Black plated blade Money clip knife 420J2 steel A thumb stud is used to one-hand open the blade, and as the blade is fully rotated open, the frame lock snaps crisply in behind the blade to give a sound lockup. The blade can be closed with one hand, simply by releasing the frame lock. The blade features a Wharncliffe grind on the front and flat on the backside so that when the blade is closed onto its handle/frame, the precision fit effectively "seals" the cutting edge to the frame, even though it's exposed. Both blade and frame are 420J2 stainless steel. The design of the K.I.S.S. series pocket/money clip permits them to be used in a variety of ways: clipped to the pocket; as a money clip knife; and with split-ring or lanyard, as a key chain knife.
This may not be an amazing knife, but it's the perfect pocket clip. I use it to hang a multitool in my pocket (see picture), and the size and easy use of this knife mean that I actually use it when opening packages, cutting loose threads, or whatever else—rather than my keys or fingers. It requires nothing more than the effort of making a hand-signal for "money" by rubbing thumb and forefinger together to deploy and secure the blade, and b..