The CRKT Gekkota Pocket Knife is a handy and, well, amazingly cute little implement designed by Launce Barber and Tom Stokes. At first glance, the Columbia River Gekkota Knife looks like a brooch with a gecko design on the green anodized 6061 aluminum face. But push one of the little flipper tabs, and out pops a 1.375" long spear point blade with a CRKT script laser cut in it. The blade is firmly held open by the frame lock cut into the Gekkota stainless steel back panel. Push the other tab, and you have a tool that is both a blade screwdriver and a bottle opener, handy when you need to open your favorite soda or microbrew. A stainless steel clip on the back can be a pocket clip, or a money clip. And there's a folding loop that allows the CRKT Gekkota Pocket to be carried on a neck chain or by a small carabiner. Weighing only 1.8 ounces, the CRKT Gekkota Pocket is a lightweight knife and tool combo that has hundreds of daily uses. This cute little pocket knife makes an affordable and unusual gift or premium for men and women.