Knife Review: The HX Outdoors D - Bushcraft / Tactical / Survival Knife
For those of you out there who like an unusual knife, the HX Outdoors D, certainly meets that criteria.
In keeping with most Preppers and Bushcrafters, I like my knives. I have expensive knives and cheap knives and they all work fine.
I know you simply cannot beat the quality of a hand made knife, but there are times when you just have to be a bit sensible and look for a compromise of quality against cost.
Well..... I thought that as well until I came across the HX.
It has been given the label of a tactical knife - whatever that's supposed to mean? But then again manufacturers seem to call knives all sorts of things these days.
It's a knife, and so long as it does the job you want it to do, then call it what you want, and this knife was certainly up to the job.......
I was so impressed with this knife I decided to do a video review to show you exactly what I got for a silly price tag...!
|General||Model Number: D-145|
For: Adventure,Camping,Climbing,Diving,Hiking,Home use,Mountaineering,Other Outdoor Sports
|Product Details||Handle Material: Pear wood|
Blade Material: 5Cr15Mov stainless steel
Hardness: 56 - 58HRC
Whole Length: 21.5 cm
Blade Length: 9.8 cm
Blade Thickness: 0.35 cm
Handle Length: 11.7 cm
|Basic Information||Product weight: 0.200 kg|
Package weight: 0.280 kg
Package Dimension: 23.00 x 6.00 x 4.00 cm / 9.06 x 2.36 x 1.57 inches
Well, as you can see in the video review, this is an amazing bit of kit for the price.
Yes, I know it's not a hand made knife, it's made in China. But so is just about everything these days!
Even the BG knives are made there.
But, I cannot fault the build quality and materials used. It is an absolute bargain at under £25 and well worth buying..!
Happy Prepping Folks.
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