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MecArmy E33KS Titanium Folding Knife

Mikey Bautista
MecArmy E33KS Titanium Folding Knife

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The best tool is the one you have on you, but sometimes you have to trade in performance and features to get to that sweet spot of a perfect pocket carry. And then there are manufacturers like MecArmy, who, instead of making compromises, turns smaller tools into whole new canvasses to create and design better EDC tools. Their new E33KS folding knife cuts no corners, boasting top tier features that make it a great knife that literally fits in any carry.

Starting with the blade, the E33KS doesn't use just any old stainless steel. The 1.38” blade comes in M390, one of the hardest and toughest steels on the market and also one of the best at holding an edge. Blade deployment is done via flipper tab (which doubles as a finger choil), and secures with a liner lock, possibly the smallest folding knife that does so. The E33KS's handles come in TC4 titanium, giving it extra strength, light weight, and an exotic touch for collectors.

There are also a few thoughtful touches with how to carry the knife. Rather than a clip that would add to its bulk, the EK33KS's backspacer comes with a lanyard hole that makes it easy to latch onto a keychain or bag, taking full advantage of its 0.8-ounce weight. On top of that it also comes with a custom Kydex sheath and chain, opening up your options for EDC as a quick-access neck knife.

There's a lot to like in a knife that's surprisingly small. Pick up the MecArmy E33KS in your choice of 3 colors at the Amazon link below.

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Discussion (6 total)

ben gabay ·
that price tho
Antei ·
Looks nice, but I'm waiting for my WESN (S35V) delivery. Hope it will be good little fellow for lesser money.
Charles P ·
Same here.
Eddie G. ·
MecArmy is a CountyComm wannabe except they've nothing original, def overpriced, boring yawn
Britt ·
$159? No, no thank you.
Charles P ·
I concur. Nice materials but WAY too much for this knife.