I tend to alternate between using this knife and my Leek for every-day use. The blade is really nice, and the handle feels surprisingly strong despite being plastic. Can’t beat this quality for the price.
Pros: Ease of Opening, Pocket Clip, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
My favorite knife
I LOVE this knife. The steel isn't gonna win any awards, but it doesn't need to. I have carried knives for a long time and used them for a lot of different things, but one thing they are not good at is being a makeshift screwdriver. This is how I chipped my Kershaw Kurai. The shuffle has a pry-bar/flathead screwdriver on the end of it and a bottle opener. I haven't needed the bottle opener but the pry-bar is a fantastic addition. As for the actual blade, a blackwash finish makes it rugged enough for you to put through its paces but still nice to look at, the lockup is solid and there is no play. The blade comes sharp and stays that way well enough. The action is surprisingly nice for such a budget folder, and the ergonomics are really quite decent. The reversible deep carry pocket clip is a godsend for a lefty like me. Overall, my favorite and most utilitarian knife to date.
Great knife for the price. The bottle opener is very handy. It's a little difficult to open for me due to the size and it was a little tight at first. Feels good in the hand, and the color is pretty neat.
Pros: Pocket Clip, Blade Material, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
I really like this knife
This lightweight, handy pocket knife is just what I needed for around the barn. It fits easily into my back pocket, so it is handy if I want to cut some hay strings, but it is out of the way so I don't feel it when I am riding my horse. I like the color and the price was excellent.
Pros: Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Overall Quality
Cons: Pocket Clip, None
Nice little blade
Bought this purely for its size and looks, love it. Fits nicely in the hand but you have to be careful with your finger so close to the edge in the choil, definitely not a primary knife but a fun little backup.
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