Quark Tool Keychain Utility Knife

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Gear

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For those daily occurrences when you know a utility knife would come in handy but you show up empty handed there’s the Quark Tool – a minimal keychain utility knife that weighs practically nothing and easily attaches to a keyring. Not a bad option for those looking to lighten the load for a change.

Each Quark Tool is made from a single piece of precision cut 420 stainless steel and is about the same weight and thickness as a standard car key. Needless to say, this is everyday carry at its finest. The tool also boasts a locking blade that stays open when needed and shut for protection while the unassuming design of the tool hides the utility knife in plain sight. Perfect for those small tasks such as cutting cardboard, trimming loose threads, stripping wire or opening a blister pack. Small, sleek, and utilitarian in nature, the Quark Tool is a welcome addition to any everyday carry arsenal. Available now.

Purchase: $18+

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