Reviews and Ratings for ESEE Knives IZULA-GY-KIT Neck Knife Fixed 2.875" 1095 Carbon Blade, Gray Powder Coat, Black Sheath, Complete Survival Kit

ESEE Knives IZULA-GY-KIT Neck Knife Fixed 2.875" 1095 Carbon Blade, Gray Powder Coat, Black Sheath, Complete Survival Kitrated 5.0 stars out of 5 (2 reviews)
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ESEE Knives IZULA-GY-KIT Neck Knife Fixed 2.875 inch 1095 Carbon Blade, Gray Powder Coat, Black Sheath, Complete Survival Kit

 

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ESEE Knives IZULA-GY-KIT Neck Knife Fixed 2.875" 1095 Carbon Blade, Gray Powder Coat, Black Sheath, Complete Survival Kit
rated 5 stars out of 5
Gary
Tennessee
May 28, 2013
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Izula

This knife is exactly what I expected: sharp and solid. I have zero complaints about the knife and would purchase again. One shortcoming I did find, however, was with how the sheath can be oriented. I had been hoping to carry this knife horizontally on a belt, and while this can be accomplished, you must use paracord to do it. The sheath can be mounted vertically on a belt, but you cannot simply unscrew the sheath and reaffix in a horizontal position because the holes will not line up that way with the belt clip. This criticism takes nothing away from the knife or even the functionality of the sheath itself; it only means I couldn't do precisely what I wanted with it (but I do think an easy redesign could fix this).
ESEE Knives IZULA-GY-KIT Neck Knife Fixed 2.875" 1095 Carbon Blade, Gray Powder Coat, Black Sheath, Complete Survival Kit
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jon
Texas
Jul 19, 2013
Pros: Sheath/Scabbard, Blade Sharpness, Overall Quality, Weight, Blade Material
Cons: None

My EDC

Ive had this knife about 6 months now. I orginally bought it to replace a spyderco fixed blade that was just too big for EDC. It has served me perfectly super light and ultra durable (there is nothing on this knife to break). It disappears on my belt and when i do take it fishing it does any job i need (be sure to oil it afterwards). The sheath looks cheap and i was afraid it wouldnt hold up but i still get great retention and havent had any issues with it. Steel is wonderfully sharp.