Camillus, a Connecticut-based manufacturer of high-quality knives since 1876, has introduced the new EDC3 Folding Knife, which has several exciting features coveted by knife owners in need of an everyday carry knife.

With a 3-inch blade and an overall length of 7 inches, the Camillus EDC3 was designed for strength, durability and ease of use. As the press release points out, this knife is made of Carbonitride Titanium — one of the hardest surface treatments containing titanium, which protects the blade surface against wear, staining, and damage — and AUS-8 Japanese stainless steel, which offers edge sharpness and corrosion resistance.

The Camillus EDC3 also has a belt clip, liner lock, and dual thumb studs which enable the user to easily open the knife in the field using their right or left hand. In addition, the drop-point, partially serrated blade is suitable for a number of different situations, including cutting through thick materials such as rope or carpet, as well as making fine cuts in soft woods, dress animals, and use in a variety of day-to-day tasks.

The manufacturer suggested retail price for the Camillus EDC3 folding knife is $29.99. See below for additional details.

Features: Camillus EDC3 Folding Knife

  • Carbonitride Titanium
  • AUS-8 Japanese Steel
  • Partial Serration
  • Dual Thumbstud
  • 3″ Drop Point
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Blade Length: 3 Inches
  • Overall Length: 7 Inches
  • Clip/Sheath: Clip
  • Lock Style: Liner Lock

Camillus began in 1876 in Camillus, New York. In 2007, they were acquired by Acme United/Clauss Tools. For more information about the EDC3 Folding Knife, and the full range of products currently offered by Camillus, please visit

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