Inspired by the butterfly knife, this ‘Brass Butterfly Comb’ is just an incredibly slick Everyday Carry




I bet the Butterfly Comb would be an incredibly cool cultural artifact of the late 80s.

If looks could kill, the Butterfly Brass Comb would be as lethal as a butterfly knife. Designed and built from scratch by the genius known by his internet moniker ‘Koss Workshop‘, the Butterfly Brass Comb comes meticulously machined from a solid piece of brass, sandwiched between the two-part handle made from acid-finished copper complete with an incredibly satisfying magnetic closure system.

The video above shows Koss in action, as he builds out the comb from scratch. Starting with just raw materials, Koss gets to work, creating the profiles for the comb’s various parts and sticking them onto the solid metal pieces that then go through a laborious cutting, sanding, and polishing process. The brass comb itself is painstakingly built with Koss manually cutting out each tooth, before sanding the edges to round them out. The handle, on the other hand, starts as two pieces of hollow copper pipes that get cut, polished, and etched in an acid that takes away their rose-gold sheen, giving the handles a distressed grungy look that pairs wonderfully with the brass comb inside. To finish it off, Koss also adds magnets inside the handle, causing them to click open and shut for an incredibly satisfying tactile experience.

The almost-11-minute video ends with Koss demonstrating how the comb opens, flicking the handles inward and outward like a pro. The Butterfly Brass Comb exists only as a solitary unit that Koss sold on his Etsy store to a willing buyer who snapped it up for $850. I guess that person REALLY likes combs…

Designer: Koss Workshop

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This beautiful handmade katana-style knife is an absolute masterclass in minimalism




Designed to fit into a hollow piece of square-shaped metal tubing, Koss Workshop’s ‘Square Tube Knife’ borders on sheer perfection, with every aspect of its design being minimal on detail yet maximal on expression.

Even though it’s styled like a katana, the Square Tube Knife isn’t as long as one. In fact, it measures 223mm when sheathed, or just less than 9 inches. The knife itself is crafted from W1-7 high carbon steel (you can see the entire fabricating process in the video above) and sits within aluminum tubing that’s been finished too to remove any sharp edges. The aluminum outer casing forms both the handle and the sheath of the knife, resulting in a two-part design that seamlessly becomes one singular monolithic form when closed. Whether you’re staring at the knife’s deceptively simple design or Koss’ meticulously documented video, you can’t help but appreciate the sheer beauty that is the Square Tube Knife.

We’ve been in awe of Koss Workshop’s custom knives for quite a while now. Earlier last year Koss introduced us to this absolutely stunning folding knife that used a unique never-before-seen folding mechanism with a two-part splitting handle. Along with selling his creations on his Etsy store, Koss has even amassed an audience of keen followers on his YouTube, where he periodically drops videos capturing his entire knife-making process. With the Square Tube Knife, the 8-minute video focuses mainly on how Koss builds the blade from a solid billet of W1-7 High Carbon Steel, and glues it into the off-the-shelf aluminum tubing.

The knife exists as just a single unit, and with a price tag of $840, it doesn’t come cheap either. It did, however, get sold immediately to a satisfied buyer just prior to Christmas.

Designer: Koss Workshop

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This hybrid camping accessory combines a handheld flashlight with a multi-port power bank!

The M-flashlight is an EDC camping accessory that fuses the function of a flashlight with a rectangular power bank to light your way from waypoint to waypoint, never losing power along the way.

When camping, multifunctional appliances are key to thriving in nature. Nonelectric accessories like multi-tools and hatchets help users prepare for and build fires, pitch tents and chop wood during camping trips. Then, gas-powered and battery-operated appliances help finish the jobs like cooking meals and brewing coffee.

The M-Flashlight from designer Wenhua Xu combines the most practical aspects of camping supplies to create a portable, handheld flashlight that doubles as a power bank to charge up any device that might need some extra power.

Equipped with a 10000mAh high-capacity battery, the M-Flashlight is comprised of a round, miniature flashlight that fuses with a rectangular power bank to charge up devices like smartphones and other electronic appliances. Located at the top of the flashlight, a sliding dial turns the appliance on and off. Then, around the back, users will find the ports for USB, HDMI, and Type C cables.

