Tanto Knife and Blade Selection
Japanese Tanto knives (or short swords) are characterized by their dagger-like design. The tanto knife first appeared around the year 900, and is a favorite among collectors today. At Knife Depot, you'll find a vast tanto blade selection, including single- and double-edged knives, straight and serrated blades as well as fixed-blade and folding styles. Look through the pages of tanto blades offered to find exactly what you're looking for, whether you prefer a utilitarian blade or a more decorative look. Affordable prices and unparalleled customer service make Knife Depot the best place to find a top-quality tanto knife (or two) to add to your collection.
Great knife. The engraving was faint and hard to read, not like on previous knives we've bought.
I picked this out at the SMKW in Sevierville,Tennessee for my Sweetheart to give me. I was just looking for a knife with single sided handle slim enough to carry every day to the office. They only had the serrated version, which I prefer, as it is more useful. And I prefer a tanto blade. I didn't know I was getting such a famous knife by such a respected designer. I still have it and now that I am retired, I only need to carry it when I don't want a lot of bulk in my front pocket. It could have been a half inch longer and still be OK. But I wouldn't take it anywhere that it might be confiscated.
nice knife for the office! non knife people do not freak out when i use it to open a box or a letter!
Great knife very sharp
I have owned my 06 Fast Folder Tanto for a couple of months. I have a very nice collection of tanto Folders, but the Gerber is my favorite and also my daily carry > It is extremely sharp as I used my Japanese stones on it a bit. It is tough, and quick and very well made ~
Looks good, we'll balanced, good engineering, good operation
Good knife, great for concealment.
I'd like to give this knife a higher rating but I can't. I was looking for a sturdy knife that would last quite a while under average pressure. Unfortunately after only a week or so, the knife began to fall apart, losing two pieces that hold it together. I usually carry the knife around with me but because it's breaking and I don't want to cut myself with it, I've left it at home to use there. The knife still works but I'm sure after some more use, it will break entirely.