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Knife Sale: EDC Blades Up to 40% Off

A good everyday carry knife comes in handy whether you’re camping in the backcountry or opening envelopes in the office. Act now and save on these pocket-worthy blades.

An EDC knife is meant for everyday carry. The best EDC blade is sharp, durable, and portable. It should be small enough to fit in your pocket but sturdy enough to get the job done. What that job is, is up to you. Sometimes you need an EDC knife that excels at slashing its way through the growing pile of Amazon packages. Whereas other times a reliable blade is a tool which you can rely on to keep you alive outdoors.

Whatever the needs, there’s surely a knife out there to fit your adventures. And right now they’re up to 40 percent off.

The Best EDC Knives on Sale Now

SOG Vulcan Mini: $110 (30% Off)

SOG EDC Knife

This 3-inch blade packs a punch. The Arc-Lock locking system securely holds the blade open and is tested at over 1,000 pounds of force. The glass-reinforced handle has a nicely balanced feel, and the double thumb studs mean it’s ideal for ambidextrous use. Durable, powerful, and sharp, the Vulcan Mini is ready for adventure.

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CRKT Mah Journeyer: $18 (40% Off)

CRKT Journey Folding Knife

This Liong Mah design goes the distance. Pull the pin and place it on the slot on the handle to turn this folding knife into a fixed blade. The drop-point blade has a sharp tip and curved cutting edge. With a closed length of 3.86 inches, it fits comfortably in a pocket. And the reversible pocket clip makes it work for both right- and left-handed people.

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Swiss Army Spartan Serrated Pocket Knife: $12 (50% Off)

Swiss Army Serrated Pocket Knife

At 50 percent off, this classic pocket knife is a great deal. It folds down to a pocket-worthy 3.58 inches long and has a serrated blade and a straight blade. Other tools include a can opener, screw driver, corkscrew, reamer, toothpick, and tweezers. It’s a tiny toolbox for less than $13.

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Benchmade 556 Mini-Griptilian: $70 (25% Off)

Benchmade Mini Griptilian

This do-all knife is equally at home on the trail or in the office. The AXIS locking mechanism opens easily and locks securely. It fits nicely in the hand, and the texture ensures a sturdy grip. With a 2.9-inch-long blade, it’s big enough to get the job done but small enough to comfortably fit in your pocket.

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Trango Piranha: $15 (25% Off)

Trango EDC Knife

Looking for a knife that will fit in even the smallest pockets? Then it’s time you met the Trango Piranha. At just 0.7 ounces, this blade won’t weigh you down and the carabiner hole means you can easily attach it to your keychain or climbing rack. It’s tiny, sharp, and impressively light.

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EDC Knife Sharpener: $10 (33% Off)

Work Sharp Pocket Knife Sharpener

Keep your knife sharp with Work Sharp’s pocket knife sharpener. Several GearJunkie editors use these to hone their blades. It’s fairly small and easy to use, making it great for use in the field, at home, or in the shop. Plus, you can save $5 now by checking the coupon box under the price. The discount will be applied at chekout.

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Mallory Paige
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Gear Editor Mallory Paige credits a childhood exploring the Rocky Mountains for her love of the outdoors. She recently spent a memorable year motorcycle camping across North America (with her dog!) and is now enjoying introducing her baby girl to all manner of adventure.

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