The Prylobite’s unusual form is a result of its combined functions

At first glance, you’d ask yourself why the Prylobite looks the way it does. It features a full-tang blade that swivels into the handle in such a way that the opposite end of the blade sticks out when shut. You’re bound to question its appearance, but that feeling lasts only a minute. When you begin using the Prylobite, you appreciate and acknowledge its appearance and the functionality it brings to the table, or in this case, your fingertips. You see, the Prylobite is a knife, but it isn’t just a knife. It’s also a flathead screwdriver, a bottle opener, a wrench, and a prybar.

With a highly tactile and sturdy, G10 fiberglass handle on the outside, and a stone-washed S35VN Steel blade on the inside, the Prylobite has a certain simplicity and elegance to it. It doesn’t feature any locking or unlocking mechanisms, relying on good-old friction tension to open and close the blade. The full-tang design prevents an open blade from closing, because your thumb applies pressure along the handle spine.

The Prylobite’s most noteworthy visual element is its blade. Designed with a pivot at the center, the blade’s always sticking out of the handle, when open or closed. Open it up, and you’ve got a nice, sharp, curved sheepsfoot blade that’s ideal for slicing, dicing, and cutting. Fold the blade inward and extension on the opposite end sticks out. This extension holds three other tools that make the Prylobite indispensable. A flat-head screwdriver/prybar at the tip allows you to tighten screws and open tightly-shut paint jars. Just behind the prybar is also a 1/4″ wrench, allowing you to tighten or loosen quarter-inch nuts and bolts. On one end of the wrench lies the Prylobite’s bottle opener, allowing you to crack open a beverage when you’re done prying off lids and tightening nuts and bolts. The other end of the wrench features a running slit that allows you to clip the knife to your pocket like a fountain pen.

The Prylobite’s just compact enough to fit on your keychain (each Prylobite comes with a S-biner carabiner), or even be independently clipped to your jeans pocket. Fitting all the right tools you’d need in your day-to-day life, the Prylobite encapsulates exactly what urban EDC should be. Useful, portable, and most importantly, eye-catchingly unique!

Designer: Michael Dickson of Pangea Designs

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“Back to the ’80s” Trivial Pursuit Includes a Stranger Things Category

If you’re looking for some 80s nostalgia, check out the Back to the 80’s Edition of Trivial Pursuit. It has a Stranger Things theme even though Stranger Things is technically only set in the ’80s. Test your knowledge about all things ’80s and see how much you remember from that awesome decade.

The game has 1,500 new questions on 250 cards in six categories: Movies; TV; Music; Famous People and Events; Trends, Tech and Fun; and Stranger Things. In keeping with the Stranger Things theme, the board has portal spaces. When you land on these they send all players to the Upside Down, where you can lose wedges for providing incorrect answers. I hope Luke Skywalker doesn’t play this. You know, because he might lose Wedge. His friend. That would be heartbreaking. Never mind.

Anyway if you want to go back to the ’80s but don’t have a DeLorean and aren’t a cyborg looking for John Connor, this is the game for you. You can pre-order it right now on Amazon for $19.99. It’s expected to start shipping on May 1, 2018.

[via Geekologie]

Pyyros is the ultimate survival flashlight and multi-tool

Sponsored: Pyrros is designed to be the ultimate survival flashlight and multi-tool in one, it comes with a wide range of features which include a 1,000 lumen tactical flashlight, plus a range of other tools that set it apart from many of the tactical flashlight available at the moment. The Pyyros flashlight comes with three […]

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