Microtech Jedi Master Auto Knife

Dec 19, 2017

Category: Gear

Of all the sci-fi tech in the Star Wars films, the lightsaber is undeniably one of the coolest and most desirable. But, nobody has quite figured out how to create one just yet. But you can still get a measure of the same satisfaction in your EDC gear, thanks to the Microtech 232-1JM Jedi Master auto knife.

This thumb slide-deployed USA-made switchblade is actually based on the brand’s lauded UTX-85 Auto OTF knife. In fact, it boasts much of the same features, including an ambidextrous pocket clip, pocket-friendly sizing, a mil-spec hard anodized aluminum handle, and a stainless steel blade. You’ll notice, however, with its bright green blade finish and dark gray handle, that it resembles the very weapon Luke Skywalker used in Return of the Jedi – making this limited edition version all the more drool-worthy. They’re in short supply, however, so you’ll have to act quick if you want to get one. Pricing is set at $270.

Purchase: $270

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