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BlizeTec Tactical Survival Pocket Knife

Review Last Updated: January 29, 2020

Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Product Features

  • BlizeTec 5-in-1 Tactical Survival Pocket Knife

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the BlizeTec Tactical Survival Pocket Knife.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Lightweight and portable
  • Solid feel in your hand - no wobbling
  • Flashlight mounted on the handle
  • Window breaker
  • Reasonable price
  • Ideal for vehicle use

Cons

  • The flashlight is somewhat weak
  • The case is not great

BlizeTec Tactical Survival Pocket Knife Product Review

The BlizeTec is one of those all-in-one devices that claims it can do it all. But can it do everything well? Stick around, and we’ll find out together.

The BlizeTec has a lot of bells and whistles, there is no question about it. It has the following features and tools all incorporated in a single device:

  • Survival pocket knife
  • LED Flashlight
  • Firestarter
  • Seatbelt cutter
  • Window breaker
  • Half serrated edge
  • Secure liner lock

The BlizeTec survival knife features a drop point style blade that is made of high-quality steel designed to withstand batoning and impact. The blade is half serrated, making it ideal for cutting ropes, belts, and even wood for starting a fire. The seatbelt cutter is incredibly useful for rescue operations, and in the unfortunate case of a car accident – you can cut your seatbelt easily if you get stuck in the car.

Usually, folding knives always have a bit of play when extended, but that’s not the case with the BlizeTec survival knife. It feels solid in hand – it almost feels like a fixed blade knife. To be honest, probably most rat tail handle knives will fail way before this folding blade – it is that good.

The compact size and the light weight are an added bonus – you can carry it in a pocket or clip it to your belt. It can’t be compared with the Gerber StrongArm in terms of mounting options, but the clip feels reliable. In case it bends away, you can always take it off and straighten it if needed.

The flashlight that comes with it is rated for up to 12 hours of continuous light, which is impressive in a survival situation. The be fair is not the brightest flashlight on the market, but it is bright enough to see where you’re going in a dark alley or a wooden trail. Just as every bushcraft knife on this list, the BlazeTec comes with a firestarter that works very well.

Overall, the BlizeTec tactical survival knife is a great product at a very reasonable price. It feels solid and well designed. While the flash is not the best out there, it provides enough light to see where you’re going in the dark. The seatbelt cutter is an added bonus!

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