Nunchuck Grips Concealed Knife

Feb 14, 2017

Category: Gear

While we like to keep our knives on us at all times, we know that bringing one along can occasionally raise eyebrows (shouts out to the TSA), or put people on edge. Thanks to the Nunchucks Grips Concealed Knife, you can keep a blade close without drawing any attention at all.

This tool essentially turns everyday items into an incognito sheath. Brilliant, but simple, it fits a 2.1 inch stainless steel blade with frame lock in a small plastic tube that serves as an end-cap on umbrella handles, bike handlebars, or even ski polls. Now, no matter where you are or what you are doing, it’s that much easier to bring along a backup knife. So long as you are using Nunchuck Grips, trekking poles, umbrellas, or a 7/8″ bike handlebars, enhancing your EDC with this is a cinch. Prices for the knife and endcap by themselves start at just $25. [Purchase]

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