Quiet Carry iQ Flipper Knife

Dec 12, 2017

Category: Gear

Inspired by the traditional Japanese Higo knife, standing the test of time compliments of its rugged construction in conjunction with a sleek appearance, Quiet Carry’s all-new everyday carry flipper knife is a handy pocket tool outfitted to tackle any of life’s daily tasks.

Built from both Grade 5 titanium with a carbon fiber inlay, the Quiet Carry iQ Flipper Knife boasts clean lines with the blade completely recessed in the body when folded shut. The iQ also hosts a beautifully milled deep-carry pocket clip, a 2.9-inch Japanese VG10 Stainless Steel blade that’s been vacuum heat treated, a set of caged bearings, and a hardened steel lock bar insert ensuring a lifetime of use. Not just a high-functioning piece, the well-designed iQ certainly won’t disappoint when the time comes for a controllable and effective cutting blade. Available now for pre-order on Kickstarter.

Kickstarter: $125+

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