The titanium QSP Penguin is a step above its predecessor, maintaining its superiors EDC knife status while enhancing the main bulk of the knife. Titanium is the element created for knives: it's super strong, super light, and can be anodized to change its color. Just stick a blade between two slabs of the stuff, and you've got a solid knife. But QSP is about quality, and they take that blade-sticking process seriously, machining a perfect fit, and refining the pivot action to create something that will stand the test of time and hard use. Here's a pocket knife that's affordable, yet promises to perform like a champion as long as you need it to.
The QSP Penguin is available in tons of different handle materials, blade materials, blade finishes, and colors. Which one is your favorite?