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Companion Knife

rated 5 of 5 stars I really didn't know what to expect, but was and continue to be very impressed! I read quite a bit about this brand of knife, but was still skeptical because of the low cost. I finally bought one and have been becoming more impressed with it at every use. This knife is lighter than any knife I've taken hiking, but is as tough as any other. This has got to be the best value for any hiking/hunting/bushcraft knife on the market. It's made every task I've taken on easier. These would include: fine whittling,… Full review

Craftline HighQ Robust

rated 5 of 5 stars Thanks for the reviews. I purchased mine because of these reviews. I ordered it from Amazon on Saturday and got it Monday (thanks to Amazon and Canada Post). I've had this knife for only 2 days and it's done everything I ask it to do. It's just the right size to carry on your belt. It's very sharp. It cuts through everything with ease. Full review

Craftline HighQ Robust

rated 5 of 5 stars Mora is the best deal out there. I have been using Mora knives for several years. My very first one was a Craftline stainless steel one with blue and black handle and of course it came with the sheath. They are impressive. You can't beat them for out-of-the-box sharpness, the quality-to-price ratio, and just their handiness. They are must-have little knives and I felt dumb for discounting them for so long after I finally tried one. I often thought "for 10 or 12 dollars, they must be junky and that's… Full review

Craftline HighQ Robust

rated 5 of 5 stars Light, durable, comfortable, and for $16, the best deal out there. After reading a review about these knives on Trailspace, I was very intrigued. I figured the price was worth the risk and so I bought this knife. I am thoroughly impressed. The knife was really sharp (enough to shave hairs on my arm) and it was surprisingly light for its size and blade thickness. The carbon steel blade is supposed to hold an edge longer and so far this has held true. It oxidizes immediately with water or when cutting… Full review

Classic 1

rated 4 of 5 stars Inexpensive, functional. Good blade geometry. Adequate steel. I've heard Moras referred to as "the best knives you've never heard of." In North America that is largely true, but across Scandinavia these knives are legendary. Mora Original Classic No.1 in laminate steelMora Classic No. 1 in carbon steel.Ask for a knife in Sweden and you'll be handed a Mora. These knives are named after the knife making center in Mora, Sweden. Morakniv is the last of the manufacturers of the knives originally designed… Full review

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