The Relic EWC knife lets you choose how you want to carry it

When it comes to keychain-sized knives, there are normally two ways to carry: toss it on a keyring or let it ride at the bottom of your pocket. Few knives that small come with a pocket clip. A new knife from Relic, however, is different.

The Relic EWC knife features an interchangeable, deep carry pocket clip that, at the press of a button, can be quickly swapped out for a keyring attachment. This also means that if you're keychain carrying, you can press a button to detach the knife from your keys. And the keychain attachment doubles as a bottle opener.

The EWC is 4 inches (10 centimeters) long when closed and weighs just 2.8 ounces (79 grams).  The handles are made of 304 stainless steel with a slip joint lock. The 1.5-inch (3.8-centimeter) drop point blade is made of D2 steel.

Relic is currently seeking funding for the EWC knife on Kickstarter. Early bird pricing starts at $50 for the knife with one pocket clip and one key clip, and you can expect delivery in November 2018.