SOG’s keychain-size knife is perfect for everyday needs, like cutting twine, opening boxes, or slicing packing tape. It measures just 3.5″ long when closed, and has a built in bottle opener and a smart keylatch ring for easy addition and removal of keys.
Upgrade your kitchen with this set of beautiful and precise cutting utensils built using the same process as samurai swords. The 3-piece set includes a 7-inch Nakiri vegetable knife, 8.5-inch slicing knife, 5-inch utility knife. A limited time deal from The Awesomer Shop.
Metalsmith Miller Knives is at it again, this time digging into his bin of hardware to create a teensy version of a Japanese Kunai throwing knife from a stainless steel bolt. It might not be the most effective weapon at this size, but it still is pretty stabby.
A pocket knife must first and foremost do its job of being a reliable and useful cutting tool. But we appreciate when knifemakers go the extra mile to make them stylish and handsome too. Here, Everyday Carry shares their picks for 10 great looking knives for proper gentlemen.
Inspired by the famed B-2 Bomber, Bomber & Co.’s folding knife is stealthy, sleek, and strong. The thick design allows for a solid grip, while the hefty build and tanto blade make it durable and strong for situations that require brute force. Save 53% in The Awesomer Shop.
Whether you need to open a package, slice up an apple, or tighten a screw, you’ll always be prepared with Higher Objects‘ wristband, which packs a knife with a flat head screwdriver tip. It’s made from stainless steel and neoprene, and is also available in black or gold here.
The James Brand’s Ellis is a minimalist multitool that includes four of the most used everyday tools: a partially serrated knife, a combination screwdriver and bottle opener, and a pry bar or scraper. The knife and combo screwdriver lock in place for safe operation.
Buck Knives’ compact pocket knife has a 2-5/8″ drop-point titanium-coated steel blade for optimal strength, sharpness, and corrosion resistance. Its open design and liner lock make for easy one-handed operation, and it has a built-in carabiner clip and bottle opener.
We’ve seen rusty metal tools restored completely. But in this case, the rust has gotten the better of the tool. DIY Random found this knife that’s been rotting away for years in his friend’s backyard and tried his best to get something usable out of its remains.
We love the modern looks and clean lines of this everyday pocket knife from Gerber. It has a 3″ drop-point steel blade, wrapped with either a machined aluminum or textured glass-filled nylon handle. Its wide, recessed thumb lift works for both left- and right-handed users.
Whether you need to cut some rope, slice some fruit, or crack open a package from Amazon, there are tons of uses for a reliable pocket knife. Our pals over at Everyday Carry are here with five recommendations for folding blades that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
Cut from a flat plate of steel, Miller Knives‘ deadly jagged dagger isn’t exactly the most traditional form of metalsmithing we’ve seen, but the resulting weapon is too awesome not to share, and we’re guessing it would be nearly impossible to pull of using a forging process.
This compact pocket knife is not only great for carving and slicing. Its pointed tip makes it great for prying, opening cans and even working on flat-head screws. Its handle provides excellent grip and has a jimp to prevent your index finger from slipping.
For his latest creation, knifemaker Kiwami Japan decided to see if he could build a blade using FiberFix – the ultra-durable, resin-infused tape that dries hard as a rock. Given the fact that he previously made a knife from gelatin, we had no doubt he was up to the task.
Colin Furze shows off an invention so insane that we wouldn’t want to be within 1000 feet when it spins up. Apparently for no reason other than to outdo Simone Giertz’s salad chopping robot, he built a wearable belt that rapidly spins knives around his waist. It draws blood at 9:57.
The TRAK XL is the bigger and improved version of the Titanium Runner’s Anywhere Knife (TRAK). Its larger size and two-finger grip makes it easier to hold than the original. It has a sharper and longer blade too. It comes with a neck sheath for convenient storage.