Everyday Carry

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Spyderco Dice Review

Spyderco releases several knives per year in lots of different shapes, sizes and styles. Only recently have they produced knives with a "flipper" opening mechanism. While Spyderco's larger flipper knives are still EDC-friendly, none of them are as well-suited to daily carry as the Dice. Premium materials, an integrated liner lock, carbon fiber scales, and most notably, a convenient flipper blade opening mechanism are just a few of the features seen in the Dice. I’ve been carrying the Dice exclusively for two months now, read on to see how this EDC friendly blade held up.

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Screwpop Utility Knife

Screwpop has minimized the bulky boxcutter, replacing it with a compact tool worthy of your keychain. The Screwpop takes a standard utility knife blade and houses it in a thin, durable housing with a unique method of extending the cutting edge. The lock lever pivots at the keychain attachment ring and locks into one of the 4 notches in the utility blade. Selecting a different notch allows for a deeper or shallower depth of cut. The body is TSA-approved, meaning you can carry it anywhere  and easily find replacement blades wherever you go. Take advantage of this affordable, portable blade and give your keys a break when opening boxes and packaging.

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