The term EDC, or every day carry, is what this Chad Los Banos design captures. It's a compact size of just over 2-1/4" when closed and the Keycom can be conveniently carried on the key ring, and offers the ergonomics and functionality Chad is known for. Slim fiberglass reinforced nylon handle with frame lock back and pocket clip for tip-down carry. Includes key ring.
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This very tiny knife has been on my keys for years and been through everything and just keeps going. I recommend for a straight locking blade on your keys. I love this so much I paid the ridiculous amount of money to mail it to myself when I accidentally had it in my bag going through airport security. Do not buy if you don't like tiny blades.
If you’re looking for a tactical knife shrunk down to Ant Man size, this is it. It’s somewhat amazing that you can get this kind of fit and finish this small for this little cash. Arrived absurdly sharp (see more in a second). The issue for me is the opener. You can’t really use it one-handed — I did a few times and then managed to slice my thumb open pretty well because the point is so amazingly sharp. It’s just too tight to really work. But the thumb stud is hard to open with a fingernail, so a nail nick would have made more sense. It wouldn’t have fit the theme, but it’s the one downside in an otherwise incredible piece.