ESEE RC4P Cuchillo,Unisex - Adulto, Marrón, un tamaño
|Precio:||EUR 154,00 Envío GRATIS.|
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- Supervivencia Cuchillo ESEE / RAT CUBIERTOS Modelo 4
- 11cm de longitud total 23cm Longitud de la hoja
- Construido en 1095 acero al carbono de una sola pieza de tipo plana
- única almohadillas mango micarta kydex
- Case Hecho En Campamento EE.UU.
- Cuchillo ESEE Rando
- Prohibida - 18 años
Advertencia: prohibida su venta a menores de 18 años.
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Contenido de la caja: Cuchillo, Pinza de cinturón, Cubierta.
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It's perfect. It has a decent sized blade for almost anything you'd want to tackle with it, great micarta handles, a well designed choil for detail work, and exceptional build quality. The handle feels small at first, but as you use it more it gets more comfortable and you realize you have enough to do what you need to, without a bunch of extra bulk.
The sheath is pretty good; molded plastic but sturdy and with a close fitting belt clip that is removable if desired. It secures the knife well, rides close to the body on the belt, doesn't rattle, and comes with some paracord to lash to a pack. My personal preference runs to leather sheaths so I will probably replace it, but I'm going to give it time.
Overall I'm very pleased - this knife strikes the right balance between size and utility in a high quality package. To adapt a phrase, "the best knife is the one you have with you." I suspect this knife loses a lot of buyers to the larger ESEE5 and 6 models due to their more impressive size/stature, but I'll bet that users of the ESEE4 end up happier in the long run.
As soon as I held this knife, I knew it was a keeper. It is extremely comfortable in the hand (I have large hands), and on the waist. The micarta handles are a great addition to a great drop point knife. It is reasonably light and easy to carry, but feels as if it can be put through the ringer with no problems.
The sheath and clip attachment are very well made. The knife fits snugly in the sheath and feels as if it will remain retained as designed. With that being said, the sheath retention is not so tight you have to fight with it to free the knife. Great sheath to go with a great knife.
Being made of 1095 it will take a little extra maintenance to deter corrosion, but will hold an edge quite well. I was very nervous to pick out a "go to" survival knife but am very happy I settled on this one.
Great knife, great sheath, and nothing but a thumbs up from me. This will be the first knife I grab before my outings from now on. I will update this review with any feedback as time passes.
The ESEE and Bravo felt weight was (i didn't weigh them) much lighter, and both were sharper than TOPS (go through paper like a hot knife on butter). Although both are lighter, they are still substantial enough to baton and NO less durable than the TOPS (weight doesn't=toughness). Both knives feel/look like better quality than TOPS too, and both have better warranties (no questions asked). Its also worth mentioning how beautiful the Bravo 1 blade is, and it was probably the sharpest, but only by a negligible amount compared to the ESEE. In terms of the handle, I preferred the ESEE because of the tackiness. I had no qualms with the Bravo handle, I just preferred the feel of the ESEE because the Bravo was slightly more round and could possibly become slippery from sweat.
The TOPS BOB was out of the running from the get-go. It was a tough choice though between the Bravo/ESEE, but I ended up keeping the ESEE for 3 reasons:
1) I can easily sharpen the ESEE b/c it's a flat grind, whereas the Bravo 1 is convex (which some may prefer, especially if you plan on using it for processing game because you can get the blade sharper)
2) I want a knife i'm not scared to abuse, and even though the Bravo is just as durable/tough I may still accidentally baby it because the blade is so beautiful. I would consider it more of a high quality hunting knife. While the ESEE is also very nice looking, it's also a knife I would pick up to use for whatever task in the garage/yard/hunting/fishing etc.- with no concerns of hurting it.
3) The ESEE-4 was $72 cheaper than the Bravo 1. Price was a factor in my decision, but it was the lowest in priority. Since I had no complaints about either knife, the fact I could sharpen the ESEE and not the Bravo, combined with the price difference, is what drew the line.
The ESEE is a wonderful knife and you can't beat the price of $108, not by a long shot. If the Bravo 1 was priced the same at $108, I would still go with the ESEE because I love the slim Kydex sheath. The Bravo has a nice high quality leather sheath, but too big to conveniently tote about the house/yard, plus you have to button the knife in or it will fall out. The Bravo is better suited for extended wear (again, maybe if you're out hunting)
The ESEE is a convenient enough size and weight for every situation under the sun that calls for a small/medium durable fixed blade knife (other than backpacking/hiking, where you're walking 15+ miles a day and every oz. counts, in which case this is overkill)
Great knife, no regrets!
Once I bought this knife I almost instantly grew a beard. A thick manly beard. I also get cravings for beef jerky. Women find me more much attractive now that I own this knife. This knife is awesome.