Knives

TSPROF Kadet Expert+ Knife Sharpener Kit review

REVIEW – I am one of the many knife owners who has never mastered using traditional sharpening stones to maintain their knives.  I have tried many different guided sharpening systems over the years and now have a good powered sharpening system, but still need something that is more portable and easier to set up to …

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The Slice box cutter slices boxes open, but not your fingers

NEWS – The Slice is a small box cutter that features a ceramic blade that easily slices through packing tape, but won’t do the same to your fingers like a traditional box cutter knife. The replaceable Slice safety blades are designed to last 11X longer than the regular metal blades that you find in other …

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Morakniv Garberg BlackBlade Survival Kit review – Use it to fight off a bear and start a fire

REVIEW – Ever since bushcraft knives first came to my attention, I’ve been a big fan, mainly because of their incredible versatility. Bushcraft knives are designed specifically to tackle a ton of difficult tasks and are purpose-built for strength and durability. Swedish knifemaker Morakniv has been in the business of making some of the toughest …

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I bet your Swiss Army knife isn’t as cool as the Swiss Army Damast knife

NEWS – Swiss Army knives are a popular stable of many an EDC gear collection, but the new Swiss Champ Damast Limited Edition 2021 multi-tool knife from Victorinox ratchets things up a few levels because this SA knife features black forged carbon scales and a Damascus blade. What is a Damascus blade? Damascus blades are …

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Improve your Swiss Army Knife with a pocket clip

NEWS – The StatGear SwissQlip makes the most recognizable EDC multi-tool even more useful by adding a pocket clip. Available in black or chrome, the SwissQlip is compatible with a variety of 91mm Victorinox knives (check StatGear’s site – link below for the full list. Adding this clip to your knife is simple because it …

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Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener Mk. 2 review

REVIEW – The Work Sharp Original Knife and Tool Electric Sharpener is one of the best tools I own. It has worked perfectly, for years. Work Sharp just came out with an updated version, the Mk. 2. If you’d like to sharpen a knife to paper-shaving sharp in under 5 minutes instead of slow, plodding, …

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SwisslinQ makes your Swiss Army knife easier to carry and use

NEWS – If you have a Victorinox Swiss Army Knife as part of your EDC and you also prefer to keep it on your keychain, you probably know that using a Swiss Army knife while it’s attached to your keyring is a little awkward when the keys get in your way. SwissLinQ was designed to …

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The Samla is WESN’s take on a classic friction-folder knife

NEWS – With knives being an essential element in the kit of most EDC fans, there are many styles, sizes, and types from which you can choose.  Among the many knife makers is WESN with their own impressive array of various products, several of which we’ve reviewed. Their latest release on the horizon is the …

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Tiny Project Pocket Knife review

CROWDFUNDING REVIEW – Here’s something unique to add to your EDC collection! The Tiny Project Pocket Knife is a little fellow. But that build quality… oh, my. This little fellow punches way above its weight class when it comes to construction and style. And it’s completely customizable. To the review! What is it? It’s a …

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This carabiner from CRKT not only clips, but slices and dices

NEWS – Designed by Mike Bond in Honolulu, Hawaii, the Compano (kum-pan-oh) from Columbia River Knife and Tool (aka CRKT) is a tiny knife with a little extra EDC goodness baked in. It features a folding slip joint knife with a 1.42-inch satin-finished steel blade. I really like the black stonewash finish with the bronze …

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