Number of Reviews: 8
Valley Village, CA
Excellent design and craftsmanship. Highly recommended.
Absolutely love this tool As a paramedic/Fire Fighter it has so many uses The versatility of the knife and belt cutter as well as a window punch is absolutely ingenious Not to mention the quality and durability of the CRKT name behind it... Flawless
Powder Springs, GA
This is great tool. I wear it on a radio strap on my chest out of the way and easily accessible.It cuts seat belts easily and breaks car windows with little effort. It is an all around great tool I give it five stars.
This knife was my first purchase from CRKT. The build quality and overall function is excellent. I love the design, function, and ease of use. My only negative is the knife can constrain movement when worn in my front pocket. This only an issue when kneeling to the ground to do something or pick something up. Still this has not stopped me from daily wear and use
Great knife. Everything works as it should, belt cutter is extremely sharp and has no issues. Another high quality CRKT product.
Saint Francis, WI
Great knife, excellent quality
Great knife. Got it for the wife's 72hr bag in her car placed where she can get at it in case of an emergency fits the bill perfectly. Big enough to where if she has to use it in self defence it will serve as a physical deterant in itself. She loves the grip aggressive without being abrasive. Tested the belt cutter on some old 1/8th in leather and went through with a breeze. I enthusiasticly recommend this knife for anyone's survival knife.
Got this amazing knife in the mail the other day. Despite the size this bad boy is my new EDC. As always the blade arived razor sharp and the finish is outstanding I love the orange grips making this knife stand out from the others. The "belt cutter" is usable from "blade open" or "blade closed" position but is tucked away to where you don't risk snagging it on something unwanted. Altough I havn't had a chance to use the Carbide Window Breaker I wouldn't doubt it's ability to smash a window with a solid hit. Lastly anyone out there wondering about the orange grips "standing out" or being "overly noticed". When the knife is seated into your pocket using the clip to hold it there's only about 1/2 an inch of orange showing. Not to mention my shirt covers it 99% of the time.