Watch pocket knife

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My edc is usally a sak of some sort and an Opinel or a stockman. I would like to get a small pen knife size cutter for the watch pocket, but nice along the lines of the Al Mar Ospry. I like natural handle materials like stag, rosewood ect..

A lock blade is okay, as is a slip joint.

Suggestions?
 
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Those little Al Mars are gorgeous. Just handled one for the first time this past week.

Personally, I carry a Spyderco Kiwi in my watch pocket. It's a surprisingly comfortable and useful knife for its size.
 
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Me too, me too.
another vote for the kiwi. The bone handle is great---and I had to get the black mother-of-pearl from AG Russel. I think that they claim that one's an exclusive--but I NEEDED that knife--and just up and ordered it.

Tiny little knife, but because of the design, cuts like something much bigger. And while I have nothing against Al Mar (who also make a nice little folders) I believe that the blade stell on their small folders is AUS-8. The Kiwi is VG-10, which I personally like much better.

To be fair, my brother prefers the Benchmite.
 
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I vote for the BladeTech Mouse II, by Wegner. I have one in my watch pocket at the moment. It is a stout little folder and comes in Carbon Fiber, with flat ground S30V blade. Hard to beat. Downside is a high visibility ss clip.

Also Spyderco Meerkat is cool.
 
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