Personally, I'm all for having a new
designed specifically as a necklace. Maybe it won't be one-handed or have an MBC rated lock, but something smaller than a Jester/Ladybug3 that can be worn on a dog tag chain or other small chain, but with big cutting power, great ergos (for one finger or so), and either be deceptively decorative or extremely low profile as to not draw any unwanted attention...
[Family Guy style random clip]
"EXCUSE me! Are you looking at my breasts?
"No, I'm admiring that deceptively decorated knife between them."
[/Family Guy style random clip]
...besides, my flash drive gets lonely and pulls the hairs out of my chest just to get attention.
necklace designed from the ground up. I'll start sketches.
"What say the augurers?" -AllenETreat
This augurer says that it'd look good!
As for designed knives, well, we never did get a run of Sal's pendant, did we? I'm not sure precisely what was patented &c, but:
Five minute's work, which explains why it's so basic.
I don't know precisely how we would get this to work, but since we aren't going for MBC rating, all we really need is reliability. How reliable was the pivot on the Gerber Chameleon
If there's interest, I'll do more work on the handle (ergos... it has ergos?).
Edit: I have no clue as to how a reliable lock would even be possible, given the limitations. The furthest I've gotten is a liner/frame lock on the thin handle, but that would be very flimsy. Any ideas?