a few years ago and it has served me well. It's small enough to carry anywhere, and portable enough even to attach to my climbing harness for use in emergencies (had a friend get their shirt stuck in a climbing device, wish I had a knife that day and vowed I'd get one).

If you're looking for a full-size or full-featured knife, stay away. This is just a good, sharp knife, not a multi-tool with a spoon or nail file. Just a knife. But a darn good one at that.
ywamer at REI on 11/11/2013

Great keychain knife

I use this daily - from opening packages (or anything else) and popping the cap on a beer bottle. It's small and flat so it doesn't add bulk to your keychain but the blade is sharp. One handed operation is easy for both opening and closing, but the blade locks safely into place. This is my second one - lost my first one to the TSA at the airport. At that time I purchased and tried three other small knives, but none worked as well, even without tweezers, scissors, etc. so I returned to this one and have been happy.
prauch at REI on 12/12/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Sharp! But ...

I have had this little knife for about 5 years and it is still in great shape, however I don't use it very often. The blade is very sharp! Though easy to hold, the bottle opener is difficult to use because the metal is pretty thick. I end up prying bottle tops off a little at a time. I do keep it in with my fishing supplies because it is so small and the blade is sharp … works in a pinch.
WendyZ at REI on 12/12/2012