submitted by Oli

iPhone 4, Tag Heuer F1, Opinel, Simple black wallet.

Never used to use a knife daily, but since seeing this site I’ve realised how handy it is!

Editor’s Note: Thanks for the submission, I’m glad you find your knife to be working out with you. Good choice going with the Opinel for an EDC, it’s simple, inexpensive and non-threatening to most. It’s refreshing to hear you’ve found carrying a knife useful after seeing the site… unfortunately, many of the comments I receive are from naysayers who question or doubt without keeping an open mind and trying to EDC themselves. Anyway, I hope you carry it well and in good health. Thanks for sharing!

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Kershaw Pico

Sometimes you take one look at a knife and just know it would be perfect for EDC. The Kershaw Pico is one of those knives. Designed by knifemaker Les George, the Pico is sized right, uses good materials, and fits both your carry and your budget.

Its 2.9” drop point blade fits most tasks, and its compact length lends itself to everyday carry (not to mention most legal length restrictions). Made from hardy 8Cr13MoV steel, the blade comes with a double finish — satin on the flat edges, and stonewashed on the grind. Pair that with the polished, oversized pivot and the Pico brings a cool gray aesthetic to any EDC.

Like many Kershaw knives, the Pico has a SpeedSafe-assisted flipper action to spring out the blade from its bead-blasted steel handles. An integrated frame lock keeps its blade secure, and a reversible, deep-carry pocket clip lets you carry the Pico your way. Add this solid slicer to your carry by clicking on the link below.

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