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Mad Blacksmith City Dweller Black Pen Lanyard, Milled Body - PL-M-B


MSRP* : $17.99 | You Save* : $3.04 (17%)
Part #: MBPLMB | Mad Blacksmith
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MBPLMB: The City Dweller Black Milled Body Pen Lanyard
Mad Blacksmith
The idea for the "City Dweller" Pen Lanyard came not long after the conclusion of a speech that Mr. Michael Bloomberg gave in which he declared that his police force would begin asking knife-carrying citizens to "show them" the knife if the clip indicates danger to a given officer.
From personal experience, the part where you show the officer my knife is the part right before your knife gets taken away. No matter your chosen brand or type of pocket knife, this pen-cap lanyard clip will allow you to fly under the radar.

The Lanyard bead is fastened to the end of the 550 paracord and is constructed to resemble and function a lot like a pen cap might.
With this tool, you're able to gain quick access to your knife if needed in a pinch, but you're also able to wear it in truly deep-pocket fashion so as not to raise any eyebrows.

A sliding cylinder helps to tighten the cord up around the existing pocket clip that is secured to your knife, this way, the cord lays neater in your pocket.
  • Overall Length: 6-1/2"
  • Pen Attachment Length: 2-1/2"
  • Material: Black PVD Finished Stainless Steel
  • Weight: 0.5 oz.
Mad Blacksmith City Dweller Black Pen Lanyard, Milled Body4.333 (3 reviews)
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Mad Blacksmith City Dweller Black Pen Lanyard, Milled Body
4 out of 5
Upstate NY in the Woods!
Oct 15, 2014
Pros: Usability, Functionality, Material Quality
Cons: Functionality, None
A Useful tool for Urban Preparedness.
This is a great way to camouflage your EDC knife from prying eyes when you carry in more urban environments and it also makes retrieving your knife wasier than just dropping it in your pocket.My only criticism is that the metal slider that is supposed to keep the loop closed on your knife's belt/pocket clip is a little too loose or that maybe some other form of keeper could have been used for a more secure attachment. I think a spring-clip keeper like those found on drawstring bags or gloves would be better, and I may yet switch it out.That being said, although I have found the loop to have opened up in my pocket, the knife has never come off of it or gotten hung up in my pocket as a result.
Mad Blacksmith City Dweller Black Pen Lanyard, Milled Body
5 out of 5
Lawrence Such
Avenel, Nj
Apr 28, 2014
Pros: Usability, Stitching, Functionality, Material Quality
Cons: None
New and very handy item
I have a Spyderco Chicago knife and I use it to keep the knife down in my pocket so even the little clip doesn't show.Makes it real easy to get the knife out without digging deep into the pocket
Mad Blacksmith City Dweller Black Pen Lanyard, Milled Body
4 out of 5
Jan 01, 2014
Pros: Material Quality, Usability, Stitching
Cons: Functionality, None
amazing design, won't fit through kershaw lanyard hole
design is amazing. I love it! any folding knife large or small at the bottom of your pocket or on your bag, it creates a simple system for easy quick and discreet access to your knife. I use it in my pocket but also in or on my backpack, the clip is solid and stays put.lanyard is slightly larger than Spydercos Bead2ly, and it won't fit through any of my Kershaws, or my Emerson Spyderco Endura 4. the design though, is supposed to go around the clip of the knife, as there is the small metal cylinder that will slide down to hold it into place. I can see that this would be useful since you would be able to remove the lanyard for extended use periods. I used a small zip tie through the lanyard hole of a kershaw and looped it through there for more permanent attachment, and I like it just fine.if it fit through more lanyard holes i would give it five stars, but my opinion strays a bit from the intended design. I spent a fair amount of time and effort trying to string it through, so if it's your absolute intention to use the provided lanyard hole on your blade handle, you'll have to take a pass on this one.


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