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I keep a Kershaw Chill in my drawer at work. Aside from the occasional run across a stone have given it zero love. It's a screwdriver, scraper, box knife, bottle opener, chisel, and occasional sliver digger. It's held up surprisingly well.
The Kershaw Chill would be a good bet:
3.1" slim, very low profile stainless steel blade, incredibly sharp, only weighs 2oz. No doubt you could find it for cheaper than amazon's current pricing, I got mine for $18.
Check out the Kershaw Chill.
Ultra light and slim but capable knife with a 3.1" blade made from 8Cr13MoV (OK steel for the price, which comes well under $30).