CRKT Pilar

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If you're looking for an affordable new EDC knife, don't let the newest releases from CRKT slip under your radar. They’ve teamed up with knife designer Jesper Voxnaes to produce durable knives that look way more impressive than their price tag would suggest. As part of their newest collaboration, the Pilar is a compact EDC folder that’s packed with features and design you’d expect in a much more expensive knife.

His minimal, nordic-inspired designs are both functional and tough. Sandwiched between two stainless steel handles is a 2.4” blade made from 8Cr13MoV steel. The small blade is easy to control, and the unique bevels add both strength and visual appeal. Since the knife is on the smaller side, there’s a generous index finger choil between the blade and handles ensure you can get a secure grip. The Pilar’s blade stays in place with an integrated frame lock system that has an interesting engraved pattern where the steel is thinned out.

Carry options include a two-way pocket clip will accommodate most carry preferences, and a lanyard hole. At just under forty bucks, this EDC folder is sure to be up there with the classics. Check it out and pick one up for yourself via the link below.

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I just got this today in the mail and it is a fantastic knife for the money! The Vox design is top notch. Believe the hype.
Nice knife, but at that price probably not USA made. Right?
I really like the handle design and the blade isn't to bad (not a fan of wharncliff styles) but the steel just needs to be better for the workload. I love my Kershaws wih 8C steel but I don't use them in any real workhouse style. D2 or S30 would be better for a few dollars more. Just my opinion hehe...
This does look like a good workhorse of a knife. I'm sure with a little care ti would give anyone years of dependable service.