|Item Weight||6.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 1.1 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||62055|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Gear Aid Buri Camp and Utility Knife with Drop Point Blade, Orange
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- TI-coated 3” blade with straight and serrated edges for cutting through multiple types of jobs
- The full tang blade is made with 420 stainless steel
- Quick-release sheath with removable belt clip attaches to backpacks, belts, and boots
- Use a lanyard to tie the knife around your wrist, or the sheath around your neck to get fast access when you need it
- 8” full tang knife weighs 5.2 oz and has a butt end glass breaker and MOLLE compatible sheath make it a great survival knife
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From the manufacturer
Built for Adventure
Camp with peace of mind in hand with a utility knife that cuts through any job or jam.
Strong & Tough
Designed with a serrated blade and thumb grip, this full-tang knife won’t slip and break under pressure.
Multipurpose Camp Knife
Slice fruit or spread condiments then flip over to use the bottle opener when its time to relax and unwind.
Attach virtually anywhere using its quick-release sheath or removable belt clip.
Designed for avid outdoorsmen and women, the Buri delivers big cutting power in a compact form. Use this well-balanced utility knife to cut line, slice food, break glass, and open bottles. The full tang blade is ultra-strong and will not break under pressure. With multiple retention points, you can attach this knife and sheath virtually anywhere. Whether it’s your first camping trip or your annual hunting expedition, be ready with a camp knife at your fingertips.
Weighing less than 6 ounces, the Buri is a lightweight and versatile survival tool and camp knife. With its compact, razor-sharp and tough 3” titanium-coated blade the Buri can take on multiple jobs during one backcountry trip. Knife includes an acetal sheath and handle that comes in black or a high-vis orange, making it easily visible even in low light environments.
Gear Aid makes hard-working products that go the distance – glue that outlasts your boots, patches that never peel away, water repellents that work all-season, and portable electronics that give light and power for days. Gear Aid knives are built to last and designed to withstand the toughest outdoor adventures be it on land or in water.
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The things that I like: This is a very well-made knife has a full-tang blade which means that the metal of the blade goes all the way to the top of the handle which makes it very secure (if the handle is well molded and attached to the blade and it appears to be on this knife). Also, the blade arrives very sharp: I did a few basic tests from just slicing open a box to cutting nylon rope. This is a sharp knife and the blade is nicely machined. I also like the sheath a lot. The knife fits very tightly into the sheath and I would say that if you put it in carefully there is almost zero chance you will lose the knife from the sheath even on a long day of hiking, etc. The knife fits so tightly, in fact, that you have to give it a good yank to get it out, so be careful to hold the sheath with one hand if necessary--it's almost too tight. Also, the sheath has a clip and several loops for strapping it to a belt or backpack. All good stuff.
A few things I don't like. I find the handle comfortable and nicely shaped, but it feels slippery to me. Plastic handles are good because they last forever but if your hands are wet, you could easily run your hand down on the blade and you absolutely don't want to do that. Also, the metal belt clip is so tight that I couldn't get it to slip over anything. I tried to slip it onto a pair of jeans, but no way. A tight clip is a great thing, prevents you from losing the knife, but if you can't attach it to anything, it can be frustrating.
Things I'm neutral on: The bottle opener and the glass breaker seem like almost useless add on thoughts to me because while I think everyone should carry a glass breaker (I live near a tidal river, if someone drove in, I'd want to be able to get them out), but I'm just not sure how you'd hold the knife backwards (safely) with enough of a grip to break glass. Awkward at best. And the bottle opener? Same thing. You have to reverse your grip on the handle to use it and then you run the risk of cutting yourself to open a bottle. I'll stick with twist-tops.
Overall, it's hard to fault this knife for its quality, it is super sharp and beautifully crafted, but I just don't like the handle that much because it is slippery. Gear Aid needs to rethink that handle and find a rougher surface. I'm thinking that 3.5 stars is a more accurate rating, but because of the quality and if you buy it knowing some of the issues, I'll be generous and give it four stars. This knife is strong enough and durable enough to save your life and compared to a few cheaper knives that I own, that's worth the extra half star.
The extra secured sheath has its uses, like I said above, it releases fast if needed, which I like. But it also serves as hand protector when one needs to use the knife as a bottle opener, or more urgently as a glass breaker. But the tightness of the belt clip is an issue, it needs some forcing before being clipped into a belt. So, I’m glad that it can be easily removed, or installed via a single screw that holds it to the sheath. I have a belt that has a pouch to hold a hunting knife, so I removed the clip holder.
The handle lacks the secured grip I prefer in a knife, but since most of the time I wear gloves when I'm in the woods, I'm not concerned. I might wrap some leather strips around the handle for those times when I don't wear the gloves. Anyway, in all, it's a good knife for taking for camping, and when in the city, to keep it in the car.
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