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Kershaw Blur Tanto Serrated Pocket Knife

Review Last Updated: March 25, 2020
Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine
Product Features
  • Corrosion-resistant blade
  • One-handed blade opening
  • Suitable for both right and left-handed users
  • Constructed from 13C26 stainless steel

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Kershaw Blur Tanto Serrated Pocket Knife.

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

Pros

  • Extremely durable
  • High-performance steel
  • One-handed safe opening

Cons

  • No guard between hand and blade

Kershaw Blur Tanto Serrated Pocket Knife Product Review

The Kershaw Blur Tanto Serrated Pocket Knife is perfect for tough jobs such as hunting, fishing, emergency rescue, and tactical engagement.

The blade itself is corrosion-resistant, and DLC-coated for extra hardness and strength. The 3-⅜ inch blade can be used for both extreme and everyday situations.

Held in place with a secure liner lock, the blade can be flipped open with one hand by either pushing the thumb stud or pressing the flipper. This would be ideal if you’re a bit tied up (literally) and can only use one hand.

Once the blade has been exposed, it locks into place until you press the thumb stud again.

Don’t worry if you’re left-handed, because this knife is suitable for both left and right-handed users.

You don’t need to worry about this pocket knife snapping or getting damaged while you’re cutting through a tough bit of meat or wood, as it’s constructed of 13C26 stainless steel.

The handle on this pocket knife is also super durable, made of black 6061-T6 anodized aluminum (anodized for color). It has extra grips for outdoor situations and is also great to use in wet conditions.

The grip has great traction too, so there’s no chance of you slipping and accidentally cutting an arm off.

If you’ve been in the wilderness for a few years, you might be looking a bit worse-for-wear, but this pocket knife certainly won’t. Not only is the blade scratch-resistant, but the actual handle is too.

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