This scalpel-style pocket knife is great for carving, whittling, slicing, and light-duty cutting tasks. It has a stonewashed titanium hilt, a steel blade holder, and takes replaceable #24 blades. It measures 5.49″ when opened and its blades are 1.41″ long. It also comes in PVD black, ruler, bird, and suminagashi patterns.
This unique folding knife features a locking, replaceable blade system, so you can switch between drop-point, tanto, and saw edges in seconds. The blades measure 3.25″ to 3.5″ long and are made from black-coated steel. It has a smooth ball-bearing flipper, and its handle is made from durable and lightweight G10.
The James Brand now makes some of its everyday carry gear in vibrant colors. The Bright Collection includes great tools like The Ellis, unique carabiner clips like The Mehlville, and the sharp and purposeful The Carter pocket knife. The new hues include red, yellow, and blue, as well as some items in orange or purple.
This titanium carabiner from Tacray is great for carrying keys and has a built-in pocket knife on its side. Its stubby little blade is made from AUS-8 steel with a stonewashed surface, and the carabiner’s spring clip is designed for durability. It’s also got a 1/4″ hex bit holder for driving screws in a pinch.
Roxon’s economical multitool has just about everything you could need. Functions include a saw, knife, can opener, bottle opener, flat screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, needlenose pliers, regular pliers, wire cutters, flint stone, whistle, reamer, scraper, and awl. It has stainless steel blades and a nylon/fiberglass handle.
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.
This versatile pocket knife is ready for everyday adventures. It packs in a dozen functions including a large main blade, bottle opener, wire stripper, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, can opener, toothpick, tweezers, a wood saw, and more. Available in classic red, black, or army green camouflage.
Grant & Gavin Hawk designed this versatile pocket knife for Kershaw. In addition to a 3.4″ bead-blasted stainless steel blade, it has a pop-out driver tool that accepts standard 1/4″ hex bits. Inside of its glass-filled nylon handle, are dual flip-out bit trays, accommodating a total of four on-board bits.
North of the Border’s latest clay creation knife. But this is no ordinary knife. According to the maker of tiny nerdy things, Knifey is “a red sentient murder unicorn from High on Life.” If we were forced to bring a knife in a gunfight, this is the blade we’d go with.
This ultra-compact pocket tool from Outdoor Edge is perfect for opening all those Amazon boxes that get delivered to your house. Its retractable holder accepts standard utility blades, while its handle incorporates flat head and Phillips screwdrivers, a pry tool, and a bottle opener. Comes in black, orange, or blue.
This value-priced pocket knife from Kershaw features a SpeedSafe assisted-opening mechanism for quick, one-handed deployment, and a liner lock for securing it once its blade is open. In addition to its 3.5″ stainless steel blade, it has a carbide glass breaker and a seatbelt cutter built in, making it a great tool for emergencies.
A compact pocket knife is something everyone should have with them. These EDC tools can cut through rope, open packages, and protect you in emergencies. Everyday Carry rounded up 17 of the best small pocket knives, each with blades from 2.5″ to 3″ long. Most models fold, but there’s even a cool little fixed-blade knife.
This Swedish-made fixed-blade knife was designed to go from the city to the backcountry and everywhere in between. Its 2.75″ full tang blade is made from S35VN blade steel sandwiched between rosewood or G10 handle scales. Each knife comes with a handsome leather sheath. Pledge early on Kickstarter for the best price.
Do you collect pocket knives? Keep them organized and easily accessible in this clamshell organizer case. It holds up to 64 knives in its four storage flaps, each lined with numerous elastic straps. You can also use it to store other kinds of pocket tools.
This tough and versatile everyday knife features a 3.4″ clip-point straight blade set into an aluminum body. Its deeply-textured glass-reinforced nylon handles offer exceptional grip, while its lockback mechanism ensures it won’t open unless you really mean it.
This versatile pocket tool combines eight useful functions. Made from black-coated stainless steel, it packs two deployable blades: a tanto knife, and a multitool with a pry bar, screwdriver, nail puller, box cutter, can opener, and a serrated scraper edge. On the back end, you’ll find a clip for keys or attaching to a belt loop.
This three-piece set is a great addition to any fisherman’s toolkit. It includes a titanium-coated, salt-proof fillet knife along with a folding cutting board and a carrying bag. The board has non-slip rubber feet and a built-in knife sharpener on its edge. Available with a 7″ or 8.5″ knife.
WESN’s stubby little pocket knife weighs just 1oz. and measures just 3.75″ long when opened, but its D2 tool steel blade is still super useful for everyday tasks. It has Grade 5 titanium handle scales with optional G10 on one side. It has ceramic bearings, a frame lock, and a thumb flipper for quick and confident deployment.
This sturdy and capable pocket knife features a 2.9″ reverse Tanto blade made from D2 tool steel. That’s set into a handle with grippy G10 scales, a smooth ball-bearing pivot, and a confident liner lock mechanism. An orange thumb stud assists with opening. It comes in solid black, map, fracture, and digicam designs.
Black Beard Projects shows us how he created a unique weapon that looks like a single blade but can become two for dual wielding. Its halves required great precision to interlock and sandwich together so well. The design was inspired by Blade of the 47 Ronin, in which a mythical sword is split in two.
Every tool kit needs a utility knife for opening packages and breaking down boxes. Neiko’s folding knife also functions as a screwdriver, with its built-in hex driver and storage for Phillips and slotted bits. Its cleverly-designed blade holder provides a razor-sharp wire stripper, and the case has storage for spare blades.
This pocket tool combines a 2.625″ Tanto blade with spring-loaded scissors. The scissors are more useful than those on other pocket tools thanks to their larger size, along with their micro-serrated edge. The knife features a fine-edge sandblasted blade, a liner lock, and deploys with one hand from its anodized aluminum handle.
This special-edition Swiss Army knife from Victorinox has beautifully engraved walnut wood scales featuring scenes from a nordic winter. The pocket knife features 12 useful functions, including two blades, a can opener, screwdrivers, a bottle opener, a wire stripper, a punch, scissors, a hook, and more. Limited to 10,000 pieces.
Family stressing you out at holiday gatherings? Command the attention you deserve when you whip out a chainsaw to carve the turkey. While an actual chainsaw would be entertaining, we’d suggest the Mighty Carver, an electric carving knife which won’t end up destroying the bird or your dining table.
This teensy tool measures 1.2″ long when closed and 1.69″ long when opened. Its utility blade is ideal for opening packages and other light-duty cutting tasks. It has a sliding mechanism with a locking thumbscrew and is made from titanium with a stainless steel blade – a great addition to any keychain.