If you're doing splinter-prone work, a pointy pair of tweezers is handy to have, but not the kind of thing you can carry in a pocket without eventually goring yourself. Veteran knife designer Bob Terzuola thus designed this Tac-N-Tweeze, a stainless steel pair of tweezers that smartly retracts into a sturdy brass handle. A knurled wheel attached to a sliding screw locks it into any position you'd like along the slot.
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These are manufactured by knifemaker Civivi and run $31.20.
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