Vero Engineering’s Sleek Slipjoint Knife Is Your New Favorite EDC Staple

If you aren’t familiar with Vero Engineering, then boy are you missing out. The Florida-based gear company brings an engineering approach along with a contemporary, rugged, and ultra-functional design to make incredible EDC gear. While Vero produces an array of EDC essentials, its knives have made a particular impression on the EDC space due to their versatility, style, and technical builds. Now, the Floridian standout looks to add yet another stellar knife to its stalwart lineup: the Neuron.

At first glance, one can tell the craftsmanship and precision that went into making the Neuron. Named after the brain cell for being the “basic working unit of the brain,” the Neuron slipjoint knife is more than capable of being the keystone of your EDC rotation. This lightweight and compact modern slipjoint serves as a light-duty EDC cutter and is the first non-locking, double detent folding knife from Vero. It features a modern, streamlined design with clean edges and a sleek silhouette, which falls in line with the current trend of modern slipjoints.

Boasting a tough M390 sheepsfoot blade, the Neuron balances form and function masterfully, which is a hallmark trait of the brand. The blade itself measures in at an easy-to-carry 2.75″ with a full length of 6.3″, making it an ideal knife for any EDC rotation. Its solid brass scales add heft to the chassis while also providing a refined patina that will age with time. To tie the whole design together, Vero integrated the Neuron with a lightweight, super-durable titanium frame, skeletonized titanium nested liners, and titanium hardware.

The Neuron comes in four blade finishes: a stonewashed finish, a hand-rubbed satin finish, a blackwash finish, or a belt satin finish. With a retail price of $260, this dapper knife is an incredible value that is sure to elevate any EDC rotation lucky enough to include it. The Neuron is available for purchase on Urban EDC Supply’s website.

Purchase: $260

Photo: Vero Engineering
Photo: Vero Engineering
Photo: Vero Engineering