Notice: Every Knife you’ll find under this article is based on personal experience; we have added the exclusive discount for everyone. And, don’t have to worry since it is reviewed by best pocket knife team.
1. Pocket Folding Knife ($34)
The Kershaw Cryo is a champion. It won the Blade Magazine’s “Best Buy of The Year” award in 2019 and since then it has been a well-known and trusted product of Kershaw’s. It brings a simple and subtle approach to the EDC knife.
The stonewashed finish on this knife is beautiful, and the G10 scale on the one side makes the knife a little more attractive to look at and lighter as well. The cut out for the frame-lock is more precise, the gap is very narrow and straight. At the corners it’s drilled out, meaning the lines meet at a specific hole.
The grip side feels durable and comfortable while the metal side has a worn look so even if it gets dinged up, it will fit right in. The G10 handle gives extra grip, and the bolster and gimping are all in the right place.
It’s balanced well and as a result, the weight only makes for the better cutting action. Perfect for people who like having a bit of weight to their knives. However, the compromise is that it feels heavier in the pocket. Not by much, though. Concerning a knife for everyday carry (EDC), this knife proved to be capable of everything we threw at it despite its small size.
2. KERSHAW KEN ONION LEEK FOLDING POCKET KNIFE ($39)
As soon as you take this knife out of the box you can tell that it is a well-designed knife made from quality materials. The Kershaw Leek is a total of 7 inches in length when opened and 4 inches when closed. The blade is 3 inches and comes in smooth. It is described as a modified drop point blade, and the shape of the blade on the Leek will not impress everybody. The cutting edge is excellent, and this knife would be suitable for most general uses.
The pocket clip is solid and adjustable. The shape of the blade’s edge is a bit straighter than we used to, but we have never found it lacking.
Ken Onion did a remarkably good job on the Leek’s design. It is elegant yet robust-feeling; the blade is sharp and expertly shaped, and the handle is comfortable yet compact. On top of all that, the knife is made in the USA. And if that wasn’t enough, it’s extremely affordable at around $39.
3. BUCK 110 FOLDING POCKET KNIFE ($27)
Buck 110 Folding Pocket Knife comes with Genuine Leather Sheath that makes it feel good in the end and gives extra grip. This knife is truly a classic and should be issued to every red-blooded American boy at birth since it has got the razor sharped edge. It’s damn strong too, able to carry out heavy routine tasks without succumbing to much wear-and-tear.
The long, sleek blade is keenly complemented by the dark wood slabs of the Macassar Ebony handle and accompanying brass bolsters. The Folding Hunter is equipped with a nail-notch lock back design that opens easily and closes safely during any activity, ensuring that the knife never goes out of style.
The knife is Super-comfortable to use and cut with, but carry options are pretty much limited to belt sheath carry. There’s a reason Buck has sold millions of 110 Folding Hunters. They’re made in America, they’re elegant, they’re sharp, they go like stink, and they last for decades.
Because it just costs 27$ we can say it stands out and does a pretty well job & go-to option if you’ve less budget.
4. BENCHMADE GRIPTILIAN FOLDING POCKET KNIFE ($96)
5. Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Folding Knife’s ($43)
6. Zero Tolerance ZT0350TS Folding Pocket Knife ($156)
7. Smith & Wesson SWMP4LS M&P Linerlock Folding Pocket Knife ($34)
8. Victorinox Swiss Army Classic SD Folding Pocket Knife ($13)
NOTICE: The Price is different for a different color.
9. SOG TF7-CP Trident Folding Pocket Knife ($57)
The knife weighs in at just 3.1 ounces, and it includes SOG’s trademarked bayonet clip, which allows the folded knife to ride securely and unobtrusively in your pocket when not in use. This clip is reversible, which means it can be positioned on whichever side of the knife is most convenient for you. The SOG Aegis is no exception to that past and present quality
10. Benchmade 940 Osborne Folding Pocket Knife
The is one of the finest mid-sized EDC knives we have ever used. The blade on the 940 is made of S30V premium stainless steel, one of the best steels available. It sharpens relatively easily but holds an edge exceptionally well and after few weeks of dull usage, Benchmade 940 still sharps enough to cut with.
The blade looks perfect and is neither too tight to open quickly, nor so loose that it needed tightening. The tension on the Axis locking mechanism also seems to be perfect.
The handle is as small and thin as possible so you can clip it in your pocket and still use your pocket without it getting in the way, but it is also a completely usable size even with big hands. It weighs nothing practically and has perfect balance and feel.
Overall, Its a 4.5-star knife with decent performance. It worth every single penny.