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Q 2.0 Titanium Knife + Key Organizer

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Aug 15, 2017

Category: Gear

One of the major tenets of everyday carry is that one should be ready for a wide array of contingencies armed only with the smallest set of necessary gear. So, it can be greatly beneficial to try and consolidate as many tools as possible to lighten your load without sacrificing function. And one of the best ways to do that is with something like Quiet Carry’s Q 2.0 titanium knife and key organizer.

This tiny titan, which comes in your choice of either a bead blasted or brushed finish, is crafted from super sturdy grade-5 6AL4V titanium – making it tough enough to take on any adventure, but light enough so as to not weigh you down. It can also hold between 1-4 keys (or up to 8 with optional extenders) within it, as well as a key fob on a removable metal loop. But the real highlight of this little tool is that each one comes equipped with a 2.3″ AUS 8 steel blade mated to a reliable back lock to help you with any cutting tasks you might come across in your day-to-day. Even better, the blade has a bottle opener cutout – so, even if you don’t need to slice anything, you can still crack open a beer or two with this handy tool. The Q 2.0 retails for $68.

Purchase: $68

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