Pros: Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, Handle Feel, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
I love this knife!
I fell in love with Kershaw knives years ago with a purchase of a Mini Cyclone. I soon found the Blur and it instantly became a favorite. I have a number of them, but not as many as I would like. I then tried some Zero Tolerance knives. They are awesome, but I ended up selling them. For their money, I felt it was not worth it when compared to what you get in the Blur. Don't get me wrong. If I had a job where I had to really work my knives very hard. Or if I was military, I would stay with ZT. But for me, the Blur is more than strong enough for me and what I use it for. So I stick with Kershaws. Don't get me wrong. Kershaws are tough and take a beating. But one thing I liked about the ZT's was the S30v metal available in them. So I picked up one of these Blurs. Do I really need the tougher S30v? No. But I like not needing to sharpen it. Of course it will rust quicker than their standard steel. I just found a spot on my blade. But it was my fault. also like the thumb stud and how it is angled perfectly for you thumb to open it. Bottom line, this is a great knife. Very strong with a awesome steel. Keep it oiled and you will be happy.