Gerber’s money clip is designed to hold cash and up to five cards, and packs a secret – a 1.75″ fine-edge stainless steel blade for everyday cutting or emergency needs. Its body is made from rust-proof titanium-coated steel with a G-10 front plate. Measures 3.6″ long when closed.
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These tiny cutting instruments are made from solid grade 5 titanium, and offer a sharp and narrow blade for making precise, shallow cuts. They come in a variety of finishes, and each comes with snug silicone sheath with a keychain hole and a paracord lanyard. Available for a limited time from Touch of Modern.
Zippo’s specialized multitool is designed to help reliably start a fire. It’s got a wheel and flint to get sparks going, a grate to help make tinder, and comes with a length of fire paracord. It’s also got a knife, a saw blade, a bottle opener, and flathead screwdriver.
Handmade in Spain, Castillo Knives‘ Navaja model is notable for its beautiful wooden handle scales, crafted and polished from curly birch or olivewood. It features a lock-back style blade crafted from 14C28N stainless steel, and comes with a leather sheath and sharpening stone. Its blade measures 3″ long, with a 3.5″ handle.
Rather than metal, SureFire’s rugged G2X series flashlight is made from Nitrolon, a lightweight and extremely durable polymer that won’t dent, ding, or crack, and won’t freeze to your skin in cold weather. It has a nice bright 600 lumen LED light source, and a micro-textured reflector to ensure a smooth beam.
This handmade pen from Russia’s WarmKnives is crafted entirely from titanium. It’s got a textured, military look with a cap inspired by the ridges on a hand grenade, and a pointed rear end that most certainly could be used for self-defense. Takes a standard Parker refill.
Thanks to its colorful sheen, copper is one of the most visually interesting metals out there. If you prefer your pocket tools with a little more flash than plain old black or stainless, then check out these cool flashlights, courtesy of our pals at Everyday Carry. We’re particularly taken with the Olight S2R II.
KeySmart hops on the personal safety bandwagon with their version of a remote touch tool. The Cleankey puts distance between your fingertips and public surfaces using germ-resistant brass. It can push buttons, pull levers, and open door handles without touching them. Save 33% on this 3-pack in The Awesomer Shop.
Petzl’s knife is perfect for climbers or anyone who needs to cut rope, thanks to its carabiner-compatible center hole, and a dual-edged blade with smooth and serrated edges. The blade notch makes bare-handed opening easy, while the textured wheel is great for gloved use.
Like the Hygiene Hand, the bomb-shaped Safe Nuke is designed to put a little distance between your fingertips and public surfaces. The tiny tool is made from antimicrobial copper, and features a touchscreen-compatible stylus on its tip. Plus, its attached paracord can be looped around door handles.
Made from high-tensile Cr-V steel, Vibrelli’s 19-in-1 multitool is a lifesaver when your bike breaks down on the road. It’s got hex wrenches, spoke wrenches, open wrenches, Phillips, flat, and Torx drivers, along with a universal chain-breaker tool. It packs up small too, measuring just 3″ x 2″ x 0.5″ when not in use.
This versatile aluminum light kicks out up to 1000 lumens of brightness, and works not only as a handheld flashlight, but as a lantern and a bike light thanks to the included diffuser and 360º bike mount. It also can recharge USB devices in a pinch, and kicks out a beem up to 770 feet in its brightest mode.
Armour Supply Co’s lightweight, minimal wallet can hold up to 12 cards inside, and 5 folded bills in its money clip. It comes in aluminum, brass, carbon fiber, or bamboo, blocks RFID scanning, and is bundled with both a card-style multitool and a key organizer.
MecArmy’s miniature compass is small enough to wear as a pendant, on your keychain, or attached to a bag. It features a high-sensitivity movement with an anti-magnetic bearing, glow-in-the-dark markings, and comes in copper, brass, or TC4 titanium for $10 extra. Measures 1.48″ L x 0.925″ W x 0.51″ H.
In this age of digital communication, sometimes it’s nice to put down the screen and sketch out your ideas with good old pen and paper. Bolt action pens offer durability, unique styles, and a confident locking mechanism that’s great for fidgeters. Everyday Carry shares their favorite bolt-action models of 2020.
Made entirely from titanium, Big Idea Design’s versatile pen has the unique ability to accept more than 750 different kinds of refills, letting you customize its writing characteristics to your exact preference. Available in Stonewashed, Midnight Black, and Machined Raw finishes.
Ideal for carrying all shapes and sizes of gear, Propper’s Bail Out Bag features MOLLE-compatible loops on the front and sides as well as in its main compartment. It also has a stretchy mesh side pocket, M4 mag pouches, and drain holes throughout. Available in black or brown.
Gatura’s elongated pouch is perfect for carrying knives, pens, flashlights, and other pocket tools. It’s made from rugged Cordura fabric, and has a sturdy YKK zipper. It has a roomy main compartment, along with exterior pockets for your favorite tools. Measures appx. 7.9″ x 3.1″ x 2.2″, and available in a variety of color combos.
This sleek metal case is designed for storing a box of matches, but also works for other small items like jewelry or coins. Each one is milled from a single block of GR5 titanium alloy, and has strong magnets to hold its lid firmly in place. Available with a plain finish, or one of three etched geometric patterns.
The Cybertool M is a 32-in-1 pocket tool comes from the leading maker of Swiss Army knives. It packs blades, bit wrenches, hex sockets, torx, hex, pozidriv bits, screwdrivers, pen, pliers, and wire tools, making it the perfect EDC for anyone who works on gadgets. Also has tweezers, a toothpick, and key ring.
Sicoli’s wallet-sized card is great for designers, architects, artists, and engineers. The solid brass card features rulers along its edges, as well as guides for drawing circles and arcs, as well as measuring angles, all presented in a design inspired by the Golden Spiral.
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