Lynx Credit Card Knife by JHO Knives

Sep 8, 2016

Category: Gear

It is hard to come across a knife that is both vicious enough to cut through anything that comes your way while also being inconspicuous enough not to draw attention. Not a whole lot of people have the machining skills nor design sense to turn something like that out. JHO Knives, on the other hand, does. If the Nug Knife wasn’t enough evidence for you, just check out his Lynx Card Knife.

Essentially an assassin’s credit card, this thing is made with some of the most premium blade steel out there, CPM S35VN. Originally developed by Chris Reeves in collaboration with Crucible Industries, the material has been called “the absolute best blade steel” by stalwart makers Buck Knives due to how well it can be sharpened and how long it can hold an edge. The odd shape of this blade is balanced out by the metal holes and jimping running along the top half of the card. Due to the Lynx’s thin size (and the included tear proof, water resistant bitumised paper sheath), it can easily be stashed in your wallet for discreet carry. Prices are set at $90. [Purchase]

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