Glow Rhino Reactor Knife

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To set yourself apart from the pack, you do what you do best. And what Glow Rhino does best is give your favorite pieces of gear a flash of flair by way of Tritium inserts. They’re self-illuminating isotope capsules that glows as it decays, and they’re found on some of the most premium EDC gear out there. So when Glow Rhino builds their own premium knife with the Reactor, illumination is an essential part of the equation.

The Reactor comes in with a classic drop point shape blade made from premium S35VN stainless steel. This popular utility shape helps it be proficient at cutting, slicing, and piercing for any task that might arise during your day. The blade itself measures in at 2.9“, which is just the right size for most tasks while staying under the 3” legal limit in most locales.

When you take a look at its handles, the double XL Tritium inserts are not the only things that stand out. The handles themselves are built from titanium, putting the Reactor squarely in premium knife territory. This choice of metal gives the Reactor top of the line durability while keeping things light, while also adding in the exotic collectability of the popular metal. Once you deploy the blade via it’s flipper opening, a sturdy frame lock keeps things secure while the knife is in use.

As far as everyday carry goes, you get two options: the first is a double-bolted deep-carry pocket clip, and the second is a lanyard hole in case you prefer to carry it inside a bag or pouch and need a quick way to retrieve it. As an added feature, built into the lanyard slot is an actual pry-bar tool, adding even more utility to an already feature-packed knife.

The Reactor is available in raw titanium look or a stealthier version coated with black PVD. Either way, you get top of the line performance and a glow from the inside that can’t be beat. Pick it up in your choice of finish at the link below.

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