I frequently use neck knives when out and about as they are so helpful. They work hand in hand with a stronger larger knife usually worn on your belt. The neck knife being used for the small jobs and the larger knife for the harder tasks. Sometimes you can happen across such a well designed neck knife that it becomes your sole cutting companion. The Fällkniven WM1 is great little knife but does it have the ability to be your only knife? Let’s find out more.Read more
The Fällkniven SK1 Jarl stands out from the crowd. Offering high end materials, gorgeous visuals and craftsmanship all in a premium package. The Jarl is the distinguished name given to this knife, one that inspires respect and reverence. Unlike more blunt instruments an SK1 Jarl is more at home on your belt or in the hand serving you like you were nobility. The language may be a little dramatic but the knife certainly deserves a little hyperbole as it is out of the ordinary. Read our full review to see if the SK1 Jarl is for you.Read more
The most robust designs are the simplest, as lower complexity in a system means there is less to fail. When you have to depend on kit it is vital to have something lacking in superfluous attributes. These soon break when you need them most leaving you short.
Esee have used some of the most tried and tested designs in the world to produce the Camp-Lore line of outdoor knives. The Esee RB3 is one of the most competent all round items of this line up. Let’s take a closer look.Read more
A neck knife makes the difference when out and about in the woods. It is so convenient to be able to access an outdoor tool when it’s worn right in front of you. In this review we will look at the Esee Izula.
A neck knife is always there when you need it, your tool for opening packets, carving notches, scraping tinder, chopping vegetables, dressing game and so on. Neck knives are not normally used for the harder tasks like splitting wood, that would be where your main knife would take over.Read more
The Esee PR4 is a stunning piece of equipment that immediately catches your eye with a micarta handle featuring deep sculpted grooves and a blade finish that is certainly out of the ordinary. I have had the privilege to be using such a sought after knife out and about over the past few months.Read more
Fällkniven is an internationally renowned Swedish knife making company. Started in 1984 and has grown to be a very technical and respected brand. Today they are producing some very high end knives and sharpening tools which are highly sought after. The Fällkniven F1dz is a survival pilot knife and the subject of our full review and field test today.Read more
This was SpyderCo’s first ever Scandinavian grind full tang knife, specially designed for a woodland bushcraft environment. It was produced in collaboration with Bushcraft UK, a “tactical bushcrafter” called Chris Claycombe and SpyderCo designers. The anticipation for this knife to hit the market was considerable. Lots of people were excited to get their hands on a true bushcraft knife from one of the worlds top brands. The SpyderCo Bushcraft G10 Handle certainly had a lot to live up to. It’s therefore interesting that with such a wide team of contributors and the considerable resources at SpyderCo there could be so many issues with this product.Read more
A knife dangling around your neck can first seem rather unusual but once you start using one its hard to give up the convenience offered. This review and field test we will look at the Mora Eldris.Read more
The Mora Garberg takes a new path for Morakniv. As a result the Mora Garberg is seeming to be the truest realisation of this new direction. It all started with the Mora Robust Pro and continued on to products such as the Mora Bushcraft Black. These are both two very capable knives but both lacked full tangs and this is where the Garberg comes in which offers great durability and a very solid package overall. This is our full review on the Mora Garberg.Read more