Looking for an ultra-compact knife to add to your EDC collection? Give the Striga by Polish designer Maciej Modrzejewski a look.
I’m going to write this as if you actually planned to use the knife, although I suspect many will simply stash it away in their display box.
When unfolded, the knife is less than 5 inches long, with a 1.77-inch cleaver-shaped blade that will be an amazing tool for use on the job site or in the warehouse. The knife handles like a box cutter, but with a sturdier, more flexible M390 stainless steel blade that can handle the rigors of carpentry, electrical work, and plumbing. Plus, the stonewash finish adds natural resistant to rust, and the titanium handle will shrug off the wear and tear of your daily work.
It’s small enough to slide into any pouch or pocket, and always close at hand whenever you need a razor-sharp, unbreakable cutting edge.
While at Maciej’s site, have a glance at the HexBar, a spectacular looking prybar and bottle opener. This guy has skills.