Esee RB3 Camp Lore Bushcraft Knife Review

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.

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Esee Izula Review

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.

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ESEE RC4 Review

I think writing about knives over and over again would turn any normal person to boredom but I genuinely find knife design to be a fascinating subject, which involves many subtleties and considerations to get a knife just right. Any manufacturer can produce a sharp object, it’s in making this into a fully-fledged tool where the magic has to happen.

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