In 2004, Spyderco took a huge risk and 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...]
As we're huge knife fans, we do a large number of knife reviews on this blog, many of which are pocket knives (usually the folding everyday carry/EDC knife variety). The following are all the reviews we've done of pocket knives.
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!
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 … [Read more...]
Throughout the past three years blogging here, I have had countless requests to review the SOG Flash II. It's definitely one of the most popular mainstream EDC knives, and while I normally try to cater to my readers in terms of gear to buy, I admit I have dragged my feet … [Read more...]
The Cold Steel Finn Wolf has, by a considerable margin, been my most requested knife to review. If you've ever checked out this bad boy - this makes perfect sense. I have owned this folder for nearly a year now, and have been mulling what to scribble about it since day one. … [Read more...]
It's no secret to those who have stumbled even for a moment on this blog before that I have long been a Spyderco fanboy. Regardless of the sometimes undeserved high price or sporadic quality issues that Spydercos at times have, I maintain that Spyderco's product line is a … [Read more...]
The Cold Steel Hold Out II is what happens when the sick minds over at Cold Steel HQ look at a classic Scottish Sgian Dubh dirk knife and think to themselves, "What happens if we drenched it in tactical sauce and made it folding?" - well, wonder no more. This is one of the … [Read more...]
Hot on the heels of my Cold Steel Voyager Tanto XL review I now bring you the review for the Vaquero version of the same knife. Superficially, these two knives may seem quite similar due to the identical handles, however, as you will soon find out, the Cold Steel Voyager … [Read more...]
The SOG Vulcan is my first SOG knife to review, I don't know why it took me so long to get around to it seeing as I have owned this particular knife for nearly 2 years, but better late than never, eh? The Vulcan is one of the better made/higher end SOG folding knives that … [Read more...]
The Spyderco Des Horn was one of the most interesting designs Spyderco produced in a long time when it came out. Unfortunately, as I scribble down this review, it did get discontinued. I mention this because it is still available in a few places (like on Amazon for now), and … [Read more...]
Very few knives have been requested to be reviewed on this blog quite as much as the Cold Steel XL series of Voyager knives. I was always apprehensive with regards to reviewing them as they can be perceived (whether justly or unjustly, I will leave that up to you) as more of … [Read more...]