Smith’s Pocket Pal is a multi-function compact sharpener for tool and tackle boxes; it features reversible and replaceable carbide and ceramic stones, plus a diamond coated rod.
The Striker Folding Multi-Blade is a utility knife done right: a big but pocket-friendly handle, striking cap, crosscut file, and on-board blade storage make drywalling a cinch.
Designed for special forces, Pohl Force’s H3 Alpha One Knife is a beast with a 5 mm blade, grooved glass-reinforced Zytel handles, and slotted screws for easy repair. Thanks, Lucas!
It may not have as many tools as modern knives, but Victorinox’s 125th Anniversary Heritage Knife is a historical treasure: it’s a replica of an 1884 Swiss Army Soldier’s Knife.
Designed for the modern caveman, Matthias Kaeding’s ceramic Neolithic Knives will turn you into very old-school chef–minus the loincloths, bad teeth and grunting, of course.
Designed for maximum versatility, PPS’ Prometheus Knife features a Tungsten DLC coating, four separate faces, and a large, guarded grip with twelve+ possible holding positions.
Part novelty, part functional tool, this German-made, key-shaped pocket knife blends into your keychain; for a pen knife, it’s relatively sharp and is barely larger than an ordinary key.
Sleek and minimalist, this Tilt Knife Block is perfect for modern cribs; it’s made from a single block of Walnut (with a Maple inlay) and is finished in beeswax and orange oil. Thanks, Chris!
Designed by a former US Marine, the Manticuda was created with versatility in mind; it features a multi-faceted, double-edged blade, multi-hold handle and heavy-duty Kydex sheath.
While it may not pack as many tools as Topeak’s Alien II, this Increase Utility Knife by Stussy sneaks in a few goodies, including a pen light and tone-on-tone Stussy graffiti logo.
It’s nowhere near pocketable, but this Giant Swiss Army Knife by Wenger puts to rest any doubts about your preparedness; it squeeze in 85 tools and weighs nearly 3 pounds.
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