Sharp Guy wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 03, 2020 7:51 pm
Notsurewhy wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 03, 2020 8:46 am
Nice! I don't like a knife on my keys or fishing around the bottom of a big pocket, but a lady bug or man bug is so small I worry about it popping out of my fifth pocket without a clip. This would be great clipped in there as a secondary blade for easy access and use around people who belong in the Psychoneurotic Institute for the Very, Very Nervous.
This could also overtake the dragonfly as my choice for a first knife when my kids are old enough.
FWIW, I carry a Manbug in the 5th/watch pocket of my blue jeans all the time. Never had an issue with it popping out. Not even a concern of mine. Alternatively, sometimes I'll put another small knife (McBee or Nishijin Cricket) in the fifth pocket instead of the Manbug. Problem with having them clipped is that it interferes with my primary knife in my right front pocket. So I've removed the clips on my McBee & Cricket to avoid this. During the summer when I'm wearing shorts the small knife goes in the bottom of my pocket. With a knife as small as the Ladybug or Manbug I can't understand why anyone would want a clip on it. Apparently some do. So I'm happy you're finally getting it.
for some people, these are their primary knives and the option to not have it in the bottom of the pocket would be nice.
i’ve been wanting a ladybug to replace my first pocket knife that’s been missing for years. a pocket clip might make me pull the trigger even though i’ll probably rarely carry it that way. i like versatility.
if the clip is mounted through the lanyard hole, does that mean no lanyards? i know a lot of people give these little knives lanyards to help with grip.