WESN Titanium Keychain Knife

Nov 10, 2017

Category: Gear

As you likely already know, we are firm believers that everyone should carry around an everyday carry knife with them as often as is reasonable. For some, that reasonability is defined by a lack of pocket space. Luckily, with the WESN titanium keychain knife, the excuse of limited room for a fully-functional blade has been mitigated.

Measuring up at a grand total of 3.75″ when deployed, this is one of the smallest flipper pocket knives on the market. But, thanks to it being built with an AUS8 steel blade and a grade 5 titanium handle, the WESN is still durable and tough enough to tackle the kinds of tasks once reserved for knives twice its size. It also has a key ring hole and a pocket clip for your choice of carry style, a sturdy frame lock to keep the blade deployed while in use, and it weighs just a single ounce. You can pocket this ultimate minimalist EDC blade for just $40 if you back the Kickstarter now.

Kickstarter: $40+

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