Most of our readers will know that Gekkota is an infraorder in the suborder Scleroglossa, comprising all geckos. But what the heck is the CRKT Gekkota? Well, it's a useful little product designed by Launce Barber and Tom Stokes.
Gekkota Pocket. At first glance, this looks like a brooch with a gecko design on the green anodized 6061 aluminum face.
But what's this? Push one of the little flipper tabs, and out pops a 1.375" long spear point blade with a CRKT script laser cut in it. It is firmly held open by the frame lock cut into the Gekkota stainless steel back panel.
Push the other tab, and you have a tool that is both a blade screwdriver and a bottle opener, handy when you need to open your favorite soda or microbrew.
Then you look more carefully, and find the stainless steel clip on the back, which can be a pocket clip, or a money clip. And there's a folding loop that allows the Gekkota to be carried on a neck chain or by a small carabiner.
Weighing only 1.8 ounces, this is a lightweight tool that has hundreds of daily uses.
This cute little Gekkota modes makes an affordable and unusual gift or premium for men and women.
- Open Overall Length: 3.5 inches
- Closed Length: 2.125 inches
- Weight: 1.8 ounces
- Length: 1.375 inches
- Thickness: 0.093 inches
- Material: 2CR13
- Blade-HRC: 51-53
- Finish: Satin
- Grind: High Hollow
- Style: Spear Point
- Edge: Plain
Columbia River Knife & Tool Gekkota Pocket Knife