Pros: Handle Material, Handle Feel, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Ease of Opening, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
Cons: Pocket Clip, None
An exceptional EDC knife
I own quite a number of Keyshawn knives, and have liked every one. From their cheaper knives made in China, to their US-made ones, they’ve all bee good. And, I’m a big Ken Onion fan. Then I began buying Kershaw’s big brothers, ZT knives. They’re all that they’re cracked up to be - stout, overbuilt, reliable, excellent knives. But, they can be heavy, and I’ve come to like assisted-openers. So I came back to Kershaw, and have bought 5-6 of their assisted-opening knives. And then, I found the Blur. I have a new favorite knife. This fits your hand perfectly, comes razor sharp, good steel. The aluminum handle is strong, and the inserts give a superb grip. I love the blade, the thumb studs, basically everything. I’ve ordered more, and will continue buying this model. If I have one complaint, it’s the pocket clip. It could and should be improved. I carry tip-up, so I began to remove the screws to reverse it. Sadly, one screw has stripped a bit, so until I get a new bit, I’ll leave it for now. Amazing knife. You’ll never regret buying one.