A couple of years ago I re-inserted my Emerson micro-Commander into my EDC rotation and began carrying it again. I've been impressed as to how perfect an EDC the Emerson micro-Commander is. It's my go-to "small knife.' (< 3")
The blade works like a 3.25" and even looks like one with the knife open. Very deceptive. You have to be there....
The knife itself closes to be IMO the perfect size that most people worldwide think of as a "pocket knife." It's so close to perfect.
Strong, great ergonomics, Emerson 154, and best of all the Commander blade scales down so well to the micro's 2.9" length. Still a massive blade even at that size; deceptively so, as I mentioned above.
Second might be my ZT 0561. it's a tough question.....i carry other knives but those two spend a lot of time in my pocket.
Cool,I thought it was just me.I see some for sale already used and I'm thinking,wtf? This is just a ,excuse me for saying a beautiful knife.oh damn,this was in response to the kizer Gemini ,the above post didn't follow my comments.
I keep threatening to put something in my pocket besides my Gemini. I have folders that cost far more than it does. But so far I haven't been able to pull the trigger. The Gemini simply refuses to vacate the premises.