During camping trips, we might need our smartphones during hiking or road trips to find our location or our next route of action. Considering this, our smartphones must have enough charge to get us there. The M-flashlight ensures the camper in each of us that we’ll never be without direction or light to bring us to our next destination.

Designer: Wenhua Xu

Handheld by design, the M-Flashlight is an EDC camping accessory. 

The rectangular power bank gives the M-flashlight an unconventional shape.

A sliding toggle operates the power switch.

Conceptualized in two different colors, the M-Flashlight comes in purple and orange tones.

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An axe, survival knife and folding saw rolled in this one multitool is the ultimate tool for survivalists




EDCs for the urban landscape are in plenty, but a multitool that’s designed for hardcore survivalists is a bit of a rarity. Meet the Combar FoldaXe Pro multitool crafted by Israeli startup Aclim8 to improve on their maiden attempt at creating a versatile set of tools for outdoor enthusiasts.

In fact, the makers are a team of ex-Israeli Special Forces operators who are well acquainted with the craft of survival in most extreme conditions. So, you can bet your bottom dollar on the 4-in-1 multitool consisting of a hatchet, hammer, survival knife and wood saw designed to get you through any tough situation. Even on leisure hikes or treks, it will be of great utility!

The Combar FoldaXe Pro weighs just 900 grams, shedding the weight as compared to the original Combar. It measures 15.75 inches long, ideal for carrying in your backpack. There’s the flip-out axe on one side that retracts into the handle when not in use, and the textured hammer on the other. This gives users plenty of meat to work around with when it comes to splitting apart tree barks or pounding down the tent stakes. The abrasive surface of the glass-reinforced polymer handle means a strong grip to deliver the force right where intended.

FoldaXe Pro 4-in-1 has a slide-out storage compartment in the hollow handle for keeping the extra tools like a stainless steel drop-point survival knife and a folding saw measuring 10-inches. Both these secondary tools can be taken out via the pop-out lid at the handle’s base. The slide-out magazine (like a secret compartment) in this section can be used to store other random items that you tend to keep and forget at times. For some reason, the spade housed in the swiveling head of the multitool is gone, and the only logical explanation is weight reduction and maintaining the compact aesthetics of the FoldaXe Pro.

The multitool crafted from aircraft hard-anodized aluminum and 420J2 stainless steel is not like other gimmicky EDCs that look good on paper but in real-life usage, they don’t fare that well. Safety is also paramount for Combar as the collapsible axe stays snug in place when folded thus making this $349 multitool a very useful accessory for survival in any given scenario.

Designer: Aclim8

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Snowflake-shaped multitool packs 14 tools in its design, making it the best EDC to gift this Christmas!

With just about a week till Christmas Eve, chances are you’ve done most of your shopping and planning… except for that one person who’s notoriously difficult to shop for. Whether it’s someone you were assigned at Secret Santa or just someone in your family whose personality doesn’t seem to expand beyond DIY, Beer, and Snowboarding, this little winter-themed multitool makes the best gift in the $25 price range.

The HexFlex multitool fits 14 incredibly useful tools into its small frame and comes with a keyring attachment so you’ve always got it on you. Made from stainless steel (although their website also offers a titanium variant too), this incredibly season-appropriate multitool comes with two Phillips screwdrivers, a flathead screwdriver, three hex drivers, a box-cutter, a bottle opener, and six different wrenches cleverly integrated into its snowflake-shaped design.

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Originally designed to be a snowboard tool (hence the snowflake theme), the HexFlex actually lends itself to a lot of regular daily use too. It fastens right to your keychain, allowing you to carry it around wherever you go, and gives you the power to open stuff from bottles to boxes and tighten or loosen screws, and bolts. Now that’s quite chill, isn’t it?!

