Cold Steel Pro Lite Clip Pt. 20NSC Pro Lite Clip Pt. Black
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Make sure this fits by entering your model number. Pro-lite features a high satin Polished 4116 stainless steel blade Equipped with our groundbreaking TRI-AD locking mechanism for added safety and strength Pro-lite has withstood all of the grueling and torturous quality control tests that Cold Steel is famous for! if you are looking for a tough, high performance folding knife that won't break the Bank
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I hadn’t bought a pocketknife in a while, so I looked at the reviews and thought it this particular knife was worth a shot. I shouldn’t have bothered! Straight from the box I was unimpressed with the look and feel. It looks like a cheap knife and feels even cheaper. Those junky tv knives are more eye pleasing than this thing. As for the operational aspect, oh my Lord! Forget about unlocking it with a flip of the thumb; mine is stiffer than any pocketknife I’ve ever owned—and I’ve owned many.Now for the real deal breaker: closing it requires a Herculean effort! Both my thumb and index finger are bruised from the effort. I work with my hands a lot, so I feel that my hand strength is better than a lot of people. This knife is simply way too tight! How in the world can something this ridiculously stiff have ever made it past the Quality Control department? Unbelievable!! The only reason I gave it two stars is because of the clip and the knife’s lightweight. Those two positives were enough for me to give it more than one star. By the way, it even came unremarkably sharp; from the blade’s hilt up to about 3/4 of the way to the tip it was marginally sharp. From that area to the tip it was akin to a butter knife. I was, however, able to get it sharpened to an almost razors edge. A customer should never have these types of problems with a new product.Note to Cold Steel: you really need to step up your game. For the price I paid for this knife I could have bought a Taiwan or Chinese made lower end Buck knife. I’m sorry but this product just “doesn’t cut it” with me.
I own many Spyderco, Benchmade and Kershaw knives and 9 times out of 10 this one is clipped to my pocket. To me the edge holds up just as well as VG-10 and 154cm, and isn't far from the S35vn on my Native 5lw. I'm not talking cutting until the edge is chipped and rolled and un-cuttable. Any reasonable knife user cares for and sharpens/hones their blades. This thing is stupid durable and incredibly ergonomic. It also weighs about the perfect weight for its size. The pocket clip is tied with the Spyderco wire clip as being the best I have ever used. It's short and straight and does what it's supposed to do. The lock was a tad tight when new, but after a day or two of playing with it, it has loosened up nicely. The blade however is rock solid and does not move in any direction. Do yourself a favor and buy one or two of these before they are discontinued.
I would've never thought a budget knife would've become my go to for a self defense knife. What. The. Heck. I did a practice test on an empty gatorade bottle [probably should've took pictures, but I threw it away. Sorry], and keep in mind I have a knife phobia, and it went through the entire bottle. This knife is sharp, way more than I was expecting and looking back I would've just bought this knife instead of the others I have bought to pair up with my gerber swagger knife that my dad got me as a christmas gift. In terms of the Pro-Lite, it's already been used in terms of simple household tasks. I can open the knife with one hand, but not as the same speed as my gerber swagger, but it's probably my technic as I've seen others be able to open it quickly. The grip is oddly comfortable and grippy despite it not uitilizing g10 scales, this became evident in the gatorade bottle test. I highly recommend buying this knife. But do be sure to figure out which blade type is best for you before buying one.
Just received this knife. I am dumbfounded at the quality and design. This is a must have for anyone who would like a very well built and designed blade. I do not know how durable the edge is yet, but I will update this review after I have used it well.Very sharp out of the box. I have an extensive knife collection that range from high to low end. I regret not buying one earlier. I was thrown by the $19 price tag. I am just very impressed.I am a military veteran and have worked construction.Follow up Review:Good news. I took this knfe to the woods. Carved up a numerber of dried branches both large and small. It did not dull the edge at all.I found a large fallen log. Stabbed and pryed the log to test the tip strength and it did well and held its shape quit well. My final two stabs and pries bent the tip, but I had plunged it in as hard as I could safely, which was approximately 3/4 of and inch. I repeated the act of prying to the oposite direction a few times to get it back to straight. This is absolute abuse of a thin tip like the one I chose to purchase.This is a damn good knife. I will buy the tanto version next. At the $22 mark this is an absolute steal. It is now one of my favorite knves.I do have knves that will perform these tasks without bending. In fact those knives I have beaten with hammers to cut wire on top of concrete. But Cold Steel makes no great claims of this knife. The only appliation I may not suggest it for is rescue, in such a case I would use this as a back up utility.Update 2: Tanto versionI just bought and received the tanto version of this knife. The blade tip is beefier which is the nature if the desigb, so if you need a stronger tip, then this may be a better option. The blade is about 3/16 of an inch shorter. These blades are very sharp out.There is another version that appears to have a strongly supported tip with a more traditional design than the tanto blade, but I have not seen it in person.Great knives.