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par kangnguyen » Mercredi 04 Décembre 2019 5:13

Review for KATSU Handmade Steel Japanese Folding Knife


When talking about the top folding knives, it’s not hard to think that one might be coming from famous brands like Spyderco or Karambit. But the true answer might surprise you, as the answer doesn’t come from any of those brands. It doesn’t come from any of the Western brands, in fact. Let’s travel the world a bit further, and meet this mighty warrior fella right below.

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FEATURES

  • D2 steel tool handmade knife with unbelievably extra razor-sharp edge
  • High quality nylon for sheathing to ensure the bet protection and comfort
  • Traditional Japanese-style design with the efficient opening mechanism
  • Bamboo-pattern handle to enhance gripping
  • Pocket clip for convenience and easy access
  • Durable edge that is very corrosion resistant
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OVERVIEW

The spotlight for this review shines on a pocket knife model coming from the Land of Rising Sun itself. And that is this KATSU Handmade Steel Japanese Folding Knife. The high quality D2 steel that it’s made from ensures that the knife will always maintain very strong durability and reliability even if it’s used frequently everyday. The peculiar shape design of the blade makes the cuts from the knife very smooth and clean, and you can potentially use it as a substitute razor.

That also means you should be extra careful when handling it though. Do remember to sheath it with its protective nylon sheath every time after you’re done with using it. The bamboo-style pattern on the handle part of the knife helps to prevent any slipping by accident and reduce potential injuries to yourself. And this part also has a pocket clip on its end to add to your overall convenience and secure portability. Or you can simply carry it around given how compact it already is.

The blade can be released simply with one hand by pressing on the traditional Japanese style lever. This design makes it incredibly fast to unfold the sharp blade safely without any interference from friction. The lightweight frame of the knife makes it very ideal for heavy duty jobs because the light weight helps you to control the knife better. That, and the aforementioned sharp cuts from this knife make it very easy to swiftly finish what a normal knife would struggle.

The fact this is so light and yet can take care easily of the heavy jobs of bulkier knives makes this one a very versatile knife and suitable for taking on any kinds of jobs. You would literally only need this one at home as it can replace your whole knife collection. There’s no reason to not call it the best pocket knives in the world Image already by now. It’s simply that amazing.

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CONCLUSION

Heralded from the land known for detailed quality to the most miniscule, it’s no surprise that this KATSU Japanese folding knife performs so spectacularly. It’s truly the world's best rated pocket knives Image. And it’s looking forward to making you its acquaintance though a tool store near you.

kangnguyen

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Re: Rwanda ?

par vasco » Mercredi 04 Décembre 2019 21:35

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par vasco » Mercredi 04 Décembre 2019 21:38

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