Bandit Titanium Keychain Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

In an effort to streamline your everyday carry without compromising on utility, Bryce Alexander started the Quiet Carry Company. After having a ton of success with his Mini Q key organizer, Bryce has decided to develop the Bandit, the ultimate titanium keychain knife.

Designed right here in California, this little knife packs a mean punch. It features a grade 5 lightweight titanium body that when folded measures in at about the size of your standard house key. The blade itself is built from hardened AUS-8 stainless steel, and measures 1.2 inches in length. To ensure that the knife is comfortable for everyday carry, it’s been outfitted with round edges to complement the slim design, along with an integrated 4mm loop for added convenience. The knife will retail for $40 when it releases this April.

Purchase: $40

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