Number of Reviews: 12
I just recently purchased this knife and i absolutely love it.Its light weight and razor sharp. i hardly even know its around my neck. Thanks for another great knife
Just got this, love it. I have a older neck/P.E.C.K. But this is a bit larger and has a grip. Fantastic neck knife while flyfishing. Cuts leaders, cleans fish, whatever the task. I recommend.
Very nice little knife. With it's lack of blade belly,it won't ever be much of a wood carver,but it's still great for everything else.Spears those stuck olives right out of that narrow little jar with it's long extended point-and slits open envelopes with the greatest of ease with its supersharp edge too It's just nice to carry it in a pocket all day and have it handy around the home/office etc.Kudos to Allen Folts and C.R.K.T. on this one.
great knife alaways have i with me fishing and hunting. very handy sharp knife. nice handle and sheath.
I have not used this much yet. Longer than my normal knife but it mosly just sits in the drawer and waits for somthing that needs to be cut.
i just bought the SPEW and was really excited about my purchase. great little knife and perfect for the applications i have in mind. ive always been impressed with CRKTs quality
I currently have a half dozen CRKT knives. My "everyday" choice is the SPEW, followed by the M16-13SF. The SPEW makes an excellent low-profile small belt knife ( I peel core an apple everyday, except for the tilt/angle and narrow width of the belt adapter. Most jeans chinos have belt loops 1 5/8ths" or 2" wide. I had to purchase a narrow belt to wear the SPEW and must remove the buckle keeper to fit on. Once on, the angle shifts and the sheath acquires an angled gap separating it from the belt attachment allowing it to snag. If the apparatus could be a little wider to accept"standard" belt width and the "gap/snag" challenge reduced, I would happily purchase a couple more.
The M16-13SDF is handy and accessible, however, while the pocket clip works well, it would be excellent to have the option of an unobtrusive secure case to wear on a belt or attach upside down on gear one-handed. At 63, I probably have 40 to 50 blades of different utility designs. It would also be nice (wish list)if you offered non-reflection black coating on more of your products. Thank you, response requested. Aloha
El Reno, OK
The shape of the knife is most pleasing to the eye. In my opinion, the blade could be about an eighth inch shorter. Outside of that, why don't you make a larger version? Over all, I would rate it 4.5
I am very pleased with my wharncliffe, the only thing I don't care for is the name. S.P.E.W. ??? Still, it is lightweight, compact,wicked sharp and the grip appears to be non-slip, both by material and design.( finger and thumb cut outs and grooving) Even with the included sheath, the knife is so small it disappears in your pocket - or boot, or around your neck or strapped to gear, yet pops out instantly when needed, and is long enough to do a good job, or a lot of damage, whichever you need. One way to carry it is to loop the supplied neck cord around your belt, and drop it in your pocket. As you may have guessed, I am quite pleased with my new knife. Also, I don't notice any smell. Thanks CRKT, not my first knife from you, won't be my last. Charles
The knifes size and shape is very nice, but I really, really, like the handle.