Showing 1–25 of 371 results

  • Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard Connect Tanto Folding Knife Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard Connect Tanto Folding Knife

    Smith & Wesson M&P Bodyguard Connect Tanto Folding Knife

    R439

    The M&P Bodyguard Connect Liner Lock Folding Knife has a grey/black rubberized aluminum handle and 8Cr13MoV black oxide coated high carbon stainless-steel blade.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Ruike Silver BetaPlus P128-SF Pocket Knife

    Ruike Silver BetaPlus P128-SF Pocket Knife

    R829

    The Ruike Silver BetaPlus P128-SF Pocket Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Ruike Silver P801-SF Pocket Knife

    Ruike Silver P801-SF Pocket Knife

    R549

    The Ruike Silver P801-SF Pocket Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 110 Hunter Folding Knife

    Buck 110 Hunter Folding Knife

    R1,779

    The Buck 110 Hunter Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 726 Black Mini Spitfire Folding Knife

    Buck 726 Black Mini Spitfire Folding Knife

    R759

    The Buck 726 Black Mini Spitfire Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Uncle Henry Smokey Lock-Back Folder Knife

    Uncle Henry Smokey Lock-Back Folder Knife

    R569

    The Uncle Henry Smokey Lock-Back Folder Knife is crafted with solid brass linings, nickel silver bolsters, natural wood handles, and heat treated springs.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Gerber Folding Knife - Paraframe 1

    Gerber Folding Knife – Paraframe 1

    R509

    The Gerber Folding Knife – Paraframe 1 has an open frame that is the ultimate in minimalist design. Easy to clean, carry, and open, the Paraframe is an effortless addition to your pocket or belt clip.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Gerber Zilch Folding Knife - Black

    Gerber Zilch Folding Knife – Black

    R749

    Pockets don’t have infinite space, so making the most of it is key when designing for the EDC user. This is where the Zilch comes in: a lightweight folding knife built to slip into your pocket and out of mind.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Puma IP Boxer Folding Knife - Olive

    Puma IP Boxer Folding Knife – Olive

    R2,659

    The PUMA IP boxer olive is a large, back-lock lockable folding knife with a distinctive handle made of olive wood. The 9.5 cm long drop point blade is made of the stainless rustproof steel type Sandvik 12C27 and can be used universally.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Remington 10018 Green Sportsman Detachable Game Shears

    Remington 10018 Green Sportsman Detachable Game Shears

    R299

    The Remington 10018 Green Sportsman Detachable Game Shears is a quality tool ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Remington 40002 Small Guibourtia Wood Heritage Folding Knife

    Remington 40002 Small Guibourtia Wood Heritage Folding Knife

    R519

    The Remington 40002 Small Guibourtia Wood Heritage Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Remington 40000 Guibourtia Wood Heritage Knife

    Remington 40000 Guibourtia Wood Heritage Knife

    R729

    The Remington 40000 Guibourtia Wood Heritage Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 389 Woodgrain Canoe Pocket Knife

    Buck 389 Woodgrain Canoe Pocket Knife

    R709

    The Buck 389 Woodgrain Canoe Pocket Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 284 Black Bantam Folding Knife

    Buck 284 Black Bantam Folding Knife

    R519

    The Buck 284 Black Bantam Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 112 Ranger Folding Knife

    Buck 112 Ranger Folding Knife

    R1,699

    The Buck 112 Ranger Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 112 Black Slim Select Folding Knife

    Buck 112 Black Slim Select Folding Knife

    R859

    The Buck 112 Black Slim Select Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 110 Blue Slim Select Folding Knife

    Buck 110 Blue Slim Select Folding Knife

    R749

    The Buck 110 Blue Slim Select Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Buck 110 Green Slim Pro Folding Knife

    Buck 110 Green Slim Pro Folding Knife

    R1,899

    The Buck 110 Green Slim Pro Folding Knife is a quality knife ideal for everyday use.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Honey Badger Small Black Plain Claw Knife

    Honey Badger Small Black Plain Claw Knife

    R839

    The Honey Badger Small Black Plain Claw Knife is a light weight and balanced knife that offers a frictionless opening and closing action.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Gerber Folding Knife - Paraframe II - Tanto

    Gerber Folding Knife – Paraframe II – Tanto

    R729

    The Gerber Folding Knife – Paraframe II – Tanto has an open frame that is the ultimate in minimalist design. Easy to clean, carry, and open, the Paraframe is an effortless addition to your pocket or belt clip.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Bear & Son 703 Combo Folding Knife With Knife Sharpener

    R579

    The Bear Edge 703 Combo Set comes with an excellent everyday carry folding knife and a pocket sharpener at a great price.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Gerber Ultimate Survival Fixed Blade Knife

    R1,749

    Loaded with innovations, this knife has everything. The Gerber Ultimate Survival Knife features a half serrated, drop point blade, a textured rubber grip, a steel hammer pommel, and an emergency whistle. The durable sheath has a sharpener and a firestarter.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Gerber Moment Sheath Knife

    Gerber Moment Sheath Knife

    R969

    When it comes to versatility and ease of carry, a full size folding tool is both convenient and fully capable of undertaking field dressing and the diverse needs of a field sports trip.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Deejo 37G Juniper Wood Art Nouveau Pocket Knife

    R1,039

    The juniper that adorns the handle of this Deejo knife is a naturally fragrant wood, offering a slightly peppery scent. In arabesques of beige, each handle plate, finely veined, makes your Deejo an exquisite and unique piece.

