Cool Hand’s slick bolt-action pen features a body made from real lightweight carbon fiber, finished off with aircraft-grade aluminum end caps. It takes Schmidt, Parker, or Fisher refills, and has a retractable rubber stylus on its back end for capacitive touchscreens.
This handy pocket tool is made from lightweight and durable 0.125″ thick carbon fiber, and not only pops open bottles with ease, but has 1/4″, 5/16″, 3/8″ and 7/16″ wrench cutouts, and a 1/4″ hex bit holder, making it more versatile than your average bottle opener.
A cool spin on Swiss Army style key organizers, this one is made from durable, lightweight carbon fiber. It provides quick and easy access, and includes all the screws and spacers needed to handle between 1 and 16 flat keys. Also doubles as a stand for smartphones.
Stuff built from carbon fiber looks cool, but what makes it so amazing is its incredible ability to be manipulated to serve a variety of lightweight structural needs. Real Engineering takes a look at this awesome woven material and explains what makes it so work so well.
This awesome looking tactical knife is made from a mix of carbon fiber and titanium that appear to seamlessly blend from the handle to the blade. Tungsten carbide enhances cutting ability, and its handle comes wrapped in 550 paracord. Includes a KYDEX molded sheath.
It sounds like a power-wielding device from the Marvel cinematic universe, but the Infinity Cube just looks cool and doesn’t do anything. This intricate desk plaything is made of numerous layers of real carbon fiber. A 1.5″ cube is made of over 70 layers of the durable woven material.
Carbon fiber all the things. This beautiful straight razor from Bastion has a real 3k twill carbon fiber handle, and a gorgeous damascus steel blade. And if you don’t know how to shave with a straight razor, you could always buy one as a gift for your barber.