Any self-respecting EDC enthusiast knows that you can never be too prepared when it comes to the tools that you transport. But let’s face it — while you may want to bring along that second spear point or an extra pair of pry bars, it’s not exactly the most efficient way to equip yourself for the unexpected.
However, with the launch of its latest knife, Terrain 365 shows that you do have room to bring that backup blade. Dubbed the DTK-AT, it’s a mini framelock folder that’s been designed to be about the same size as a U.S. standard issue dog tag. And while it may be small in stature, it’s no less impressive in its specs. For instance, the blade is made from Terrain 365’s Terravantium Dendritic Cobalt, ensuring that even though it’s only 1.190″ in length, it’s incredibly tough, rustproof, and non-magnetic. And when it comes to the rest of the knife, the DTK-AT features precision-milled titanium handles, titanium hardware, and phosphor bronze washers, a combination that allows it to weigh in at just 1.6oz. To put it another way — you’d forget the DTK-AT was even there were it not for its incredible utility. Available now for $179, find this tiny blade on Terrain 365’s website.