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Leatherman Crater C33 Folding Knife


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  • 420HC Stainless steel, drop-point
  • Bottle opener/carabiner clip, removable pocket clip
  • 60% glass-filled nylon
  • Thumb stud
  • Locking liner
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Product Description

Sometimes all you need is a simple, lightweight, quick to deploy knife and with the Crater® C33 folding knife, that is what you get. Perfect size, perfect feel in your hand, perfect price.Removable pocket clip..Blade length: 2.6"" / 6.6 cm..Size: 3.94"" / 10 cm..Weight: 2.36 oz..

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 5.2 x 3 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001EYU4IY
  • Item model number: 8600140
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,829 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)


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Customer Reviews

I'd recommend it to anyone looking of a quality made knife.
Bill W
This is a perfect little knife for anyone who's looking for a EDC utility knife to help with the daily chores around the house or work or the farm.
Rakesh
As for the knife blade itself, it's quite sharp, sturdy and easy to open and close with one hand.
Mungbean

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Wahoo on August 10, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Let me start by saying that I purchased the c33 for my son, who has come to the age of owning his own knife. I've been carrying the e300 for the last 4-5 years as my everyday carry knife. I knew exactly what differences the c33 has compared to the e300 and purposely purchased it.

The blade and bottle opener/clip is identical to my e300. I don't know if the blade is high carbon steel or not, but it does a great job of holding an edge. I've used and abused my knife everyday, from opening cardboard boxes and plastic packaging to gutting/skinning deer, antelope, and steelhead. Only twice have I abused the blade enough to create a nick, requiring to do some serious sharpening with a stone. For the most part I've been able to use a steel or ceramic hone to bring the edge back.

The bottle opener works great, but the clip doesn't work well. I wouldn't recommend packing this knife on your belt loop. The c33 does not have the open assist. If you are buying this for yourself, spend the extra money on the c33l.

Lastly, a plug to buy american. All Leatherman knives and multitools are made in Portland, OR. Leatherman is offering a price affective pocket knife, giving no one an excuse to buy a knife made in a different country. I'm not affiliated with them at all, but please support American jobs.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kingfu72 on September 7, 2010
Color Name: Black
I bought this knife on closeout at Target for $17.00. Very good construction and lightweight. I have had it for a year now and it sharpens easily. I have not used the carabiner for an opener but have clipped it to my backpack and it works well. It opens/closes easily and I can not find anything wrong with this knife, especially for the price.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Georgandis on May 12, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I hang this knife from my belt when I'm working, and it comes in very handy. Good look and feel. Easy to open and close. It's exactly what I expected.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Rippens on February 26, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
PROS:
Price
Made in USA
Good size and weight
Useful for edc or light camping tasks
Bonus carabiner and bottle opener

CONS:
Difficult to open one handed as it came very tight (though it loosened up a bit after some use)
Blade did not come super-sharp
Scales look/feel cheap and the inside edges are a bit sharp
In closed position, tab for carabiner can be bothersome when using knife
Pocket clip comes loose

Overall this is a good knife for the price. I've used it on a hiking trip, making dinner and for a few other edc tasks. It performs well cutting food, opening letters, packages, etc. I really don't like the cheap, plasticy feel of the handles. They are a bit slick and the inside edges are sharp. They also flex when you squeeze the knife. I'm considering making some scales out of hardwood to replace the stock handles.

Although I like the design of the flip-out carabiner, it's a bit small and the wire feels flimsy and doesn't line up well. Also, the tab to open it rubs against my palm in an irritating way when I open and handle the knife. If you keep the -biner open though, it adds some welcome length to the handle which improves comfort and purchase while using the blade. I am happy that the bottle opener works well enough--not amazing, but better than the opener on my Leatherman Micra.

After a couple days, the pocket clip began to wiggle side-to side. Perhaps this is because I was using it for leverage to open the blade (which came pretty tight from the factory.) I removed the clip since I don't wear this knife in my pocket, but this made it harder to open the knife and I didn't like the look of the empty screw holes.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By g.macdonnell on February 4, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This Leather Crater c33 is a fantastic little working knife. It doesn't cost much, but it's quite rugged, takes a great edge, and is VERY well made. It has the features that really count, such as phosphor bronze bushings, light weight , (2.4oz), ergonomic handles, (even for my larger hands,) a tough, tip-up clip, and a great blade of USA-made Crucible 420 high-carbon stainless, (like Buck uses.) Best of all, unlike most cheap folders, there is absolutely no play in the blade, and with the phosphor bronze washers, and Torx pivot, it's likely to stay that way.I know some knife guys don't like 420HC, which I can understand in a higher-end knife, where you want the ultimate edge and retention. But for a daily-carry knife that's gonna see a lot of light to moderate use, and occasional heavy use, the C33 is perfect. I know knives pretty well, and appreciate many types. I own some nice knives from higher-end makers like Randall, Benchmade, Spyderco and ESEE as well as high-value workhorses like Opinel, Mora, (my favorite bargains,) and of course, Buck.

I'd firmly place this Leatherman c33 in the latter category. I do a lot of work with knives, and my EDC gets A LOT of use. My c33 has been one of the best buys in knives I've made in a long time, and I'd highly recommend it. For price and weight reasons, it doesn't have full steel liners, and the stop pin is integrated into the liner lock, but the FRN handles are so tough that for basic use, this doesn't bother me. I wouldn't recommend any twisting motions with the knife, ( well, that's ALWAYS A BAD IDEA WITH A KNIFE,) because the FRN does flex a little bit, and you could possibly unlock the blade that way.

Does anyone ever use the bottle opener on these things?
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