|Item Weight||4.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||SLP2|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Three Year Limited Warranty|
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Tool Logic SLP2 Tactical Folding 1/2 Serrated Knife With LED Flashlight, Magnesium Fire Starter and Signal Whistle, Silver
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- Combination Folding blade knife from tool logic
- 3 inch partially serrated blade with easy-open thumb notch
- Magnesium alloy fire starter rod
- 3-inch, 50/50 serrated stainless steel with satin blade bead blast finish
- Brilliant white LED flashlight and fire starter
- Loud emergency signal whistle
- Flashlight is waterproof for shallow immersion and is ideal for work in low light situations
- Rugged frame lock and pocket/belt clip
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My opinion, this is an excellent combination knife and tool for its purpose. Grind and steel are excellent. Liner lock is ideal for its function. LED is amazingly tiny and functional. Grip and finish details are nice. Plastic components are good material.
I have only one ironic criticism. The stainless alloy in the blade does not provide an adequate spark from the magnesium rod. A lower grade steel sparks far better. It's not a fundamental problem, just something the owner needs to know so they can carry a short piece of hacksaw blade or some other odd piece of steel to work the firestarter.
Good price - lots of value - great for your bug out emergency kit.
Overall Construction: Has proven durable despite drops, with minimal scuffing on the tool body itself. I keep it in my front jeans / khakis pocket with the clip hanging it on my pocket. As another reviewer notes, using the clip in this manner does make the knife ride a little high--you have about an inch of the tool visible. This has not been a problem for me--it makes the flashlight head accessible so I can actually turn it on while still clipped (though it won't turn on accidentally). You can also grip the hole in the blade before you start to pull it out; this allows me to start to open the blade while pulling it out in one fluid motion. Because so much of the tool is visible, however, with the clip, it does limit my desire to clip it to my front pocket when wearing, say, a suit.
Blade: I have been pleased with the quality of the blade's steel. It came sharp and held a working edge for a fairly long time.Read more ›
The whistle is kinda hokey- wouldn't provide a loud enough sound as compared to some of the inexpensive survival whistles already out there, but a neat concept, and there if needed.
The flashlight uses little batteries I've never seen before, I have yet to see if hard to find, but I'm sure they're out there.
Additional Edit 12/23/07- Bought the little watch batteries (4) as a backup for later, almost as expensive as the device they're meant for, and the little plastic sleeve they fit into seems to be a single use item, so we'll see................
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great knife and features, but batteries are a pain to find replacements.Published 2 months ago by TMan
It's a little more cheaply made than I thought it would be and for $35 it doesn't feel like it would hold up very well. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kristie
I couldn't find the instructions for the fire starter. Overall a good knife and the little light is actually very brightPublished 6 months ago by chloe torres
The knife was a gift for my nephew that likes to collect different knives. He loved this one with the flash light and fire starter. I would recommend this product.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I live the practical and handsome knife. I always wear it with me. 100% Recomotation!Published 9 months ago by user
I've only bought a few things from Amazon but have been completely satisfied with there timeliness and there pricingPublished 10 months ago by Marc Risbara