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Switch Modular Pocket Knife

Ever wish you could roll-your-own Swiss Army knife, carrying just what you need when you need it? Meet the Switch Modular Pocket Knife ($80). Born from the hivemind of quirky, the Switch includes two exterior body covers, two slotted caps to hold everything together, three interior axles that range from small (2-6 tools) to large (7-13 tools), and 18 tool attachments, including screwdrivers, a bottle opener, a saw, various blades, a flashlight, and even a 1GB USB memory stick — making it one of the most versatile and most geeky multi-tools you can buy. Snap out of the standard pocket tool fare.

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  • Shun Higo Nokami Gentleman's Knife

    Who said you had to be at home to enjoy the precision of a Shun blade? The Shun Higo Nokami Gentleman's Knife ($100) lets you bust out your culinary cutting skills wherever the need arises, with a locking foldout six-inch blade made from high-carbon stain-resistant VG-10 steel, a resin-infused PakkaWood handle with an inlaid silver and brass samurai family crest emblem, and an included black lacquer box with leather sheath. Good for cutting everything from steak to sushi.

  • Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Knife

    If you asked what we would want to take with us in a stranded situation, we'd probably say a filled iPod, food, or perhaps a back catalog of Playboy (for the articles, of course). A more practical choice, however, would be the Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Knife ($60). Designed by Gerber and the Grylled one himself, this unique wilderness tool features a half-serrated high carbon blade, a stainless steel pommel at the base of the handle, an emergency whistle in the lanyard cord, and a host of goodies in the included sheath, like a fire starter, diamond sharpener, and Bear's Priorities of Survival pocket guide for those times when you need some Yoda-like wisdom. [Thanks, Andrew]