Number of Reviews: 5
Cedar Falls, IA
Very nice carry knife, I DO use it to open boxes at work and it has no problems, little touchup on a ceramic stone now and then, no issues. As a defensive tool I find that minimized sickle and tomahawk techniques work alot better than kerambit techniques, but who cares, it works for everything I need it to...
Port Orange, FL
Pros: Sharp, full tang construction, concealable, solid grip, light, inexpensive
Cons: Fragile tip area, grip leaves pinky off, limited uses
The Keramin is a great knife if you use it for what it is - a defensive knife that is designed for slashing your way out of a tight spot. It is small, light and easily concealable. The kerambit style blade is great for defensive situations. This knife isn't a utility knife for opening boxes at work. The blade will dull fast in this capacity, and the tip will be prone to breakage in heavy duty work. If you want a great little pocket knife for defense though, this is a great option, especially for the price
Knife is very sharp straight out of the box. The tip of the blade is super thin and may be easily broken if used for others uses, but it is my tactical defense neck knife... So, I don't really need it for any other use. The knife is exactly what I was looking for, in a fighting weapon.
One HECK of a neck knife I wear mine everyday. I love mine so much I bought another just to put away for my collection. Great work Alan Folts and CRKT
I love this ever so slightly modified kerambit. Small enough to wear around ones neck but be in hand in a hurry if need be. Great stuff