Number of Reviews: 12
Saint Peter, MN
This knife is the perfect representation of CRKT's comitment to quality. I own a lot of CRKT knives -- and intend on owning a lot more. I bought this little knife after taking a haitus for a little while. Oh my goodness, when I received this knife, it was a huge reminder of how great CRKT knives are. This particulat knife, the 'Stubby' is one of those examples of getting a lot of value in a small package. But don't underestimate it's impact. It is fully load with a very sharp blade all around.
CRKT -- thank you Thank you for representing quality. It is exactly what our country needs. You guys are doing a great job out there. Your Facebook and other social media endeavors are really doing well. And thank you for bringing another CRKT fanatic back into the fold
great little knife,my wife even has one for her purse
Rio Rancho, NM
A very good friend of mine found one of these knives and bragged about its stoutness. I came to CRKT and noticed the sale and purchased a handful of these. Great fitment, super design and an all around handyman's perfect companion. Way to go Jon Graham, you totally knocked this out of the park It's an exceptional offering and a quality gift for any member of the family
Jensen Beach, FL
Great little knife. Very sharp, and a great carry for everyday use.
This knife is awesome.Sharp.Nice design.Framelock is good.Nice price.
San Rafael, CA
I bought this knife because I have the Stubby Pocket Razel. I figured a folding version would be the ultimate carry knife. I was somewhat wrong, but this is an awesome blade. The Subby Pocket Razel is likely better suited for overall woodworking projects, or if you're going to wear/carry it on any sort of belt. The Stubby Folding Razel is a better overall project knife, I found the thumb grooves on the back great for stripping wires. It's a little too thick and bulky to be the ultimate carry knife. The scales make it feel thick and while it looks nice, the scales feel like they might shatter if dropped. I keep thinking nicely designed mahogany scales would have been killer. But it's a great product. Got one for my Dad for Father's Day, so def recommend it.
Prescott Valley, AZ
I purchased a stubby folding razel with the # 4020rh. After first look I put it back in box and consigned it to storage. After talking to a friend and seeing his I am taking it back out for rebuilding. First off I removed the clip so it fits in the watch pocket on my jeans. second I am giving consideration to making new scales. What I am really looking at the most is getting it sharp enough. Properly sharpened by my friend this is a really good pocket carver. Great concept and I am going to hang on to it. 2star out of the box, would have been four if it was a sharp as its Razor namesake.
I Bought this because I have a property maintenance business and was thinking I could use the flat end for the many time I have to scrape things. Well I am pleased to say I use this knife all the time, every day and for many different jobs. The 90 degree point is strong and can be used where normal points are too week. It can easily be opened with one hand. The little nub you push to start the opening of the blade is wonderful and works great. This is my Favorite knife. I carry it in a little self made scabbard with a little pen along side. My two most useful tools. If you guys can make a Knife/Pen scabbard do it. You will like it. The only thing I can say negative about this knife is that it sets thick in the scabbard. I am used to small thin knives so it may be me. Buy it. You will like
New York, NY
Like a previous reviewer, I love the blade and the overall design, but the ram horn scales cracked after being dropped once. I'm not sure if this is a user error thing or what, but the blade also seems to be seated improperly inside the frame--it scrapes against the inner liner whenever deployed.
Despite all this it really is a nice little knife, and the 90 degree point ends up being surprisingly useful.
Just got this knife last night but already love the design. I had seen another review for the gigantic Razel SS7 and was intrigued by the chisel tip but didn't need that much knife so started exploring. What I really wanted was the larger folder that has been discontinued, but I figured the price was right to at least give this a try. I like the stubby but hope they release the larger 4035 again, I'll snatch it up in a heartbeat. Push comes to shove I may have to just go through Graham Knives directly... though the price is daunting.