Necker (Out Of Stock)

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The smallest knife in our line up, the SURVIVE! Necker is a highly functional minimalist chore cutter. This "tin knife" type blade is designed to be used with a lanyard, which functions as the knife handle. The newest revision features a skeletonized squared rear, for a more secure lanyard attachment and improved grip.

Light enough to be worn around your neck and forgotten about until you need it, the SURVIVE! Necker is a great option for anyone needing a small utility knife that is capable of tackling a great number of daily cutting tasks, from handling the mail to opening boxes in a warehouse or stockroom. The small size of the SURVIVE! Necker makes it very suitable for "open" carry, without alarming those around you, whether you are at work or other public settings.

Due to the many different preferences in length and weave types, a lanyard is NOT included on your SURVIVE! Necker. Please see the video below for tips on how to make a lanyard all your own.


Blade Material: CPM-20CV
Blade Length: 2”
Blade Cutting Length: 1.94”
Total Knife Height: 1.31”
Blade Thickness: 5/32”(.156”)
Overall Length: 4”
Weight: (Knife Only) 1.2oz. (W/Sheath) 2.5oz.

A bit about the steel used in this SURVIVE! Knife:

For our small and medium sized knives, we offer an exceptionally high grade of stainless steel.  CPM-20CV is a very high quality martensitic stainless steel, with outstanding corrosion resistance and excellent edge holding. CPM-20CV does lack the impact toughness of CPM-3V but being made with the CPM process, this steel is still very resistant to lateral stress (flex) breakage. Consider CPM-20CV for a very low maintenance, all weather cutting tool.  Here is the CPM-20CV Data Sheet.


Reviews (1)

Feb 18th 2015


This neck knife uses the most advanced steel possible with a great price to go with it. The new design is better especially if you carry it on your waist. It doesn't dig into the side like the older model. The size is perfect for EDC. A lanyard is a must. It is not a weapon, but a tool. Get the necker II if you want something for self defense. The sheath couldn't be better except for more color choices!!

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