Looking for a more comfortable precision knife? Well the Ergo Kiwi is the solution to your problems! The Ergo Kiwi is an innovative ergonomic cutting tool designed to reduce stress, strain and promote prolonged productivity.
We've re-imagined the traditional pen knife to be more comfortable and easy to use. The form eliminates the pain and discomfort experienced when force is applied to your index finger. By keeping that joint straight you can work for longer periods of time without interruption. The organic shape of handle allows you to hold it in a way that's most natural for you.
Embedded in the handle is a magnet which allows you to pick blades up off of any surface safely, reducing the risk of injury.The magnet also makes for easy storage. The handle will stick to pretty much any metallic surface (table legs, magnet strips, refrigerators, car doors, etc.). You'll never have to search for your knife again.
The latch integrated into the side handle utilizes the prefabricated holes in the blades to lock them in place, preventing the blade from getting stuck in thicker materials. This also makes changing blades quick, easy and safe. No more constant tightening of handle to hold the blade in place.
The Ergo Kiwi is a much safer and easy to use precision knife. It’s essentially your hands new best friend.
"I spent 2 years and made over 100 prototypes and wanted to make sure the form and function was perfect before we brought the Kiwi to market."
- Sean Riley
Founder, Ergo Kiwi
The Kiwi is available in: injection molded white plastic, aircraft grade plywood, Bocote and Padauk. The wooden handles are machined and hand finished with the utmost attention to detail and craft ensuring a long life span. Each wooden handle comes in a handmade canvas storage bag along with five Excel blades.
All of the materials and components for the Kiwi are sourced and manufactured in the United States. The wooden handles are machined and hand finished in Boston, MA.
We're getting ready to sell commercially so keep an eye out! Retail inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.