Designer: HexFlex

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Top 10 EDC Designs of 2021

They say that big things come in small packages, and that certainly stands true for EDCs! EDCs may seem small in size, but they are mighty in their functionality and use! These smart little tools can come in handy anytime anywhere, helping you out of the trickiest situations, and sometimes even quite possibly saving lives! You could be carrying an EDC for days with no real use until, in a time of need, it’ll magically come to your rescue, proving its true value. These little superheroes can make a world of difference while completing tasks. And, we’ve curated the best EDC designs we’ve seen in a while! From a wearable multitool EDC shaped like a ring to a tiny titanium EDC multitool that will replace your entire toolkit– these innovative product designs promise to have your back no matter what!

1. The Tool Ring

Meet the Tool Ring, a finger-worn EDC that can do everything from open bottles and boxes to tighten screws, and even sign documents while you’re at it. The uniquely shaped ring comes with space to dock various hex-shape bits, making it possibly the smallest toolkit in the world. The Tool Ring is exactly the kind of product you get from someone like Vanik Piliguian, an Industrial Designer born in a family of jewelers. Made from titanium the ring acts as a holder for the Tool Ring’s ecosystem of hex-bits, which include a Philips-head screwdriver, a ballpoint pen, a box-cutter, and a flashlight. Independently, the ring sits comfortably on your finger and even has a unique appearance that is also capable of being used as a mini pry tool for opening lids.

2. The Pichi X2

About the same size as a french fry, the PICHI X2 may be the most versatile piece of EDC just yet. Crafted entirely from titanium, it works as a multi-size wrench, a scalpel/knife, a crowbar, and even a high-torque holder for any hex bits you’ve got. Designed to replace your entire arsenal of wrenches and screwdrivers, the PICHI X2 is about as brilliantly versatile as it is ridiculously tiny… and in between tasks, its integrated bottle opener lets you stay cool while on the job.

3. The Survival Belt 2.0

The Survival Belt 2.0 sports a buckle made from glass-filled nylon, which gives it its rugged durability while ensuring the buckle still remains pretty light. Within the buckle sits a fold-out knife forged from AUS-8 Stainless Steel with a Titanium Nitride coating for extra toughness. The knife, albeit pretty small (considering it fits in a belt buckle), sports a drop-point blade that proves to be incredibly handy for its size, working exceptionally well at piercing, cutting, and whittling. When not in use, it folds right into the buckle, concealing the blade edge for safety purposes, while conveniently revealing the bottle opener built into the opposite side of the blade.

4. The Redstone

The first thing that hits you with the Redstone is its color-way. Titled ‘Coral + Turquoise’, it looks immediately like a Nintendo Switch accessory, and that association gives the outdoor knife its friendly, approachable, lovable nature. Pop open the fold-out blade, however, and you’ve got a deceptively sharp, extremely capable drop-point knife with a serrated end that’s versatile enough to pierce, slice, score, whittle, and even chop tough objects like twigs and paracord. The knife, measuring a neat 6.2″ when open, is perfectly handy for any task you throw at it, and when closed, fits right back into your pocket, securing to the fabric with its pocket clip.

5. The Ti-Ultra êkö SporKit

The Ti-Ultra êkö SporKit comes with a two-part design, enclosed within an easy-carry fabric sleeve. The two parts, i.e., the spork and the handle, snap together to create cutlery that’s easy to grip, and at 150mm long, that’s long enough for stirring, serving, and eating too. As an added bonus, the SporKit can even be used without its snap-on handle, making it even more portable. Just the spork element itself measures 104mm and comes with a channel that’s sufficiently long enough to grip onto (it’s sort of like sketching with a small pencil), and a negative cavity on the channel lets you even slide a carabiner clip-in, allowing you to carry your SporKit independently, suspended to the belt loop on your pants, or your backpack while traveling.

6. The GPCA X Clip PRO

Designed as a heavy-duty carabiner-leash, the GPCA X Clip PRO is, well, for heavy-duty dogs. It comes with a CNC-machined 360clip that easily clips onto any dog collar or harness, offering a better user experience than traditional clasps, which are fiddly and fragile at best. The 360clip is thicker and comes machined out of solid stainless steel. It clips onto any D-ring with absolute ease, and a diamond-knurled grip makes it easy to maneuver for humans, allowing you to slip it on or off with ease. The 360clip even supports a special no-pull leash looping formation, formulated via the GPCA team.

