2-Blade Pocket Knives

For those times when one blade just won't cut it, a knife with two blades is the only way to go. Our selection of 2-blade pocket knives gives you an array of options to help you instantly switch between a nuanced task like whittling and a more brute job like carving. We carry 2-blade pocket knives with countless combinations of blade types, such as pen blades, spey blades, drop point blades and more, so you can find the perfect match for your needs.

Our 2-blade pocket knives are great for everything, from camping trips to everyday use around the house.

Need help finding the best knife? Check out our best pocket knife guide or read up on everything you need to know about pocket knives to make your own informed decision. And thanks to our 60-day, money-back guarantee, you can buy your knife with confidence.

2-Blade Pocket Knives
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CASE, A good working mans knife.

Great knife, not the one I thought I was buying (i wanted a larger one).

I've owned Old Timer knives off & on for 40 years and have always been satisfied. This knife is a good size for a pocket knife. It's larger than a pen knife, but small enough that you don't need a sheath. I like a 2 bladed knife, with opposing blades, and this one fits the bill. The blades are almost as long as the closed knife, whereas some knives look long but have shorter blades. These blades are thin, sharp, and pointed, and do not dull easily. The ribbed, 2 tone handle with the words "Old Timer" inset is curved so it fits my hand when cutting or slicing. This is not a flashy knife, but rather a nice looking working knife that fits all my needs.

My knives were delivered on time and the quality of the metal etching was perfect. The employees at the Knife Depot were great to work with.

Wouldn't be without it

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