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Everyone needs a pocket knife! But, there are hundreds if not thousands of pocket knives and folding knives available. The first step is to determine if you would like a traditional pocket knife or a tactical-style folder. How can you determine which is best for you? Well, you have come to the right place! There are a number of factors to consider when choosing the right pocket knife or folding knife that will give you a starting point.
Consideration #1 - Decide whether you need a single blade, a multi-blade, or a multi- tool. If you just want to use your knife for simply opening boxes or peeling an apple, a single blade will do just fine. If you want a knife that has a little more versatility to it, then is is recommended getting a multi-blade Gerber pocket knife. And lastly, if you want something that will provide a solution for as many different situations as possible, a multi-tool is probably your best bet, click here now.
Consideration #2 - Do you want a locking blade or not? Locking blades are much safer to use since the blade will lock in the open position, thereby preventing the knife to fold in on your hand during use. If you do want this safety feature, then you should probably go with a single blade knife, since most multi blade knives and tools do not have a locking mechanism on them.
Consideration #3 - Should you buy a name brand pocket knife or an off brand? I would definitely recommend sticking with the most popular name brands such as Gerber on the market today. The main reason for sticking to this well-known knife brand it has have a long history of crafting quality pocket knives and usually have great support. Another benefit to sticking with this brands is that you will find tons of reviews online for various knives, which will help you get a deeper view on what models are good, and what pocket knives stand the test of time.
Consideration #4 - What type of blade material is the best? There is always a lot of debate about this subject, but here are a few guidelines that will help you decide what is best for you. Stainless steel is a bit soft, which makes the blade easy to sharpen yet still hold an edge for a decent length of time. Carbon steel is harder than stainless, and will hold an edge longer but is harder to sharpen when the time comes for it to be sharpened. The Gerber pocket knife gives you all the power of an everyday folding knife with the convenience of a multi-tool. You might start seeing this knife show up in your friends' pockets very soon.
Consideration #5 - How much should you pay for a pocket knife? While there are really no hard rules or guidelines to follow here, remember that you will get what you pay for. There are also cheaper blades but the quality is likely to drop with the price as well, and there are more expensive blades which sometimes come with a better quality knife, sometimes not.
Finding the best pocket knives is definitely a challenge with so many models out there today, so make sure you do thorough research and read a lot of reviews before making a purchase. Remember that there is no single best pocket knife for everyone, it's a personal choice and preference and depends on what you want out of the knife.
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