It's small enough to overlook. That's by design. The Gearward Escape Knife is meant as a last-resort tool in the event of a kidnapping. Its blade is made from a rustproof ceramic that's ten times stronger than steel, with a 1.25" cutting edge that's just long enough to be useful. Made in Canada, it has a low profile that's easy to slip behind the label of your jeans, into your shoes, or anywhere else you don't think it can be found.
Length: 1.75" / Height: 0.4" / Weight: 2.5 grams
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
A modern version of the clandestine blade issued to OSS operatives in World War II, the Gearward HemiSere Lapel Knife can be hidden nearly anywhere. It's made from a titanium and ceramic composite that's incredibly strong yet still very light. The wharncliffe blade provides a 1.875" cutting edge and can be secured to a variety of surfaces, including credit cards, phone cases, inner sleeves, or, like the original, the underside of a shirt collar using simple 3M adhesive dots. Made in Japan.
Length: 3.375" / Height: 0.75" / Width: 0.05" / Weight: 4 grams