There are lots of different types of knives out there for consumer use. The type of knife you buy depends on the specification you’re looking for in a knife. Your budget, intended use, hand orientation (right or left-handed), and desired size and weight of the knife all affect the kind of knife you purchase.
It can be a difficult choice to make, especially if you’re unsure of what you need in the first place. But a little research can help you get the perfect spring assisted flipper knife that will last you throughout the years.
One of the first things that you need to look at before purchasing a knife is the blade type. There are many different edges to choose from, including a cleaver, hawkbill, and eagle eye, among others.
All these different blade edges work best in specific cases and for specific uses but can generally be used for a variety of combined uses. It’s important to ask a professional at Off-Grid Knives which blade edge is suitable for your intended use.
Handle types also affect the use of the knife. Regular pocket knives usually require a sheath or some type of cover for safety that needs to be removed before use.
On the other hand, with the purchase of a spring assisted flipper knife, you get a knife that moves into an engaged position quickly and with minimal handling. It all depends on how fast you need your blade to be ready, but generally, people prefer a spring assisted flipper knife because of the ease of using it.
At Off-Grid Knives, you can expect to find high-quality knives at an affordable cost. Whether you’re buying your knife for the first time, or just want to increase your inventory, Off-Grid Knives has something for everyone. We are passionate about what we sell and are always looking for ways to improve our products and customer service.
Contact us today if you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns about purchasing our products.