The community of folding-knife enthusiasts is a world unto itself, and can be hard to parse. We sliced our way through the thicket of opinions to find some of the better offerings. If you’re in the market for a new utility blade, this Kershaw pocket knife may be what you need.
STARIMCARBON bills their carbon fiber knife as a “gift for Dad or boyfriend.” An elegant thing it certainly is, and it may make for a good conversation starter. We have doubts, however, about its utility.
“Hori” is a Japanese word meaning, “to dig.” You may not associate knives with digging, but that’s precisely this one’s purpose. Hori-hori style knives have a long history of use in Japanese gardening and harvesting practices.
Although finding your ideal knife can be a little challenging, you’ll appreciate it when you find one. In this Shun knives review, we look at the features, pros, and cons of the Classic 8-inch Chef’s Knife.
There are a lot of pocket knives that you can find on the market, and the Emerson Knives CQC-7BW is one beautiful, cleverly-designed, and high-quality folding blade that offers some of the best specifications and features on the market.
Which one should I get? I didn’t want to miss out on an important knife. Nor did I want to buy ones that will stay forever in the block to collect dust.
The three Chicago Cutlery sets all include forged knives, which translates into the best stability and durability. Each of them come with wood block, and a pair of shears. The 18-piece set has a built-in sharpener while the other two come with a sharpening steel each. Note that the block, the sharpening steel, and the shears each counts as one item in the set.