Contact-free tool is cool. It prevents us from touching potentially germs and viruses covered objects like the door handles. But most – if not all – contact-free tools are only half as good. How so? These unseen enemies can get onto the contact-free tool which we may end up touching and that’s isn’t good, is […]
Ever since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, there have been a slew of personal hygiene products that minimize our contact with publicly-touched objects like ATM, doors and whatnot.
Gerber, the name for multi-tools and some say knives, have a program known as Gerber Reserve. Gerber Reserve is something to be excited about for multi-tool and knife collectors.
A regular person has a regular ruler. A handy person, on the other hand, will have the MultiRuler Multitool Ruler. MultiRuler is a multi-tool AND a ruler. Obviously, multi-tool with ruler is not new. However, I assure you that you probably won’t think those as “rulers” after you have seen the MultiRule.
If you are a knife enthusiast, you are going to love the JHO x CK2 Knife. JHO Knives have taken the Olfa CK-2 knife and gave it some aesthetic and functional mods. So, yeah. It was a box cutter, or as some would called it, a penknife, but now, it is a super dope knife.
When it comes to functional everyday carry with the looks to boot, you can never go wrong with Gerber. The new Gerber Prybrid Utility further serves to strengthen our believe. Best of all, it is not just an EDC knife. It is a multi-tool. Something not quite common in the world of retractable knife.
Can pocket knives ever be ‘high-tech’? Probably not. Hell, they don’t ever look high-tech anyways. But that’s until now. Everyone, meet the Inertix Cyberpunk Pocket Exoblade Knife. A decidedly high-tech looking piece of EDC that any futurist, knife collector will not want to miss.
The mention of multi-tool, the image of a rectangular piece of metal with some kind of scale, saw edge and whatnot, popped into mind. But the MultiKey Key Shaped Multi-tool is not that.
1119 KA-BAR Wrench Knife is not actually a wrench that is partially formed into a knife, though there is at least one person doing that already. But that does not make it any less appealing. In fact, I think it is strangely appealing.
Everyone can own knives, but not everyone cares or have the eye for style. If you are a user/collector who demand style, then you may want to check out The Aleman Pocket Knife by Canada’s Origin Handcrafted Goods.