Reate EXO-M: The Compact Titan of Gravity Knives

Compact, Durable, Versatile, Stylish, Reliable

Picture this: You're in a bustling market somewhere exotic. Every now and then, you might need a tool to pry open a fresh coconut, slice through some stubborn packaging, or simply to feel a bit more prepared for the unexpected. Your pocket bulges not with some oversized, unwieldy piece of cutlery, but with a compact companion that is as sharp in its performance as it is in its aesthetics. That tool is the Reate EXO-M.

Now, let's take a closer look at this piece. The CPM 3V steel that forms the stonewashed double-edged blade is as reliable as it gets. Tough, holds an edge, and with that stonewashed finish that gives it a certain rugged charm. The dagger style blade, a mere 2.95 inches long, might not seem like much, but don't let that fool you. This blade, ground flat, is designed for precision and versatility. Oh, and it's gravity-assisted. Pinch, tilt, and voilà, your blade is ready to go.

Then there's the handle. Milled and jimped titanium, exoskeleton-designed, adorned with black micarta. It looks and feels as sturdy as it sounds, fitting in your hand with an assuring weightiness, and providing an excellent grip even in the most challenging circumstances. The titanium theme continues with the pocket clip. Tip-down style. It, along with the included leather slip, makes carrying this beauty a breeze.

But the real kicker? The lock. It's easy to undervalue safety features on knives, but trust me, you'll appreciate this one. A simple slide lock on the handle keeps everything secure when the blade is out. It's a thoughtful addition, a testament to the design philosophy of this tool, prioritizing user safety as much as functionality.

Compact, yet impressively sturdy, the Reate EXO-M is as suitable for an everyday carry as it gets. It's not just a tool; it's a statement. From its understated aesthetic to its uncompromising functionality, it speaks volumes about the person carrying it. It's a testament to an appreciation for quality, for reliability, for the fusion of art and function.

A beautiful testament to the craftsmanship of Reate Knives, the EXO-M stands out among its peers. With the perfect balance of size, weight, and performance, it's no wonder this tool hails from the industrious heart of China.

To say I'm a fan would be an understatement. This is a tool that fits right into the fabric of an adventurous lifestyle. With the Reate EXO-M in your pocket, you're not just prepared for the day – you're embracing the unpredictable dance of life.


  1. CPM 3V Steel Blade: Renowned for its toughness and edge-holding capabilities, the CPM 3V steel blade is designed for longevity and consistent performance.
  2. Compact Size: The 2.95″ blade length and 7.48″ overall length makes it perfect for everyday carry, fitting seamlessly into your pocket or bag.
  3. Secure Locking Mechanism: The slide lock on the handle ensures user safety by securing the blade when it's not in use.
  4. Gravity Assisted Deployment: An engaging and practical feature that allows quick and smooth blade deployment.
  5. High-quality Materials: The use of titanium and micarta speaks to the knife's durability and high-quality craftsmanship.
  6. Stylish Design: The exoskeleton milled and jimped handle, along with the stonewashed blade, gives the knife a rugged and aesthetic appeal.
  7. Versatile Carry Options: The inclusion of both a titanium pocket clip and a leather slip offer diverse and secure carry options.


  1. Price: Priced at $285, the Reate EXO-M may not be affordable for everyone.
  2. Blade Style: The dagger-style blade is versatile but may not be ideal for more specific tasks like skinning or slicing.
  3. Weight: Weighing in at 4.30 oz, it is not the lightest knife available in the market, which may be a consideration for those prioritizing lightweight carry.
  4. Country of Origin: For some enthusiasts, the fact that it's made in China could be a potential downside, as certain customers may prefer knives made in countries known for a long history of knife-making, such as Germany or Japan.
  5. Right Hand Design: The knife's design favors right-handed users. Left-handed users may find it less convenient to use.
  6. Tip-Down Pocket Clip: The tip-down pocket clip design might not be everyone's preference, as some users prefer a tip-up configuration for quicker blade deployment.


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