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Review8.8(out of 10)
Kershaw Duojet Spring Assisted Knife Review

Kershaw Duojet Spring Assisted Knife Review

The Kershaw Duojet is one of the latest spring-assisted knives in their late 2018 lineup. From design to price, there are plenty of talking points, so let’s jump in. Pros Excellent value with current online prices Very attractive, sleek design Finger flipper and thumb stud opening appeals to both preferences Secure frame lock Cons Single […]

Review8.4(out of 10)
Kershaw Copper Natrix knife

Kershaw Natrix Carbon Fiber Folding Knife Review – Now in Copper!

Ever fall for a really good-looking girl who’s taken and then find out she has a sister that’s just as hot? That’s pretty much how I feel about the Kershaw Natrix Carbon Fiber. It’s inspired by the high-end Zero Tolerance 0770, and it is one sexy knife. If you’re into copper, Kershaw also introduced the […]

Review9.2(out of 10)
Buck 112 Auto Elite Pocket Knife Review

Buck 112 Auto Elite Pocket Knife Review

Founded in 1902, Buck Knives have been around well over 100 years. I remember staring longingly at their offerings in the knife case at our local outdoor store and several came home over the course of my teenage years. I’m not quite as fit as I was back in those days, but I still appreciate […]

Review8.8(out of 10)
Southwire Hawkbill

Southwire EdgeForce Hawkbill Pocket Knife Review

Regular readers know that we geek out (as the kids say) over pocket knives. While we use most of our tools only on the job, we carry our knives all the time. The day you forget your knife is the day you realize how often you actually use it. Although the drop point blade is probably the […]

Review7.8(out of 10)
Gerber Flatiron Folding Knife

Gerber Flatiron Folding Knife Review

We all like knives around this office, and when new models come in for review, we all usually stop what we’re doing to look at the new stock. Generally speaking, however, we hop back to work pretty quickly. While each folding knife design has its own set of unique qualities, they generally don’t vary all […]

Southwire Pocket Knife: EdgeForce D2 Steel For a Great Price

Southwire Pocket Knife: EdgeForce D2 Steel For a Great Price

Southwire might not be the first name that comes to mind when you’re looking for a new knife. They recently expanded with their EdgeForce lineup and there are definitely some points worth talking about. Each new Southwire pocket knife is very different from the other but they do have one thing in common: D2 steel blades. […]

Review8.4(out of 10)
Klein Folding Knives

Klein Spring-Assisted Pocket Knife 44223

Klein is expanding their selection of folding knives as they move forward in product development. What’s new about the Klein Spring-Assisted Pocket Knife is the spring assist part of the design. While we’ll certainly go into more detail about that, it’s more than just how the knife opens that makes or breaks it. In a […]

Review8.4(out of 10)
Kershaw Atmos

Kershaw Atmos Lightweight Folding Knife Review

As a fan and frequent user of pocket knives, I’ll admit that I’ve become a bit of a knife-snob over the years. It’s not that a lower-cost knife won’t do, but it becomes more of an issue surrounding the knife’s design, function, and quality that will make or break the deal for me. So, when […]

Review8.5(out of 10)
Kershaw Agile

Kershaw Agile Opens Up Options

Obviously, some knives use better quality materials, and some knives function better than others. But, does the knife I’m carrying cut what I need it to cut? Do the folding mechanisms feel like they can handle just a bit of abuse without falling apart? Is the knife comfortable in my pocket? Is the knife affordable? […]

Review8.9(out of 10)
Klein Tools Electrician's Pocket Knife With Phillips Screwdriver

Klein Electrician’s Pocket Knife With Phillips Screwdriver Review

You probably know we’re big fans of knives considering every member of our Pro team carries one. It’s the folding flipper in particular that we turn to for an EDC, or Every Day Carry, knife. Most people we talk to find once they start carrying one, they really need it only about twenty times a […]