My main pocket knife is a BB Spyderco Urban carried in the coin pocket. I pair it up with a Sak (for the tools) in a pouch or other pocket. But I do also carry a little oho Sanrenmu and a Spyderco Bug on my keys. The Sanrenmu is so small that its mass is neglible amongst all the other stuff on my keyring, and the Bug because it's been on my keys for years and is if I took it off it'd just end up lost in the bottom of a drawer.
To be fair, I rarely use the Sanrenmu (apart from as a fidget toy), and the Bug next to never.
I usually get all my general edc cutting done between the Urban (knife) and the Sak (scissors).
Then again, I don't claim to be an edc minimalist. I carry a Maxpedition Micro in my daypack stuffed to the gills with redundant items, torch, spare batts, Victorinox alox solo, zebra pen, usb charger + cable, boo boo kit, pain killers, meds etc. Its almost a game to me to see how much potentially useful crap I can fit into a small space.
(all started for me back in the day with tabacco tin survival kits - The SAS Survival Handbook has a lot to answer for)
The Micro kit has come in handy on occasion and so in my mind justifies its place in my day bag.
Apologies, I digress...
Imo the Urban is an excellent pocket slip-joint; the perfect oho single blade knife for UK carry (as is the UKPK). The Sak has simply been worth its weight in gold on too many occasions to count.
This is why I carry two cutting tools. They serve distinct purposes and I would loathe be without either of them in my edc set.
But....... At times when my carry has to be the bare bones, the Spyderco gets the knife slot.