Pangea Designs Prylobite EDC Keychain Knife

Jan 25, 2019

Category: Gear

Michael Dickson, the brilliant mind behind Pangea Designs, does not get enough credit for his magnificently-designed everyday carry gear. Case in point: his freshly-unveiled Prylobite EDC keychain knife multi-tool.

Remarkably tiny when closed, the Prylobite measures up at just 3.3 inches and only 3.9 inches when opened. But packed into that tiny form is a whole lot of functionality, courtesy of its G10 handle scales and S35VN high-end steel hardware — which includes a cutting edge, an integrated bottle opener, a pry bar, a flathead driver, a 1/4″ hex wrench, and a suspension pocket clip. It also features a handy lanyard hole for keychain attachment, weighs less than one ounce, and has a design that was perfected over the course of literal years. ‘Tiny but mighty’ incarnate, you can back the Prylobite on Kickstarter now starting at $99.

Kickstarter: $99+

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