7. The Donut Cutter

With plastic water bottles being some of the biggest contributors to PET plastic waste in landfills, industrial design studio BKID Co. constructed an EDC Donut Cutter that carves right through the bottle cap, neck ring, and plastic label to streamline the recycling process and prevent hard plastics from harming wild and aquatic life. We’ve all seen the tragic photographs of turtles stuck in plastic yokes and birds choking on bottle caps. While PET plastics are certainly the most common form of thermoplastic polymer resin today, they’re also the most damaging to the planet.

8. Ropler

Meet Ropler, a ruler designed to measure distance in 3D space while having the customary function of a ruler and a tape measure. The idea of the tool is pretty simple, yet very intuitive for practical usage. You can measure the circumference of a camera lens or take measurements of a complex vase with accuracy. The pointer on the Ropler moves as you pull out the rope, and the amount of rope pulled is pointed out by the number on the scale. To shorten the extra length of rope pulled, simply push the pointer back to the required point.

9. The Emerson Waves

On Karambit.com, the standout Emerson Wave knives come shining with a curved blade for clean slashing through dense material. Finished in Black Idroglider and made from stainless steel, the Emerson Wave karambit blade is constructed for the long haul. While Emerson Wave knife deployment offers convenience and efficiency, it also promotes user safety, ensuring that while the karambit is inside the pocket, the knife will not dislodge. Built using some of the strongest stainless steel available, many of the Emerson Wave deployment tools are constructed in Italy from NC690Co Stainless Steel. The Emerson Wave karambit collection also features knives that come fitted with safety finger rings and ergonomic handles for intuitive operation.

10. The KeySmart Max smart key organizer

A 14 key organizer EDC that doubles as a Tile tracker for gadgets and accessories. It also functions as a flashlight – making it an essential tool to have in your pocket. Meet the KeySmart Max smart key organizer that brings to the EDC world a distinct USP with its sleek design and features hand-picked for those precarious times. Designed by STEL Design the EDC is at core a key organizer that performs double duty as an accessory to locate your lost gadgets or important things. The multitool is loaded with Tile Smart Technology to track the location of gadgets, you have a knack of losing every now and then. For example key fobs, wallet, phone, or anything else that matters the most.

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This tiny titanium EDC multitool will practically replace your entire toolkit




About the same size as a french fry, the PICHI X2 may be the most versatile piece of EDC just yet. Crafted entirely from titanium, it works as a multi-size wrench, a scalpel/knife, a crowbar, and even a high-torque holder for any hex bits you’ve got. Designed to replace your entire arsenal of wrenches and screwdrivers, the PICHI X2 is about as brilliantly versatile as it is ridiculously tiny… and in between tasks, its integrated bottle opener lets you stay cool while on the job.

Designer: PICHI DESIGN

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The beauty of something like the PICHI X2 is that it isn’t strictly an outdoor tool or a bicycle tool. It doesn’t bind itself to a particular category or nature of usage, but instead, tries to fit as much as it can within its small form factor, making it pretty much universally useful. Sure, the multitool EDC can tighten and open nuts and bolts as well as work as a hex-bit holder to work with screws too, letting you use it around the house, on your car/bike, for plumbing, or just about anywhere… but the PICHI X2’s blade also works as a nifty knife, a box-cutter, as well as a stationery sharpener, while the crowbar lends itself to a variety of use-cases, from popping open jars to prying lids off paint-cans, to even taking off staples!

The PICHI X2’s ridiculously tiny size is possible thanks, in part to good design and engineering, but also to the fact that the EDC multitool is made entirely from Grade 5 Titanium. The entire contraption weighs a mere 44 grams and is slim enough to slide right into pockets, although it comes with a carabiner clip and a leather holster to class things up. Its design features a multi-size wrench on one end, and a foldable blade holder on the other, which accommodates your standard replaceable No. 11 surgical blades. The blade swivels open with a satisfying click, thanks to the ceramic bead locking system, and closes shut when you’re done, concealing the edge to ensure the PICHI X2 can safely sit in your pocket. The PICHI X2 also features a magnetized screwdriver slot that fits 1/4-inch hex bits (working comfortably with any existing bits you may own), and the angled crowbar and bottle opener really speak for themselves!

