|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||5.1 x 1.8 x 1 inches|
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|Item model number||25-4180|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Blade Length||3.25 inches|
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- Pocket-sized tactical folding knife with combination straight and serrated blade
- 3.25-inch stainless steel blade stamped with Whetstone Cutlery. (beware knockoffs without stamped blade, Martial Arts Land,qswords, SDN retail)
- Knife measures 4.5 inches long folded and eight inches long overall
- Comes with belt clip
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The easy to open Black Firm Tactical Pocket Knife from Whetstone Cutlery offers great quality and usability at budget-friendly price point. The knife's easy to open blade opens easily for use and locks securely for safety. Constructed of quality stainless steel, the 3.25-inch blade has a pointed end for puncturing, a plain edge for slicing, and serration at the base for sawing. Measuring eight inches open and 4.5 inches closed, the knife fits easily into a pocket or can be kept handy at your side with its convenient belt clip. All REAL Whetstone Cutlery items come with "Whetstone Cutlery" stamped on the blade. Always look for this for real Whetstone Cutlery items! (BEWARE knockoffs/counterfeiters like Martial Arts Land, eTrading, SDN retail, qswords, morethanever, they sell cheap knockoffs without whetstone branded products) This stainless steel super knife is a must-have for anyone who appreciates a quality pocket folder at a great price.
This stainless steel super knife is a must have for anyone who appreciates a quality pocket folder at a great price. It features a blade which opens and securely locks into place and also a convenient belt clip so it will always be at your side. Features: 3.25” stainless steel blade, 4.5” folded, 8” opened, belt clip included.
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Had the first for a couple of years now and still work like new. Great texture, weight, and I am very fond of the hefty spring. Good for one hand opens.
I don't know what some of these other people posting did to break theirs or why they thought a ten dollar knife was supposed to be the best that this planet has to offer, but mine is working almost as well as my $200 work knife for what I use it for - boxes/packaging/some yard work/etc....It dulls faster but other than that....I think as long as you aren't trying to chop wood or throw it in a meat grinder you'll be fine with this one.
To the people complaining about quality: You should expect to get what you pay for and knives can go into the hundreds. For ten dollars, this knife is a very good quality. It doesn't hurt to take a little care of your toys either.
okay i came back and gave a better rating i found most of the problem was the two peice pin that screws together came loose while working with the knife. star head ,it was a t10 but its probably gonna come loose again so some locktite will do the job,hopefully. im gonna look for some metal washers replace the plastic ones. my thinking is that they have plastic washers is because they don't corrode and they cost less when making the knife,the lock slipping by was because of being loose. when you get this new, at first it might not lock all the way, i just gave mine a good flick a couple times to break it in and then the blade locked and unlocked just a tip
The hilt is comfortable enough in the hand, and the hatching in the plastic scales does provide acceptable grip. The blade moves freely on it's pivot through it's entire arc. Also, the measurements given for blade length are true, measuring the length of the actual cutting edge rather than the entire length from hilt to tip. The liner lock, when engaged, is secure without any wobble or movement.
However, there are several problems with the fit and finish of the knife:
1. several places where the plastic scales were marred when their retaining pins were inserted,
2. barely acceptable edge on the blade,
3. the liner lock does not catch unless the blade is flicked out HARD - it will NOT engage when using the thumb stud,
4. the thumb stud is very loose, rotating under slight pressure and preventing manipulation of the blade from the closed position,
5. blunted tip,
6. uneven blade geometry - more material was removed from one side than the other,
7. several blemishes in blade coating,
8. the scales and the liner do not line up.
It should be mentioned the steel is incredibly soft, possible 420 or similar. While it does sharpen readily, it also dulls and nicks almost immediately.
Overall, this knife serves to the level of it's construction. I would not count on it to last long under rugged use, but it's price makes it easily enough replaced. For an everyday tool, it's fine, but not for much more than that.
I keep one in each car, since I eat apples on the go a lot, and need something cool to cut off the bruises with.
The spring assist has not failed me yet! There isn't even any rust on the blade, despite the apple residue.
The only comment I would make to the manufacturer is that (for a lefty) I wish the pocket clip could be moved to the other side because when drawing it from the pocket I need to flip it around to use my index finger on the tab which opens the blade. I got use to it but I would loved to have the clip on the other side. Bottom line - buy this rather than letting your ego tell you that you 'need' to drop $60-$80 on a name brand knife - especially if you're left handed.
PS: Just bought three more of these for spares. Again, you won't be disappointed.