Reviews and Ratings for Cold Steel 54VPM Lucky One Gentleman's Pen Knife 3.25" Closed, S35VN Blade Carbon Fiber Handles

Cold Steel 54VPM Lucky One Gentleman's Pen Knife 3.25" Closed, S35VN Blade Carbon Fiber Handlesrated 4.667 stars out of 5 (3 reviews)
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Cold Steel 54VPM Lucky One Gentleman's Pen Knife 3.25 inch Closed, S35VN Blade Carbon Fiber Handles

 

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Cold Steel 54VPM Lucky One Gentleman's Pen Knife 3.25" Closed, S35VN Blade Carbon Fiber Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Eric
Utah
May 08, 2017
Pros: Weight, Blade Material, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Great Knife
I use this knife in daily carry. The blade steel and temper is hard and durable. I like the light weight of the knife it feels like I am carrying a feather.
Cold Steel 54VPM Lucky One Gentleman's Pen Knife 3.25" Closed, S35VN Blade Carbon Fiber Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Richard
Hollidaysburg, Pa
Jun 01, 2020
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Ease of Opening, Weight, Blade Material
Cons: None
Pricey, but excellent
It's a simple, very well-crafted slipjoint made with premium materials. The price stings a bit, but it is still cheaper than its high-end slipjoint counterparts from We Knife or MKM,m despite comparable quality.
Cold Steel 54VPM Lucky One Gentleman's Pen Knife 3.25" Closed, S35VN Blade Carbon Fiber Handles
rated 4 stars out of 5
Jay R
TN
Jul 23, 2020
Pros: Pocket Clip, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Blade Material
Cons: None
Tiny Things Come in Good Packages.
These came out with a tag of about $100. I felt like I had inadvertently wandered into a comedy club. Then the price fell to $50.00, I got on board.For all you Benchmade fans out there thinking that the Bugout is light, you need to check this out. I often clip this to the collar of my T-shirt. It doesn't sag the material. I often forget it's there unless I happen to see my self in a mirror..It is VERY shart (I worked on it), the blade centering is spot on, the action is smooth, and the lock up is absent. It stays open very well.If I want a serious knife, I will use the Recon 1. I might use a Medford.........it I owned one. If you want a tiny knife that you will regret purchasing, let me recommend the Buck Nana Bantam. I have saved a copy of this in case it gets rejected on the basis of naming other knives.