We’re really not sure what you’re going to do with this. But the Spyderco Bug SS Slip Joint Plain Edge Knife is about as small a knife as we’ve ever seen. And it is an actual knife, constructed from 3Cr13 steel with a 1.125-inch cutting edge, but measuring a ridiculous 2.875-inch when open, and 1.625-inch when closed. The blade itself is 1.3-inch long. It has a small lanyard hole through which you can slip a rope, and either carry this as jewelry or attach to another one of your belongings so it doesn’t get lost. We suppose if you foresee having to cut a few boxes, this could be handy to have around. The folding mechanism features a non-locking, slip-joint design that keeps the blade open with resistant pressure at the pivot area when the blade is extended and being used. It’s made by Spyderco, so you know it’s a quality product, and at $12, it’s pretty darn cheap.