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Kershaw Cinder Keychain Knife

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Feb 9, 2016

Category: Gear

If AntMan was into everyday carry, he’d have Kershaw’s Cinder keychain knife on him at all times. Designed by Rick Hinderer, a pro at making well performing knives, this thing manages to be both crazy small (it weights just under an ounce) and extremely capable.

Equipped with a keychain loop and all, the blade is made out of 3Cr13 steel with a nice looking stonewashed finish that helps hide scratches and scuffs. Despite only being 4 inches long while opened (with a 1.4-inch blade), the knifes upswept tip makes it so you have enough clearance and leverage on the blade to really use it. With a handle made out of glass filled nylon and given a faux G-10 textured grip, you can keep total control while using this tool. The folding blade opens manually with a thumbstud, and has a liner lock when you’re looking to put it away for the day. You can add this one to the utility belt for only $11. [Purchase]

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