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Japanese Kiridashi Pocket Knife

The Kiridashi can be thought of as a stripped down pocket knife, it started off as a traditional Japanese knife often used for cutting paper, sharpening pencils, cutting bamboo, and for all kinds of tasks. These stunning examples featured here, are hand crafted from recycled old files, which are known to knife makers as being made out of some the best steel in the world. Each knife is slightly unique and comes outfitted with a lanyard and a custom fit leather sleeve for easy transport and storage. You can even specify whether you want your knife made for a rightie or leftie. 



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YSTUDIO BRASS PENS | Image

YSTUDIO BRASS PENS

Ystudio was founded in 2012 by Yi and Yanko. The Taiwanese design studio first introduced their "Weight of Words” line a few years back and has now added two new brass tools to their collection. Made by the local factories in Taiwan, each of the stationery from Ystudio is manufactured by the scorching heat of one thousand degrees in furnace, and characterized by the masters’ hands with decades of experience. Each item creates a beautiful patina over time and will be...
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EDC January 2018

In this month´s roundup series of EDC (Everyday Carry), we pick some items that are carried on a consistent basis to assist you in dealing with normal everyday needs of modern society, including possible emergency situations. Every guy could use a little more gear in his pockets, so this month we have rounded up the ultimate guide to EDC essentials for the modern and discerning gentleman. ...
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BREITLING CHRONOLINER BLACKSTEEL

Designed with the international jet set in mind, and inspired by a watch from the 1950s-1960s, the Breitling Chronoliner Blacksteel timepiece packs a chronograph for measuring flight times and the functionality to simultaneously display three timezones in 24-hour formats into its sleek black steel and ceramic case. The 46mm self-winding mechanical chrono is powered by a Breitling 24 movement, is water-resistant to 100 m (330 ft) and its back bears a depiction o...
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