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.
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.
This Swiss-made pocket knife has functions perfect for serving wine and cheese. In addition to its main wavy-edge blade, it has a cheese knife, it has a fondue fork, bottle opener, corkscrew, tweezers, and a toothpick – though we don’t recommend using that at the dinner table.
This minimal brass utility knife features a design inspired by Japanese kiridashi blades. It’s perfect for opening packaging, letters, or scoring materials. Cut from a solid brass rod, it measures 5.25″ long, and weighs 4.5 oz. A concrete plinth stand can be added for $35 extra. Available for a limited time from Drop.
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.
Inspired by Japanese Kiridashi blades, Origin Handcrafted Goods‘ compact knife has a great look that blends ancient and modern aesthetics. It’s crafted from 1095 carbon steel, with a razor-sharp micro-beveled edge. In addition to its cutting abilities, it has a bottle opener, and comes with a fitted leather sheath.
Spyderco’s substantial, yet lightweight knife features a sturdy VG-10 steel blade, with a combination edge that blends a straight edge with a serrated “Spyder” edge. It’s also available with a straight blade, or an all- serrated blade, and in addition to stainless steel, you can get it with a fiberglass-reinforced nylon handle.
Miller Knives decided he could use another keychain knife so he set about building one that actually looks like a key. To make it work, he layered together three keys, cut the middle one to allow space, machined a butter knife for the blade, then joined the pieces together with a couple of nails.
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.
This TC4 aluminum carabiner from InvictusEdge doesn’t just hold your keys, it packs a bottle opener, Phillips and flat blade screwdrivers, wrenches, and a slide-out hobby knife all in one. Comes in blue, purple, or silver finishes, and it’s 30% off in The Awesomer Shop.
The Prylobite is a keychain knife with a unique profile. Its blade is machined from S35VN steel, while its handles are made from black G10 or stonewashed titanium. In addition to its snub-nosed 1.7″ long blade, it has a suspension clip, bottle opener, pry bar, screwdriver, and hex driver built in.
This compact pocket tool’s main function is a retractable utility blade. But it also can be used to drive flathead screws, strip wires, pry nails, cut cord, and of course, open bottles. It features a lanyard hole for easy hanging from paracord, but we wish it had a pocket clip. Measures 4.25″ L x 1.25″ W, and comes in grey or green.
Help make your kitchen a better place with this set of chef-grade, high-carbon knives from Schmidt Brothers. Each of the six included knives has a specially curved handle for optimal grip, and they store neatly in a modern acacia wood and acrylic knife block using magnets. Save 30% in The Awesomer Shop.
This teensy, retractable pocket knife takes standard #11 hobby blades, and weighs just 10 grams. It’s constructed from sturdy aluminum, and has a hole in its body for hanging from a keychain or lanyard. It’s great for opening packages, cutting paper, or other light-duty tasks.
This blacked-out knife has a unique wharncliffe style blade, and a great handle shape with an ergonomic notch for optimal grip. We love the stonewashed finish on the CPM-S35VN steel blade, which blends seamlessly with the titanium frame and carbon fiber scales. Blade measures 3.625″, with an overall length of 8.625″.
We’re digging the minimal styling of CIVIVI’s straight-lined knife. It’s got a 3.22″ clip-point 9Cr18MoV stainless steel blade, with an ambidextrous flipper tab and ball bearing for easy one-handed opening. The G10 scales round out the clean look, with just enough texture to give a reassuring grip. Available in black, blue, or grey.
This substantial and minimally styled knife is great for hunting, camping, or everyday carry. It’s got a D2 steel straight blade with a 3.5″ cutting edge, a thumb stud for easy access, and titanium alloy handles in either matte silver or blue. Measures 8.2″ long when open.
A modern take on the clean and simple Barlow knife, the ambidextrous Otter Slip Joint features a sharp, rustproof Terravantium blade, along with 316 stainless steel hardware, and one of five different handle options, including titanium, carbon fiber, and G10. Drops 1/29/2020.
Ever since seeing The Sword of Exact Zero in The LEGO Movie, swordsmith Michael Cthulhu has contemplated making a larger-than-life X-Acto knife blade. With a sponsor in hand for his video, he finally took the time to make his cutting tool for giants a reality. He’s auctioning it off for charity to help save animals from Australia’s fires.
This lightweight pocket tool from Swiss Advance has five tool steel blades, providing a variety of useful functions like cutting, scaling fish, opening bottles, turning nuts, and even eating your lunch. Available in naked stainless steel, or wrapped in a handsome leather holder.
This premium Swiss Army knife from Victorinox looks great with its walnut wood scales, and packs in an impressive 29 different functions, including a blade, screwdrivers, bottle opener, pliers, scissors, wood saw, magnifying class, corkscrew, and more. Weighing in at 6.5oz., it’s quite hefty, but also incredibly versatile.
This useful multitool features a sturdy 440C steel blade that works as a serrated knife, chisel, lever, belt cutter, scraping tool, and more. Its G-10 handle scales provide good grip, and it comes with a matching leather sheath. Measures 6.25″ long overall, with a 1.25″ blade length.