This keychain-friendly tool from CRKT and Joe Wu Design stores up to four stubby driver bits inside of its aluminum cap and body. Pop off its key loop to access a 1/4″ bit holder. A deep texture on its tip provides grip. Ships with T6, T8, flat head 0.6 x 4.5, and Phillips PH1 bits.
Designed by blade maker Jon Graham for CRKT, the Razel GT features a snub-nosed straight blade with a chiseled tip that’s great for push-cutting and scraping. It has a smooth-opening ball-bearing pivot and supports easy one-handed closing. Its 3″ long blade is made from 8Cr13MoV steel, while its handle is 6061 aluminum.
CRKT’s Redemption folding knife features a shape inspired by the knives carried in the Wild West. Designed in collaboration with Hogue Knives and based on Ken Onion’s custom Deadman’s Hand knife, this US-made folder has a 4.06″ spear-point blade with a stonewashed finish, a crossbar locking mechanism, and a G10 handle with a reversible deep-carry clip.
This compact tool was designed by Joe Wu for CRKT. It can store up to four bits in its chamber, and ships with T6, T8, flathead 0.6 x 4.5, Philip PH1 bits, and has a driver socket beneath its threaded cap. It’s made from aluminum with a scratch-resistant anodized finish, and includes a pocket clip and key ring.
Designed by Jeff Park, CRKT’s low-profile liner-lock pocket knife features a bead-blasted aluminum handle inspired by the shape of a dog bone, and a straight-back 3.5″ steel blade. Note that the prototype in the video is missing the two-toned scales of the production version.
This handy keychain tool combines four useful functions. In addition to sharpening knives, cutting seat belt webbing, and turning flathead screws, it’ll pop open beer bottles with the best of them. Its blade is made from sturdy 2CR13 stainless steel with a glass-reinforced nylon handle.
CRKT’s compact emergency tool clips onto your car’s seatbelt, providing a belt cutter and a glass breaker to help you escape quickly if you’re ever in a collision. Its glass-reinforced handle is textured and has indentations to provide optimal grip. Attach one to each of your seatbelts to protect all of your passengers.
Designed by Terry Lee Renner for CRKT, the Deviation has a great hyper-modern look, with a blue and silver stainless steel handle. Its modified tanto blade has a two-tone mirrored / matte finish. It has a liner lock mechanism, and a ball-bearing pivot for quick opening. Measures 7.6″ overall, with a 3.1″ blade.
Designed by tool and knife expert Jesper Voxnaes for CRKT, the Pryma combines a pry bar, bottle opener, wrench, glass breaker, and multi-wrench on a single, ultracompact gadget. It’s made from stainless steel with a black stonewashed finish, and has a spring-loaded carabiner clip for carrying versatility.
Designed by former martial artist and self-defense specialist James Williams, CRKT’s Williams Tactical Key is an innocuous self-defense tool. It looks just like a key but offers a pointed end and a secure grip when needed. It also works as a Philips screwdriver. Its made from steel with a glass-reinforced nylon handle.
Simplicity is the name of the game with this compact knife from CRKT and T.J. Schwarz Design. It features a fixed 1.74″ 5Cr15MoV steel blade, set into a textured ABS thermoplastic handle. Rather than needing a separate sheath, its body has a built-in pocket clip, and a snap-on cap protects its blade when not in use.
This compact steel multitool was designed by Joe Wu for CRKT. It packs in a pry bar, a bottle opener, a hex wrench, and an O-ring secured PH1 hex bit. It also has a wheel-style blade that’s ideal for cutting cord. It measures just 2.61″ long and weighs exactly 1 oz.
An everyday version of CRKT’s Provoke, replacing the curved karambit blade with a more practical shape. It still features designer Joe Caswell’s unique kinematic folding, which deploys with the push of a button. Its electric blue aluminum handle has a hole for a pendant or spinning it around your finger like we would dor.
Designed by Lucas Burnley for CRKT, this limited-edition pocket knife is notable for its bold Fat Carbon Dark Matter handle scales. It’s made in Italy with Böhler M390 blade steel and a smooth-opening IKBS ball-bearing pivot point. Its 2.68″ blade has a satin finish and deploys quickly with a one-handed liner lock mechanism.
CRKT’s Squid II folding knife has a look of substance. Its 2.68″ blade is made from Böhler M390 steel with a stonewashed finish and attached to a smooth ball bearing pivot point. Its olive drab Micarta handles scales will last a lifetime and provide a grippy texture. It drops 8.24.2022, and just 500 will be produced.
The Skeggox was inspired by and named after a 1st-century Norse bearded axe. The full-tang carbon steel chopping tool has a 4.83″ cutting edge and is powder-coated to resist corrosion. A durable glass-reinforced nylon handle provides excellent grip, and it comes with a hard sheath with Tech-Clip and MOLLE mounts.
Knife designer Jeff Park’s latest CRKT knife is a sleek folder that pays tribute to vintage produce knives. It features a cobalt blue aluminum handle with an art deco-inspired stairstep design. The 3.38″ blade has a thumb flipper and assistive opening tech for ease of deployment and a liner lock for stability.
Designed by Joe Wu for CRKT, this handy tool is perfect for maintaining knives or other items that use Torx screws. The compact aluminum driver fits comfortably in your hand, grips confidently, and stores six bits in its handle. It comes with T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, and T15 driver bits.
This compact, fixed-blade bowie knife from CRKT and designer Alan Folts features a 2.13″ stainless steel blade embellished with H.P. Lovecraft’s creepy creation, Cthulhu on both sides. Its blue thermoplastic handle has a textured grip, and both it and its sheath glow in the dark.
This sleek, all-black pocket knife has a 3.1″ high-carbon stainless steel blade. It has a smooth-opening flipper design and liner lock for secure, one-handed closing. Its handle is fabricated from lightweight glass-reinforced nylon with a textured grip.
This portable tool kit is great for quick assembly and disassembly tasks. It comes with a brass hex bit driver with a knurled grip, a ball-bearing spinner, and a magnetic hex socket. Packed inside its leather tool roll are 13 bits, including Torx, Phillips, and flat blade drivers. The driver is available by itself for about $20.
Inspired by the phoenix from the Harry Potter universe, this small-batch knife is made using scrapped materials from knife designer Alan Folts. Its D2 steel blade has excellent edge retention, and its orange and brown G10 handle offers a great grip. It has a smooth ball-bearing pivot and an easy-to-close liner lock mechanism.