Joseph Rodgers & Sons 2-Blade Pocket Knives
Nice compact 2 bladed knife. Having my grand-daughters name on it was a real plus!
What a great knife! The fit and finish is perfect. The blades are centered in the liners and both blades open and close with authority. The edges were pretty good as received but stropped to razor sharpness in a couple of minutes. Made in the USA too! If you're looking for a large, high quality slip joint, get this knife.
For the price, I should give this knife a higher rating. It really is a decent pocket knife but I'm kinda picky about my blades. My first beef is...Why would you put the nail nick on the secondary blade behind the primary blade? Very difficult to open the back blade when you can't get to the nail nick. It should be on the other side. Second complaint is the brass shackle...it wasn't de-burred and was quite sharp. The blades were ground properly so even though the knife wasn't very sharp, it wasn't a big deal to bring it to a decent edge. The wood scales are nicely fitted to the brass bolsters and buffed up well. Overall, a good pocket knife that needs a little help...Give one a good home!
My husband loves the knife I got him for Christmas. It arrived quickly. And is of good quality.
It was a gift for someone who always carries a pocket knife but always her dad's, never her own. Now she has it and loves it. The brass ends and barrel wood were tightly crafted, and the blade was sharp enough to shave with out of the box (I, a man, tested it, not her). The action was a bit tight for a woman's delicate hands, so either it'll loosen up she'll toughen up, only time will tell. I would buy another knife from Knife Depot in a heart beat.
Bought this knife for my Dad he loves it he carries it all the time in his pocket lightweight easy to use.
The knife was what I expected it to be, I was very pleased with it. The service from the vendor was very good and he did exactly what he had promised, I'll use him again in the future.
This has been a good knife so far. I use it often and it has kept a fine edge. I like the fact that it is stamped Solingen Germany unlike so many of their other knives. It remains to be seen if it stands up to use as their older Solingen knives have.
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