The Spyderco Ikuchi Folder Is Like a Paring Knife for Your Pocket

This ultra-slim pocketknife from Spyderco is discreet and perfect for chopping up your lunch.

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When you order a Spyderco product, you know you can trust it. The brand is known for quality knives that work in the backcountry as well as they do in your kitchen. One of the newest Spyderco knives is the Ikuchi, an ultra-slim pocketknife. Designed by Paul Alexander, who has a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and is a lifelong knife enthusiast, this long and skinny pocket knife looks very different from Spyderco’s other knives. The Ikuchi features a satin-finished CPM S30V stainless steel blade modeled after a scalpel – very precise. When closed, the blade completely disappears into the curved handle.

The 3.26-inch blade features a flipper opener so just the push of a finger or thumb will open up the knife. Like other Spyderco knives, the low-profile, deep-pocket wire clip ensures you won’t lose it if you’re moving around. It’s a unique EDC item that’s worth adding to your collection.

Buy Now: $200

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