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Ultimate Survival Technologies SaberCut Folder 3.5 Knife

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    Before heading into the woods, clip the Ultimate Survival Technologies SaberCut Folder 3.5 Knife to your pack and be prepared for every cutting task you encounter. The meaty 3mm blade thickness stands up to rough multi-purpose use, and the textured TPR handle guarantees a secure grip in all conditions.

    • Titanium-coated 440C steel resists corrosion and holds a keen edge
    • Hefty 3mm-thick blade withstands tough multi-purpose use
    • 3.4-inch partially serrated blade allows for quick cutting and sawing
    • High-density TPR handle with a bead-blasted texture provides a secure grip even when wet
    • Integrated biner clip securely attaches this folding knife to a pack or belt loop
    • Item #UST0011

    Tech Specs

    Blade Material
    440C steel
    Blade Finish
    titanium coating
    high-density TPR
    Blade Edge
    partially serrated
    Spring Assist
    Blade Length
    3.4 in
    Open Length
    8 in
    Folded Dimensions
    4.7 x 1.25 x 0.5 in
    Claimed Weight
    4.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping, hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pretty standard knife for a great value. Sharp blade, cuts through anything I would need it to. If you want something a bit less bulky I would look at a couple other knife options. Also like how you can clip it to your pants and the glow and the dark could come in handy at night when you're a bit banged up around the campfire and tend to lose things.

    You get what you pay for ..

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I found this on clearance and thought I'd give it a try. I seem to be developing a general dislike for Ultimate Survival Technologies I find their gear to be lacking in many regards, for the price they assign to their products this would be perfectly fine if not for the fact that by in large it's survival gear that they market, and that's the last thing you want to fail on you in the field. All that aside you get what you pay for, so know that going in. If this is as much as you're willing to pay then here are the perks. The knife's grip is comfortable and the material makes it easy to grip. The biner clip seems sturdy and despite my misgivings as a whole I've left this knife on my harness. I'm not a huge fan of the blade itself, it would not stand up to much abuse and did not come particularly sharp right out of the package. However after spending a little time going over the serrations with a diamond file and the knife is at the moment razor sharp. The metal used in this blade leaves me with doubts that it would stay sharp after use, but you're not likely cutting through your climbing lines often. Bottom line if I needed this knife for it's intended purpose I believe it would complete its task. The Petzl Spatha (mildly serrated) and CRKY Hyphenate (aggresively serrated) appear to be better tools for this task in terms of overall quality