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    For the light duties you describe have you considered a Spyderco Cricket. ?
    They cut out of all proportion to their size. Light, easy to carry. Just about use em as a tieclip. The little hook point is great for precision work & easy to sharpen in a plain edge.
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    Personally ive carried all kinds of different knives for EDC. Right now i have a Benchmade 940 Osborne. Its one of my larger knives but i love the feel of it. I really like the blade size of the Benchmade mini Griptiallian. Both of those knives have the axis lock that is addicting lol. Probably my fav of all time was my Boker Sub-com. Its pretty thin and easy to grip to put a lot of pressure on something if you need. The only down side I would say is its size, but I never had a problem with it.

    Toy EDCs that ive had but not really practical. Benchmade 42S, Spyderco Spyderfly, and a Pacific Cutlery 10. I am kind of a fidgiter and people look at you funny when you start playing with a balisong in public. The Spyderco Bali-yo kinda helped this problem haha.

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