Each PICHI X2 sports a stone-washed finish that one could argue is a modern classic when it comes to everyday carries. The multitool is entirely scratch-resistant, corrosion-resistant, and practically impervious to damage. While it doesn’t come with a warranty or guarantee, the PICHI X2 should easily outlive your entire steel toolkit, lasting on an average 350% longer than traditional tools. The tiny, versatile, lightweight EDC multitool ships for $78, and for an extra $20, you can even grab the leather holster and carabiner clip, allowing you to proudly carry your PICHI X2 everywhere you go.

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The Survival Belt 2.0 comes with a multitool-equipped buckle, making it an essential EDC must-have




Great for carrying everywhere you go… except probably an airport.

The big problem with EDC is often that either you forget to carry it with you, or you end up not having enough pocket space to carry it with you – the Survival Belt 2.0 by SlideBelts solves that. Designed to give you access to essential multitools by strapping them around your waist, the Survival Belt 2.0 is a pretty nifty belt buckle that comes with its own folding knife, bottle opener, flint firestarter, and LED torch. The buckle fits on practically any belt (although SlideBelts has a pretty remarkable one of their own), turning a fashion accessory into your everyday EDC, so all your tools are eternally attached to your waist, like a modern-day Batman’s utility belt.

Designer: SlideBelts

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The Survival Belt started as a successful Kickstarter campaign, blossoming into an EDC multitool gadget that’s now in its second iteration. In its version 2.0, the belt comes with a ratchet mechanism that lets you secure it tightly around your waist, while the buckle holds four of the most essential tools you’ll ever need outdoors. “Carry Less. Adventure More”, as its creators say.

The Survival Belt 2.0 sports a buckle made from glass-filled nylon, which gives it its rugged durability while ensuring the buckle still remains pretty light. Within the buckle sits a fold-out knife forged from AUS-8 Stainless Steel with a Titanium Nitride coating for extra toughness. The knife, albeit pretty small (considering it fits in a belt buckle), sports a drop-point blade that proves to be incredibly handy for its size, working exceptionally well at piercing, cutting, and whittling. When not in use, it folds right into the buckle, concealing the blade edge for safety purposes, while conveniently revealing the bottle opener built into the opposite side of the blade.

The multitool EDC buckle also comes with a handy flint docked within it, allowing you to start fires outdoors by running the knife’s blade along the flint’s cylindrical design. The firestarter works in all weather conditions (including rain or snow) thanks to the use of ferrocerium, which functions even when wet. On the reverse end of the flint sits a tiny, but powerful LED torch that runs on 4 LR621 batteries and emits just about enough brightness to get you around in the pitch dark.

Designed to give you convenience in a compact avatar, the Survival Belt 2.0 makes carrying EDC an absolute breeze. The tools remain strapped to your waist, not only making them easy to access, but also ensuring that you never really have to worry about how or where you’re going to carry them. The Survival Belt 2.0 comes with a one-size-fits-all design, and will accommodate up to a 48″ waist. The strap is 1.5″ wide, and the buckle measures 1.96″ x 3.75″. The belts come in 4 colors, and you’ve got the option of getting either a plain buckle, or one with a personalized engraved design. Each Survival Belt 2.0 ships with a 1-year warranty, and is available on the site for $150.

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This emergency flashlight doubles as a desk lamp and has built-in sensors to indicate the safest evacuation routes!

Strix is an emergency flashlight that uses integrated sensors to provide building occupants with the safest and most efficient evacuation route during emergency situations.

Emergency situations have a way of testing our fight or flight responses. But then, some of us freeze. No matter the disaster, evacuations require quick thinking that panic tends to stifle and it’s no secret that emergencies bring out the panic.

High-rise offices and public buildings are especially vulnerable to emergency situations, requiring mass evacuations in the worst cases. Providing a means for building occupants to evacuate safely, Hanyoung Lee designed Strix, a desk lamp that transforms into an emergency flashlight that reveals the most efficient evacuation routes during disaster situations.

