Striker designed their new folding multi-blade to help drywall guys perform the normal steps for slicing up drywall without grabbing extra tools. Striker thinks it’ll save some time on the jobsite — we’re not sure, but it certainly looks cool.
In addition to the razor blade mounted out front, the multi-blade features a hardened steel file built into the side of the blade housing — this lets the operator clean up rough edges or square up holes after cutting without having to pull out a file or rasp. With the notching saw built into the bottom of the blade housing you can clean knocked-out corners, and a striking cap on the back of the handle helps you knock out cut pieces of drywall.
We like the idea anyway, and the file/rasp does look pretty handy. We’re going to get our hands on one soon to see how it works.
Street pricing starts at around $14.