Category: Knife

Kershaw Leek Portable Knife Review

Kershaw Leek Review Pocket Knife

In our broad testing of a select gathering of the world’s best pocket blades, we found the Kershaw Leek to speak to the best of the best at a sensible cost. Our test included more affordable blades and blades prepared for progressively forceful use, yet none found some kind of harmony just as the Leek. […]

CRKT Squid Review

CRKT Squid

The budget-friendly Squid receives the same great heat therapy as CRKT’s more expensive knives. On the flip side, Buck makes discount products and higher-end products that are intermittent. Their higher end products are subject to the same heat treatment developed for the high volume funding products. All else equal seeing materials and layout and construction, […]

Kershaw Blur Glassbreaker Review

Kershaw Blur Glassbreaker

This attribute, locking mechanism and plus the Blur’s light hinge, lends a confidence-inspiring feel to the Blur. In many product categories, our three month evaluation interval is time to draw out strength concerns. With pocket knives, a kind of equipment that is handed down through several generations, at three weeks of even heavy usage, we […]

Benchmade 15031-2 North Fork Knife

Benchmade 15031-2 North Fork

A smaller angle cuts very nicely but will not last very long. Which brings us to the other portion of blade and edge ethics. Your blade has to be sharp and remain that way. Also, because every knife requires ongoing sharpening (regardless of what specific budget manufacturers claim), it has to be easy to resurface. […]

Spyderco Tenacious G-10 Review

The Spyderco Tenacious is a solid, full-size pocket knife

Full-size knives really are tight. From our measured dimensions, the Tenacious is approximately average among the full size knives. It’s a little thinner than the others, but the contrary dimension -let us call it thickness – is much greater. It sits, therefore, fairly low profile in your pocket. The customizability of the pocket clip ensures […]

Kershaw Chill Knife Review

Portable Kershaw Chill Review

There are knives. However, any smaller than the Chill and you input the novelty class. In short, the Chill is as portable as we need at a knife. The pocket clip is tight and sturdy, the option to add a lanyard is nice, and also the external profile isn’t rough or overly sharp. It is […]