A great everyday folding knife at a great price. The Kershaw Injection 3.0 offers a lightweight 3D machined G-10 fiberglass laminate handle that lets you see through to the stainless steel inside. Blade length is 3″. Overall length is 7″ when open, and 4″ closed.
An absolutely stunning flip-blade knife from designer Matt Cucchiara. While its 3.6-inch stonewashed stainless steel blade will get the job done, it’s the grippy gunmetal titanium handle scales which make this a real standout.
This limited-edition knife not only features a big 3.85″ blade, and a sturdy stainless steel body, but it’s got glow-in-the-dark handle scales. Other features include a ball bearing lock, a lanyard hole, and a pocket clip. Available for a limited time from Massdrop.
This pocket-sized tool combines a key organizer and a pocket knife in one. Quiet Carry’s Mini Q is made from durable Grade 5 titanium, holds 4 to 8 keys, and its 2.35″ hardened steel blade has a screwdriver tip and built in bottle opener. Save 19% in The Awesomer Shop.
This tiny folding knife measures just 3″ long when fully opened, with a stubby, but sharp 1.2″ stainless steel locking blade, set into a titanium handle. A small loop makes it perfect for everyday carrying on your keychain.
This whimsical Swiss army style knife packs in seven useful tools, while looking like various animals, including a rhino, a hippo, and a giraffe. Has a bottle opener, wire stripper, file, punch, flat/Phillips drivers, and a knife. We think they should have called it the ZooTool.
Designed by world record speed climber Hans Florine, this lightweight and compact folding knife is designed specifically for ease of use and access during climbing expeditions. The Niad has a corrosion-resistant titanium handle, and a large hole for attaching it to carabiners.
For the latest episode of Man at Arms: Reforged, the guys at Baltimore Knife and Sword recreated the deadly and awesome sounding multi-blade weapon that Kitana wields in Mortal Kombat. Fan yourself with one of these, and you’re likely to remove a limb.
Watch as this skilled Japanese knife sharpener takes a rusty old kitchen knife and makes it good as new, with a little cleaning compound, some water, sharpening stones, and lots of good old elbow grease.
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