Everyday Carry

Spyderco ClipiTool Standard

Jonathan Tayag
Spyderco ClipiTool Standard

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Most EDC multi-tools include a blade or two, but they often feel like an afterthought in use. The assumption is that you're going to use the other functions more than the knife. This just doesn't cut it if you rely on a full-size knife to get things done on a regular basis. Plus, having to carry a dedicated multi-tool along with a knife can clutter your carry and weigh down your pockets. But with the new Spyderco ClipiTool Standard folder tool, Spyderco pairs their renowned blade technology with the convenience and utility of having a multi-tool on hand.

Although the ClipiTool could be considered a multi-tool, the blade on it is no joke. It's a full-size 3.5” 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade in a useful leaf shape with a razor sharp full-flat grind. A liner lock keeps this knife in place, giving you the confidence to tackle large tasks with it. It's a big knife that's ready for big tasks, but the other tools involved make the ClipiTool Standard shine. It features a bottle and can opener, two hollow-ground screwdrivers, and a wire stripper. All of these tools swing out easily with Spyderco's hallmark large thumbhole design. They also feature stops at 90 degrees so you can leverage the handle when manipulating screws. And it helps that the handle is covered in super-grippy G10 scaling for added control, even when wet.

With the ClipiTool Standard, you have both a multi-tool with a real blade and a knife that can do more than cut. It's a great way to consolidate your carry while having the essentials on hand when the situation demands. Check it out at the link below.

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James Draknareth Lambert ·
Great idea with poor execution. Very reminiscent of CRKT designs, great ideas ruined with 8cr13MoV
Josh ·
yeah. I'm not a steel snob or anything, but for a spyderco, I think they should have gone with VG-10 or BD-1 8cr.
Josh ·
supposed to say not 8cr.
TKsovereign ·
You had me at Spyderco and lost me at 8cr something something. I’ll stick with my SAK. My only 2 Kershaws (8cr) that I do like (Cryo I and II) are backups to better blades. Good concept...
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