The World's Sharpest EDC Damascus Pocket Knife
Do you find yourself in need of a knife now and then while you travel? Here's a piece of good news for you! You can now have a Samurai sword in your pocket! The world's sharpest EDC Damascus pocket knife is here, and you'd be pleased to know how unique this is compared to the usual pocket knife you were used to.
Let's check out the coolest attributes this knife features.
The Sharpest and Most Compact Blade
First of all, let me praise the Damascus steel that OMNI is made from. This type of steel makes the knife durable and five times sharper than regular steel. It's sharp enough to cut ropes, thick materials, and even different kinds of food (hey there, food lovers, this is for you)! The blade can also be used for carving, so it's great for those creative spirits that can create just about anything out of a piece of wood. The blade is even perfect for processing firewood. It can also double as a screwdriver. If you don't get impressed by that, then you might be in awe of its build.
The Commendable Build
As a product of precise engineering, OMNI boasts of its durable design, aircraft aluminium body, and lifetime warranty. Mind you; there aren't a lot of products that give a lifetime warranty. That means the designers of this pocket knife are so convinced that their product can carry out its purpose. Aren't you? Because I sure am! As someone who loves everything compact, this knife can sure show some strength. It's even scratch and water resistant, because who loves rust and scratches anyway?
The Design That Can Turn a Thousand Heads
Aside from the blade and the build it highlights, this knife has a unique design that will make anyone look unique. Gone are the days when your knife has to be red or black. Luckily, OMNI's Damascus steel beauty can be seen at all times even if the knife isn't in use. Not only will you get all the advantages mentioned above; you'll also have a rare-looking, headturner blade!
Why You Should Get One
This knife was built to last. OMNI is the very definition of the phrase "small but terrible." If you're a handyman, you can use this as a screwdriver. If you're a woodworker, you can substitute a heavy and boring knife with this. If you're a traveler, this is all the tool you need–it can slice your fruits without looking too dull, you can use it to cut tags off your clothes, you can maximize it as a bottle opener for drink nights, and so much more! If you're someone who thinks you won't need this, rest assured, you'll be surprised by how handy this one can be once it's already in your possession! It's easy to carry, easy to navigate (because it's comfortable to grasp), and looks beautiful. It even harnesses the power of a Samurai sword! What more can you ask for in a pocket knife? (Seriously, none).
by Liz Paelmo
Enthusiastic Writer. Grammar Nazi. Mass Communication Graduate. Development Communication Student. Drummer.Read more at lizpaelmo.com