At this point you’ve read so many features on everyday carry options here that it’s become tiring to decide whether you should actually purchase stuff. As such, The Civilware Pointer II Friction Folder may not be your cup of tea. But it’s worth a look if you’re on the prowl for a high-quality blade.

It’s lightweight, first and foremost, which already grants it a lot of points in the EDC department. It’s non-locking, unfortunately, but uses friction to keep the thing closed. Then to keep it open in your hand, it utilizes an extended tang. Clearly, it’s not as sophisticated as other options out there. But this coupling of lightweight design and smart mechanism allows it to be carried and used in most locations.

And you don’t just get the knife. There’s also an in-built bottle opener here for popping fresh cold ones. And a flat-head screwdriver, to boot. It comes in a leather pouch to match the beautifully rugged design. Both sides are titanium — heat-treated 416 stainless steel hardware, to be exact. You’ll be holding the G10 handle scales, which features better grip. The blade is a SV35N corrosion-resistant variant, which should hold up well in any activity. The whole thing measure just 3-inch with the handle included. The blade is 2.5 inches. It weighs a total of 2.3 oz.

You can get it in two colors: Black or OD Green. A bit pricey at $115, if we’re being honest. But it’s a solid option if you want a no-frills, no-nonsense EDC blade.