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Svord Every Day Carry Fixed 3" Carbon Steel Blade, Orange Paracord Handle, Polyurethane Sheath - SVORD-EDCPU

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Part Number: SVOEDC
Manufacturer: Svord Knives
Retail Price: $49.40
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Description
SVOEDC: Every Day Carry Fixed Blade, Polyurethane Sheath
Svord
 
The Svord EDC (Every Day Carry) Hiker is 6-1/8" overall with 3" carbon steel blade. One piece steel construction with orange paracord wrapped handle and a yellow polyurethane sheath.

Blade is individually hardened and tempered using a unique heat treatment process. Blade is hand ground with a water cooled stone to produce a convex razor edge. Designed and produced by Bryan Baker.
Features
  • All Svord knives utilize the best Swedish High Carbon Tool Steel available
  • All Svord knives are individually hardened and tempered using a unique and time honored secret heat treatment process
  • Each Svord knife is hand ground on a water cooled stone
  • The Baker "Convex" edge is a "razor" factory edge, providing superb "out of box" performance
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 3"
  • Overall Length: 6-1/8"
  • Weight: 1.9 oz. Knife Only, 2.5 oz. with Sheath
  • Includes Yellow Polyurethane Sheath
  • Handcrafted in New Zealand

UPC Code: 000000201643

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Marcus
Rochester NY
Mar 14, 2014
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just plain not cool
the title says it all.....the other reviews are kind.....
1 out of 5
Ambaal
Sydney, Australia
Jun 06, 2013
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A project.
Got this knife since peasant knife was brilliant, actually was really looking forward for this one for a bit of while. Good things: it has same steel and heat treat as peasant. Takes very nice edge and holds it nicely. Bad things: everything else, really. Keep in mind that this is twice more expensive knife than a peasant one. - Knife is much smaller that I expected. Blade is about right, but handle+choil are very short. - Although I find general raw finish appealing, grind is very rough. It is also nowhere near being uniform or symmetrical. Factory sharpening is there, but with huge burr and requires touching up to be usable. - Sheaf is abysmal. It's literally not good for anything, very tight fit, no viable attachement points and it's easy to cut yourself during any sheaf operations. Durability is a big question too. - Choil is made in such fashion that forefinger rests against sharpened end of the blade. This is very, very dangerous design and will require sanding off straight away before any use. - Handle is very small, dangerous (see above) and paracord wrap is a joke. Thankfully, there are holes there already, so making a new one will be easier, but in 'as is' form it's extremely uncomfortable. Paracord wrap is a joke: very thin, uneven and doesn't really fit into the sheaf Conclusion: this isn't a knife, this is a project. Excellent steel, but barely useful as is. If you grind rough edges, probably re-bevel it and cough up new handle and sheaf, it will be a decent small fixed blade. Is it worth paying 38$ to get essentially a knife blank for a project? Not so sure. If I bought two more peasant knives, I'd be way happier. I'm giving it one star since if it is a project you want, the potential is there and it can be made into something nice (with probably same amount of $$ in materials required). I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who wants to use it unmodified for any price, let alone 38$. Get a peasant knife.
3 out of 5
Matthew
Nairobi, Kenya
Jun 06, 2013
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Solid knife, but needs a few tweaks
I got my Svord EDC a couple of weeks ago and while I have not yet used it much I do have a few observations. The grinding on mine is spotty--on one side the polished area of the blade is smooth and shiny like in the photo, but on the other side there are marks marring the surface. The paracord wrap is comfortable enough as a grip, but the thickness of the cord makes it hard to get a finger in there securely without risking a cut from the back corner of the blade. I may remove and rewrap the paracord to my taste, but the real solution would be to continue the finger cutout forward into a semicircle, losing a bit of th blade but making for a safer and more secure grip. The yellow sheath is not bad, but it takes some fiddingle to get the snap closed, hopefully that will break in over time. So, overall, a solid knife but not it needs some work onthe details.
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