Kershaw Oso Sweet w/SpeedSafe Assisted Open
Kershaw Oso Sweet w/SpeedSafe Assisted Open
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Compact and clean, the Kershaw Oso Sweet is small enough to go virtually unnoticed in a pocket, but tough enough to tackle strenuous tasks. Its satin-finished drop point blade, made from heat-treated 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, measures just over 3 inches long ... Read More

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SugarJ
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May 3, 2019
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Won't let me add for shipment to Canada? I bought another folding knife recently which shipped with no issues.
May 3, 2019
Docasio
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Apr 4, 2019
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How can I use a coupon
Apr 4, 2019
14themoney
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Apr 4, 2019
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UNVERIFIED PURCHASER REVIEW. As best I can tell, I am not allowed to review this because I purchased it elsewhere. F&F are good. Centering is good. Opening is crisp and lock-up is good. There is mild side-to-side play in the blade. This cannot be corrected by tightening the pivot screw. This blade gets pushed to the left and Speed Safe fails. (I have not taken this apart, cleaned and lube it, but I do not believe that it would help. OOTB sharpness was OK. It was very good after I sharpened it. Edge holding is fair to good. This is not a hard use knife. Some jimping for the thumb would have been very nice. (Maybe I should fire up the Dremel.) 3.0-3.5 stars.
Apr 4, 2019
14themoney
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Apr 4, 2019
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I never realized the MSRP was a code for LMAO. This is not a $41 knife. Period. I have it. I like it. If you trust eBay, you can get one from a seller for $12 including S&H. He has been selling for about 4 months and has no negative comments. I don't know what to make of having to sign in to see this price. It certainly doesn't look like a wonderful price. If you choose to buy from a major online retailer, the list prices run from about $22-29. Probably $3.00 will be added to that for S&H, except for osograndeknives. They dinged me for $6.00 on a sprint run Spyderco that I couldn't find anywhere else. If I did not have this, would I pay $18 and have no regrets? Sure?
Apr 4, 2019
rshveyda
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Mar 5, 2019
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If a non-knife person asks me for a budget recommendation under $20 I usually suggest the Oso. It's inexpensive, good quality for the money, attractive and light weight, with a mid-sized 3" blade made out of decent budget stainless steel. Easy to sharpen, has a fast assisted opening ("snicks" open like a little knife who thinks it's a big knife), good lock up, no play in my blade, decent grip for GFN, with a comfortable handle and a very useful blade shape for slicing and the light use most "non knife" folks will use it for. My copy is not as centered as it was when I first got it, but I suspect tightening the pivot screw would might fix that, I just haven't gotten around to it. With 3" of blade it's right in that sweet spot if you want a knife big enough to get a grip on but not overly large. Mostly, it's a very easy knife to wear with rounded handle edges and no thumb studs. I have to wear slacks at work even though I do manual labor that requires a knife, and it wears well clipped into my pocket without scratching up my hands when I reach in for other items. No sharp edges on the pocket clip either. And it's fairly good looking to boot. A true knife guy or gal without need of another budget knife, or someone with big hands, may want to skip the Oso. Ken Onion has designed so many nicer knives for not that much more money. Plus, it's not half the work knife something like an Ontario Rat I or II is for around $28, but I don't think you'll find much better for $18. I've seen it as low as $12 on sale various places, but $18-$20 seems to be the going rate. And holding out to save a few bucks makes no sense to me unless you enjoy the budget hunt for what it is, as I am ashamed to admit I do. Something to watch out for while opening the Oso (any knife really) is letting the heel of your palm cover the very bottom of the knife while triggering the assisted opening. The point is sharp, and common sense says don't let your hand cover that very bottom as it flicks open, but I've done it myself, lol. Luckily no blood.
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Mar 5, 2019
14themoney
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Mar 4, 2019
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I got one of these about a year ago. The knife is fine. I have no regrets. I don't carry it much because I have a lot of knives that I like more. It's a bit on the small side.
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Mar 4, 2019
hkusptac
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Feb 7, 2019
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I have one, got it from big5 on sale for about the same price. Opens very quickly!
Feb 7, 2019
Cowfister
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Feb 6, 2019
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I have one, bought at Walmart for 14 bucks. It's okay, but not really worth buying.
Feb 6, 2019
TheDude713
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Feb 5, 2019
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This is one of my favorite knives, but beware that the pocket clip on this sucks outloud. I would love to find a decent replacement for it.
Feb 5, 2019
Dmarcus48
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Feb 6, 2019
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Write the company I'll bet they'll send you a new clip.
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Feb 6, 2019
beegee417
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Apr 1, 2018
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Has this shipped? Expected date was 3/21 but I haven't received it. How long should it take? Do you send a notice when it ships?
Apr 1, 2018
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