To say the CRKT Daktyl is futuristic would almost be an understatement as the innovative knife strikes a stunning balance between alien design and minimalism. This non-traditional pocket knife was designed by Tom Hitchcock and pays homage to the massively popular Hole In One opener released just a few years ago. The bare-bones aesthetic of the knife features a 3" blade, built in carabiner clip and bottle opening edge.
The opening action of the CRKT Daktyl is quite unique as it swings open from the side. The locking mechanism is simple clip which locks into place once the blade reaches the full open position. The clip is easily disengaged with a simple click, then the blade is allowed to swing back into the closed position. When closed, the blade sits comfortably in the hollowed handle, with its sharp edge hidden away. The overall design of the CRKT Daktyl makes it an ideal EDC tool that can easily suit a myriad of situations.
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