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Budget Kershaw, help me choose

Discussion in 'Knives' started by severdhed, Dec 13, 2016.

  1. severdhed

    severdhed Loaded Pockets

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    ive been carrying the oso sweet for a little while now and I'm pretty happy with my decision. I was at walmart a few days later and they had the cryo on sale for $22, so i decided to pick one of those up as well. i've been switching back and forth between the two and they are both pretty nice little knives. i like the deep carry clip on the cryo, but i'm afraid when it gets hot in the summer and my hands are sweaty, i think the cryo will be too slippery. I have a feeling i'll end up with a link and a grinder before too long also.
     
  2. Brendon

    Brendon Loaded Pockets

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    If you're happy with the skeletool and just want a plain edge blade without buying the a CX, check out this
    link.
     
  3. Moshe ben David

    Moshe ben David Loaded Pockets

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    Welcome to our addiction! Even though we're all such good enablers, looks like you were able to 'self-enable'! lol.

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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  4. severdhed

    severdhed Loaded Pockets

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    thanks. I do really like my skeletool. It is frequently the knife i carry when hanging around the house...when i'm not fully loaded. I recently injured my right hand with a power drill, this makes it very painful to open the skeletool with my right thumb. the flipper on my kershaws makes it so that I can still open my knife with my right hand without too much pain.

    i will eventually pick up a replacement plain edge blade for the skeletool though, since i have no need for a serrated blade. thanks for the link