Given a modular build, the original form of Strix is a nondescript desk lamp with an attached light diffuser that offers a moody counterpart to Strix’s primary function.

Once disaster hits and an evacuation is required, Strix transforms into an emergency flashlight that reveals the quickest, safest way out of the building. Guiding users to safety, Lee linked Strix with the building’s programmed evacuation route systems that come alight via LED light indicators.

As opposed to following LED light strips, similar to those found in airplane aisles, Strix is handheld and portable, allowing users to bring it anywhere. While light strips are helpful in their own light, the portability feature of Strix might come in handy in the case that various evacuation routes are blocked.

During these situations, Strix adjusts the evacuation route the same way your GPS might when you take a wrong turn.

Describing the programmed evacuation light indicator, Lee notes, “The Strix sensor operates based on the beacon system to provide the user with the optimal evacuation route. It consists of a sensor that functions as a real-time location tracking [device,] as well as a sensor that shows an induction road on the floor.”

Designer: Hanyoung Lee

When there’s no emergency, Strix functions as a casual desk lamp with an attached light diffuser. 

The internal workings of Strix link up with each building’s programmed evacuation route systems. 

A charging station allows users to keep Strix full of battery for when disaster hits. 

Available in an array of different colors, Strix can match the tone of your office for use as a desk lamp. 

The light diffuser readily detaches from the flashlight for use during emergencies. 

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The James Brand Redstone is a classically versatile outdoor EDC that everyone should own

With its candy-like aesthetic, the James Brand Redstone outdoor knife doesn’t try to look like something it isn’t. The knife is, just at face value, a compact little number designed to be carried everywhere and cherished all the time. Showcasing an aesthetic that eyes can never get tired of and boasting of functionality that’s unapologetically top-notch, the Redstone is a delightful piece of EDC designed for all sorts of adventures.

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The first thing that hits you with the Redstone is its color-way. Titled ‘Coral + Turquoise’, it looks immediately like a Nintendo Switch accessory, and that association gives the outdoor knife its friendly, approachable, lovable nature. Pop open the fold-out blade, however, and you’ve got a deceptively sharp, extremely capable drop-point knife with a serrated end that’s versatile enough to pierce, slice, score, whittle, and even chop tough objects like twigs and paracord. The knife, measuring a neat 6.2″ when open, is perfectly handy for any task you throw at it, and when closed, fits right back into your pocket, securing to the fabric with its pocket clip.

The inspiration for the Redstone comes from a tale of versatility too. The Redstone was co-designed with professional rock climber and photographer Savannah Cummins, who provided the James Brand team with a pivotal insight when she told them about the three objects that are always there at the top of her backpack: a Bic lighter, some lip-balm, and a small pocket knife. The idea of designing a knife that was useful enough to justify being a top-three accessory helped mold and shape the Redstone. “The thing about a pocket knife is that you never know when you are going to need it, but when you need it – you really need it. No other tool will do the job”, the James Brand team rightfully highlighted. “That was the mission of the Redstone.”

The knife’s relatively uncomplicated aesthetic gives it a classic appeal while also allowing it to be relatively lightweight. It sports an ambidextrous design that’s still great to hold and easy to maneuver and comes with a black oxide coated stainless steel handle covered with the colored polypropylene scales, for overall durability. Within the knife’s hollow blade sits its Sandvik 12C27 steel handle that opens out and satisfyingly clicks to lock in place. The slide-unlocking mechanism is ambidextrous too, which makes it easy for using in any hand, and although the Redstone comes with a pocket clip, it also sports a hole for a lanyard or paracord that lets you string the EDC outdoor knife to yourself or a backpack.

The versatile Redstone comes in 4 color variants – the Coral + Turquoise (pictured here) variant as well as a Glacial Blue variant for people who want their EDC to also be objects of visual delight. And also an All-Black variant and an OD Green + Black variant to satisfy the EDC traditionalists who appreciate the classic color schemes. The Redstone is available on the James Brand site for $89, and if you’re in the market for a knife that’s small enough to make itself invisible, yet useful enough to make itself indispensable, this one might just be perfect for you.

Designer: The James Brand (in collaboration with Savannah Cummins)

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