The Small Sebenza

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If Steve Jobs made a knife, this would be it.¬†Many consider it the best EDC knife in the word… and dammit, I want one so that I can see for myself.

Gerber Steady

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With all of the multi-tools on the market, it’s pretty incredible that not a one includes something for camera dorks. Gerber will be changing that in 2012 with the Steady. Essentially, the Gerber Steady is your basic multi-tool with one exception – two legs hinge out to form a mini tripod. Word on the street is that this little jewel will release in 2012 at a $65 price point. Let’s hope the rest of the package is just as well thought out as the use…

Gerber Mini Covert Auto

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This is a relatively new release from Gerber that I just heard about today. It’s a mini auto for around $100. You can’t beat that with a stick… The blade is a hair under 3-inches and when closed the whole shit-and-kabang is under 4.

Details here.

TAjiKA

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A friend of mine in Japan sent these over thinking I would be interested. Essentially, it’s a pair of scissors handcrafted in Japan by a group of folks that have been doing it for generations. There is something beautiful about their simplicity.

Check out the details on their site.

The Money Clip Knife

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This one has been making the rounds today… It’s a folder that doubles as a money clip and is made of carbon fiber and titanium. I typically don’t go for this kind of a mashup, but I have to admit – this little creation is gorgeous.

Details here.

The Gerber Fit

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Gerber hasn’t brought out a new multi-tool in a while. Judging their latest, the Fit, I would guess that they’ve been busy in the R&D department. The fit is a small smooth package with modern flair that includes: Tweezers, Bottle Opener, Micro Cross Driver, Micro Flat Head Driver, Scissors, 25 Lumen L.E.D. Flashlight, Fine Edge & Serrated Blade, and interchangeable large phillips and flat head screw drivers.

You can check out the details here.

CardSharp

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This is sort of brilliant. It’s a knife that folds into a credit card sized packaged. A decent solution for the fella that wants to carry a knife but doesn’t want to deal with the bulk in their pockets. I’m sure it’s not as rugged as many traditional choices, but it’s a smart design and affordable enough. $23.