Pocket Samurai Titanium Keychain Knife

Nov 30, 2017

Category: Gear

The Samurai were the warrior class of ancient Japan, known best for both their prowess on the battlefield and for their superb weaponry – namely, swords. Every Samurai worth their mettle carried a katana with them everywhere they went. While it’s no longer practical to wear a long blade on your hip, you can still imbue your everyday carry with a bit of this warrior flair, thanks to StatGear’s Pocket Samurai Titanium Keychain Knife.

Measuring up at just 4.73″ when opened and only 2.66″ when closed, this is probably the most discreet Samurai sword ever created. And it weighs less than an ounce. Despite its small stature and keychain-friendliness, however, it’s still a formidable folding tanto blade – having been crafted from 440C stainless steel with a grade 5 titanium handle. It even has a liner lock to keep the blade securely in the open position when in use. So, whether you need a small-form daily blade for on-the-go cutting tasks or you still adhere to the code of the Bushido, you should keep this $40 mini katana by your side.

Purchase: $40

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