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Creditor Carbon Fiber Money Clip Knife

Creditor Carbon Fiber Money Clip Knife

We're big fans of minimalistic wallets, but we're not sure we've ever seen one that doubles as a knife. Designed by John Kubasek, the Creditor Carbon Fiber Money Clip Knife ($200) is a cunning combination of materials and functionality, featuring a carbon fiber and titanium body that folds to become credit card size — hence the name — while a clip holds your cash and cards, but press down on the side of the handle and it unlocks to become a handy six-inch blade. It can even fit into another wallet with the clip removed. Just be careful not to inadvertently cut your money in half — nothing says "shady" like paying for your Starbucks with a taped-together twenty.

  • 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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  • Gerber Fit

    Clean design isn't an attribute you'd normally associate with multi-tools, but then again, you've never seen one quite like the Gerber Fit ($50). Hidden within its smooth, compact body is a 25 lumen LED flashlight, a large locking main screwdriver with interchangeable bit, additional micro flathead and cross drivers for small electronics, a partially serrated blade, scissors, and a bottle opener — everything the modern man might need in one stylish package.