    Add to cartLoading Done
  • Ultra-Edge Hunter Ultimate Skinning Knife - Black/Green

    Ultra-Edge Hunter Ultimate Skinning Knife – Black/Green

    R609

    The Ultimate Skinning knife – with cutting edge technology and design, the interchangeable blades ensure no task is too big for this innovative and practical everyday skinning tool or everyday carry knife.

    Add to cartLoading Done

How to Choose an EDC Knife

An EDC knife is an essential tool that can be used for various everyday tasks. It can be used to open packages, cut fruits and vegetables, and even for self-defense. Choosing the right EDC knife can be a daunting task, especially with so many options available on the market. In this article, we will guide you through the process of selecting the perfect EDC knife to suit your needs.

What is an EDC knife?

An EDC knife is a compact, lightweight knife that is designed to be carried and used on a daily basis. It is an essential tool for anyone who wants to be prepared for any situation that may arise during their daily routine. EDC knives are typically small enough to fit comfortably in your pocket, and they are often used for tasks such as opening packages, cutting food, and even for self-defense.

Factors to consider when choosing an EDC knife

When choosing an EDC knife, there are several factors to consider. These include the blade material, blade shape and size, handle material and design, locking mechanism, pocket clip, and brand reputation and price.

Blade material

The blade material is an important factor to consider when choosing an EDC knife. The most common materials used for EDC knife blades are stainless steel and high-carbon steel. Stainless steel is corrosion-resistant and requires less maintenance, while high-carbon steel is stronger and holds an edge longer. Other materials used for EDC knife blades include titanium, ceramic, and Damascus steel.

Blade shape and size

The shape and size of the blade are also important factors to consider when choosing an EDC knife. The most common blade shapes for EDC knives are drop point, clip point, and tanto. Drop point blades are versatile and can be used for a variety of tasks, while clip point blades are ideal for piercing and slicing. Tanto blades are strong and durable, and they are often used for self-defense. The size of the blade should also be considered, as larger blades are better for heavy-duty tasks, while smaller blades are more compact and easier to carry.

Handle material and design

The handle material and design are important factors to consider when choosing an EDC knife. The most common materials used for EDC knife handles are aluminum, G10, and titanium. Aluminum is lightweight and durable, while G10 is strong and provides a good grip. Titanium is also strong and lightweight, but it is more expensive. The handle design should also be considered, as it affects the ergonomics and comfort of the knife.

Locking mechanism

The locking mechanism is an important safety feature to consider when choosing an EDC knife. The most common locking mechanisms used for EDC knives are liner locks, frame locks, and back locks. Liner locks are the most common and are easy to use, while frame locks are stronger and more secure. Back locks are also strong and secure but are more difficult to use with one hand. It's important to choose a locking mechanism that you are comfortable with and that will keep you safe while using the knife.

Pocket clip

The pocket clip is an important feature to consider when choosing an EDC knife. A good pocket clip should be strong and durable, and it should hold the knife securely in your pocket. The position of the pocket clip should also be considered, as it affects the ease of access to the knife.

Brand reputation and price

Brand reputation and price are important factors to consider when choosing an EDC knife. It's important to choose a reputable brand that produces high-quality knives. The price of the knife should also be considered, as it can vary widely depending on the brand and the features of the knife.

Types of EDC knives

There are several types of EDC knives to choose from, including folding knives, fixed blade knives, and multi-tools.

Folding knives

Folding knives are the most common type of EDC knife. They are compact and easy to carry, and they can be opened with one hand. Folding knives can have either a manual or assisted opening mechanism, and they typically have a locking mechanism to keep the blade in place when open.

Fixed blade knives

Fixed blade knives are larger and more durable than folding knives. They are often used for heavy-duty tasks and are popular among hunters and outdoor enthusiasts. Fixed blade knives are also more difficult to carry, as they typically require a sheath.

Multi-tools

Multi-tools are versatile tools that can be used for a variety of tasks. They typically include a knife blade as well as other tools such as pliers, screwdrivers, and scissors. Multi-tools are a good choice for those who need a variety of tools in a compact package.

Maintaining your EDC knife

Maintaining your EDC knife is important to ensure that it stays in good condition and performs well. There are several steps you can take to maintain your knife.

Sharpening your knife

Sharpening your knife is important to keep it performing well. There are several ways to sharpen a knife, including using a sharpening stone, a honing rod, or a sharpening system. It's important to sharpen your knife regularly to keep it performing at its best.

Cleaning and oiling your knife

Cleaning and oiling your knife is important to prevent corrosion and rust. To clean your knife, simply wipe it down with a clean cloth after each use. To oil your knife, apply a small amount of oil to the blade and pivot points.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an EDC knife?

EDC stands for "Everyday Carry," and an EDC knife is a small, portable knife that is carried on a daily basis for everyday tasks.

What factors should I consider when choosing an EDC knife?

When choosing an EDC knife, consider factors such as blade material, blade shape and size, handle material and design, locking mechanism, pocket clip, brand reputation, and price.

What types of EDC knives are available?

There are several types of EDC knives available, including folding knives, fixed blade knives, and multi-tools.

How do I maintain my EDC knife?

To maintain your EDC knife, you should regularly sharpen it using a sharpening stone, honing rod, or sharpening system. You should also clean and oil your knife after each use to prevent corrosion and rust.

How often should I sharpen my EDC knife?

The frequency with which you should sharpen your EDC knife depends on how often you use it and the type of tasks you use it for. As a general rule, you should sharpen your knife when it starts to feel dull or when it is not performing as well as it used to.