The EDC space is fun to watch, because it's got a fanatic base of customers and no shortage of companies attempting to satisfy them with new design twists. The offerings range from innovative to useless, from clever to hilarious; it's one of the few categories I can think of where product designers are rewarded for experimentation, and the standard rules for what is useful do not always apply.
MecArmy is one of the companies vying for a slice of the EDC pie, and their objects skirt that line between "That might come in handy in a pinch" and "Why on Earth would anyone…?" Some cases in point:
The CPLU is a small USB-rechargeable LED light that clips to a watchband.
The similar CPL3 is a little LED light that attaches to a knife clip.
The CH6 is a titanium mini-carabiner with a visually interesting twist on the latch spring. (I wonder how well it works if you get dirt or grit in there.)
The CMP2 is a tiny compass that comes in brass, copper or titanium.
The TKT is a "titanium knuckle" with a little blade on the end of it.
I'm curious about that little brass thingy on the right in the last photo, but I scoured their website and it appears to have been scrubbed from the lineup.
If this sort of stuff is your thing, there's plenty more to see here. Their product line-up is absurdly deep.