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Razor-sharp stainless steel spear bladesLightning-fast assisted-open mechanismBlade spur for one-hand openingAnodized aluminum handleLarge: 4" blade; 9" overallSmall: 3 1/2" blade; 8" overall
Double the fun or double the trouble, your choice! These "fraternal" twins look just alike, but one is just slightly larger. Each stiletto-style pocket knife features a spear point stainless steel blade with a sharp edge and piercing point. Engage the blade spur to initiate the assisted-opening mechanism, which provides lightning-fast access to the blades. The anodized aluminum handles provide a secure grip with reduced weight.Stainless steel bladesAnodized aluminum handleAssisted-opening mechanismLarge: 4 in. blade; 9 in. overallSmall: 3.5 in blade; 8 in. overall
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good quality, good feel one does open a little stiff but it'll work itself in with a little use. Very sharp, glad I got 'em
WELL MADE, STURDY, AND SHARP
I got it at a decent time, not too long but they both came super dull and wont even cut anything. No big problem, all I need to do is sharpen but it said they came razor sharp and they dont at all
I like everything about these two knives except for the handle material. It is dangerously slippery.
Both knives were a bit slow in opening out of the box. After a few minutes they were fine. However, I dropped the small knife from about 2 feet and the rod that locks the blade out overrode the bottom of the knife therefore its a pain to put the smaller one away after opening it. But it gets the seal of approval from me!
I bought six knives at the close out deal time, and by far this was the best. Getting two knives for the price of one is already great, but they are also decently sharp. I hurt myself trying to open them though, luckily not the blade part, when it opened the back of the blade hit my thumb knuckle (as it takes some force and getting used to to open them). The smaller of the two (or at least in my case) is harder to open but also sharper, and the bigger of the two had at the bottom of the blade two very small chips (but it is almost unnoticeable unless you look super closely). I am very happy with them. Oh and P.S. they also make great letter openers becasue of their shape.
I guess I am just chooses but razor shape means than I can cut hair off my arm. No they are not razor sharp. But look like good knives. I spent about a half hour sharpening one but while I improved the edge, I did not get it razor sharp. I guess I felled for making language. Can't believe every thing you read.
They are nice sharp and pointy unfortunately the blade on the larger stiletto is already loose and the smaller one is just annoying to try to open and close it.
I bought these out of curiosity more than anything because I was wondering just how well 2 assisted opening knives for only $9.99 would work. About as well as expected, maybe even a little bit better. As others have already mentioned, the action is super stiff on these fresh out of the box and nearly impossible to open with the blade spur. After working them in for a while they became easier to use, although the smaller of the pair is still difficult to open, the extra time and effort it takes to activate the blade spur negates the value of it being an assisted opening blade. Also, again on the smaller one, the liner lock barely catches the back of the blade and I'm afraid it would fail if any pressure were applied to it. The larger one, however, opens easily once broken in and the liner lock engages very securely. Both blades lock in tightly once opened and there is no play in either. When folded both blades are well centered, which is rare in cheap knives. Neither knife comes with a pocket clip, which would have been a nice feature. They came reasonably sharp from the factory and took a nice edge once I put them to an oil stone. All in all not a bad purchase for 10 bucks if you just want these in your collection, or you really want to have a couple cheap legal "switchblades", but not something I would ever recommend as an EDC. As the saying goes, you get what you pay for, so don't expect too much from these and you won't be disappointed.
At first I found it hard to get each of the knives to open - in the sense that it took more strength than I could apply with one finger to get the blade to move (and I work with my hands, so it's not a lack of strength issues), but I'm finding that that particular issue just seems to be a matter of using the knives often enough to break them in. The blades are nice and sharp, though I don't use them for anything heavy duty. For the price I think it's an undeniably great deal.