Although we all wish we could carry around an overside pocket knife everywhere we go, we also understand that there is sometimes a need for a bit more discretion. That being said, we still don’t want to be caught without an everyday carry blade, if we can help it. And the Curtiss Knives ODT Flipper is the perfect pocket folder for just such an occasion.
Created back in 2011, the ODT Flipper is the original dog tag knife (which is what ODT stands for) – called such for its tiny profile and dimensions it shares with the military ID necklaces of the same name. This one, however, is the finalized and fully-developed definitive edition, as stated by the maker himself. Measuring up at just 3 inches in length overall and weighing only 2.2 ounces, this tiny EDC titan features a CTS-XHP steel blade deployed by a S.P.O.T. pivot system, a 6AL4V titanium handle with a frame lock, and comes in a number of different colored anodized finishes. It has no pocket clip, but it fits perfectly into the watch pocket found on most jeans. Starting at $295, this might be the best miniature pocket blade ever made.