Coleman Single Blade Folding Knives

Coleman Single Blade Folding Knives
4.5
4875

Purchased a knife as a Christmas gift and I have to say I was please with I as well as the person I got it for. Definitely makes a great gift.

I really like this little knife and I take it by Kershaw's release of all the different color options, I'd say many others like it as well. It is a great little piece of kit, both well made and at a great price. I primarily use mine in my edc rotation. Though I must say, the "multi-tool" aspect of it, in this case the screwdriver edge is a little aggressive sticking out the top of my pocket. I think its natural habitat is tucked away in your jeans watch pocket. Frees up your main pocket for other gadgets and stuff. Its my go to for hanging out with friends in a semi formal atmosphere. Great for fancy cheese and dark beer. Tactical enough to lift any cap and slice through any Dijon whatnot yet cute enough not to make people think you think you're Rambo. Get one of these if you don't already have one. they come in almost every color configuration you would want and there's more colors on the way.

Fits good in my hand, super shave sharp. Just a solid performer.

Very nice a little small for my, but my wife snatched it up and enjoys it.

My grandchildren gave this to their Dad for Christmas. He loves it! He collects knives so he was thrilled to have one especially engraved for him by his kids. The quality is very good and the knife arrives very sharp. The time between ordering and delivery was excellent especially since it was during the Holidays. We would definitely buy from your company again.

Great product, delivered on time with a short turnaround. Highly recommend.

Bought as a gift. Beautiful, functional, not at all disappointed.

Gorgeous knife, exactly as described. Very heavy, solid workmanship. Nice leather sheath. An Xmas present for my 13 y.o. son; it was his favorite gift by far.

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