The Lansky World Legal is one of the more interesting knives in my newly started “slipjoint” collection. The name “World Legal” implies a sense of legislative submission or social neutering, as if to say, “It’s so harmless, it’s world legal!” As you can see quite clearly with your own two eyes, this is world legal based… Read More
Slip Joint Knives
Of those, these are the knives that are slip joints. Take a look through, and if there's a knife you want a review of that isn't already up here, comment on a post or contact us to let us know.
In 2004, Spyderco took a huge risk an Add Contact Form d introduced the UK friendly UK Pen Knife (UKPK) for the first time. It was G-10 with a premium blade steel and in all ways but one, it fit the Spyderco line up. The primary difference being of course its lack of a lock. Historically… Read More
Since arriving back in the UK, my EDC choices have become quite heavily restricted by British Legislation. Instead of moping around the house clutching my over-sized Cold Steels, however, I took the opportunity to go out and buy some UK legal folders instead. Now, with over a dozen knives that fit this category, I’m no longer as… Read More
When the Spyderco Bug was announced I admittedly scoffed at the idea of a sub 3 inch (total length!) folder. What on earth could anyone do with a 1.27 inch blade? And yet, this tiny knife kept popping up in other people’s pocket dumps and EDC showcases… So here I am – reviewing something I originally… Read More
Out of the entire Case catalog, no knife stands out to me quite as much as the Seahorse Whittler. With its unique primary blade and unorthodox proportions, I saw it and just had to test it out myself. After a number of months of owning it, it’s actually become my main around-the-house everyday carry. I really don’t… Read More