Coleman Single Blade Folding Knives
This is a classy knife of good workmanship. It is a very attractive piece and extremely lightweight. As a knife in my opinion must be an extremely durable utility tool, I rated it a 4. This knife is way to pretty for harsh use. I find it an excellent carry with business/dress clothing. Otherwise, I'll have to stick with my trusty Benchmade.
If I could give this Spyderco 10 stars I would! Superior quality. Nice weight to it. Blade stays tight no matter how much you use it. Beautiful knife. VG-10 blade is the superior blade steel in hi-end knives. Get one.... you will not be disappointed!
Very nice and very practical. I carry this knife for normal everyday work.
Excellent EDC. Perfect size, functionality, and weight. Very easy to open & close unless your a moron! Use the flipper to open. The so-called thumb studs are actually the blade stop. Their not suppose to be used to open the knife! Easy to sharpen. Well built knife. Worth every penny.
Very nice knife, and I'm very happy with it.
Great knife. Lightweight and very comfortable to carry . Would recommend knife to anybody
Very satisfied! Awesome knife and great customer service updates on delivery.
Solid knife,really like assisted open was worth the money, good "oops" don't care about engraving, still a good knife that my wife carries.
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