Tag Archives: pocket knives

  • Fidget Spinner Pocket Knife by Meteorite

    Fidget Spinner Pocket Knife by Meteorite

    The folks at Meteorite know a good trend when they see one – and so, we now have the inevitable Fidget Spinner Pocket Knife, and at least this version of the idea seems to have some basic safety features built in – no, it does not spin when the blade is unlocked, so you can […]

  • SOG Baton Pen-Shaped Multitools

    SOG Baton Pen-Shaped Multitools

    New from SOG is a line of four different pen-shaped multitools, each one designed for a specific range of associated purposes (and only one of which can actually be used as a pen). It’s the SOG Baton, and here’s how the four multitools shake out: Baton Q1 (pictured above): Ballpoint pen, bottle opener, flat screwdrivers, […]

  • GS1 From JHO Knives: At Last, Your Arm is Complete Again

    GS1 From JHO Knives: At Last, Your Arm is Complete Again

    JHO Knives have, if you’ll pardon the phrase, carved out quite a niche for themselves as a maker of clever and novel pieces of cutlery, like the finger-sized Nug recently featured on this very site. Their latest joint takes its design cues from the classic straight razor: the GS1. The “GS” in GS1 stands for […]

  • TriTac EDC Pen: “It’s a Pen, It’s a Punch, It’s a Knife”

    TriTac EDC Pen: “It’s a Pen, It’s a Punch, It’s a Knife”

    Another entrant in the EDC pen wars has made its way into the fray. This one might not dazzle you with the quantity of its multiple functions, but it does provide three heavy-duty ones within its own sleek, lightweight frame. It’s the TriTac EDC Pen. The TriTac EDC Pen isn’t just useful for signing documents […]

  • Grovemade Pocket Knife

    Grovemade Pocket Knife

    Hey, want to see a pocket knife? It’s made in the USA but inspired by the Japanese higonokami tradition, it has an Elmax steel blade that’s sharpened by hand, and its wood handle (in your choice of either maple or walnut) has been sanded and given a vegetable oil finish, also by hand. It’s the […]

  • Swiza Redesigns the Swiss Army Knife

    Swiza Redesigns the Swiss Army Knife

    The Swiss Army knife is one of the most iconic designs of the 20th century (having actually been designed a little before then in the late 1800s), and seemingly impervious to redesign. But the people at Swiza, nominally a timepiece brand, have taken a crack at it anyway, with surprisingly pleasing results. Swiza’s redesigned Swiss […]