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CRKT Pryma Multi-tool

Bernard Capulong
CRKT Pryma Multi-tool

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At the end of the day, there are just some tasks your knife wasn't meant to do. There's even a good chance these things come up more often in your day to day than any precise cutting task. You know the type: prying, opening bottles, scraping, and opening boxes. All of that can do a real number on your knife, which is why it's a good idea to carry a tool to handle the rest. The CRKT Pryma is an inconspicuous tool designed by Jesper Voxnaes to be put through whatever your knife shouldn't, equipped with a built-in carabiner for effortless keychain carry.

The star of the show is the multi-purpose pry bar on the business end of the Pryma. Besides prying, it's thick enough for scraping, coming to a sharp yet finger-safe point that's ideal for puncturing packing tape when opening boxes. Towards the middle of the body, you have access to multiple wrenches and a bottle opener. The back end of the Pryma is where its toolset gets interesting. It features a carabiner for easy carry on a belt loop, bag, or keychain, finally coming to an emergency glass breaker. The two wings on the sides of the Pryma act as safety choils when holding it in a hammerfist grip, letting you confidently strike a window in an emergency without risking injury from the impact.

The Pryma does it all in a compact package at just 3.235” long, weighing 0.9oz. It's built from 3Cr13 steel available in a stonewashed black finish. For a day-to-day companion to your EDC knife that'll have your back in an emergency too, pick up the Pryma at the link below.

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Joe G ·
Looks like a copy cat of the Nite Ize Doohickey
Gordon Gaines ·
Just another gimmick.