Updated on 16 October, 2021
Big Knives: Small and Intricate. That's the tagline for a new line of products from Benchmade, a brand known mostly for its knives. Like many other brands, Benchmade prides itself on having a line of quality tools and a reputation for building quality products. When it comes to knives, it is hard to find another company with a more consistent reputation or one with a better track record. Unfortunately, that doesn't mean that the company does not have its own high-quality product; in fact, over the years, Benchmade has consistently delivered high-quality tools to its customers.
Small and Intricate: Of course, "small and Intricate" aren't the same thing as "small and bulky." However, when it comes to survival knives, such as those used by Benchmade, the design philosophies are designed to make these tools easy to handle while still providing a decent amount of cutting power. In other words, small knives are great for getting into tough spots, like when a person is cleaning up after a brush with an old-fashioned mop. At the same time, big knives are great for opening cans or pulling out the key from a long lock. In a nutshell, these tools are built to last.
It's tough to argue with the durability of Benchmade's Big Knives line. While nothing compares to the legendary toughness and stability of a Gerber Big Knife or a Schrade Big Knive, nothing can match the overall durability and strength of a Benchmade Big Knife or a Schrade Big Knives. If you want a multi-tool that is strong enough to take on anything that you need to get into but will be so light as to hardly even register as a movement while in use, you don't want to look anywhere else. Benchmade knows its customers expect big knives and have therefore designed their products to meet the challenge of large-scale cutting. When you are holding one of these tools in your hands, you know you are looking at something very reliable.
The handle of your Benchmade big knives is important, as it is the part of the knife that will be doing the most work, whether it's opening bags or chopping wood. Most Benchmade knives have a handle made of steel that is not easily cut or damaged. The handles are also very comfortable to hold, which is good news for all of us that have to sit down and hold a lot of stuff. The comfort of your knife handle makes a big difference when it comes to using your tools.
The Ka-Bar series of knives is similar to the Big Knives series in that it is a mid-sized blade designed to work well in even the toughest conditions. This is a design made by combining the best of Japanese craftsmanship and modern technology in order to make the ultimate tool for your every day "chopping" needs. In addition to the durability of the blade, the Ka-Bar has been designed to be very lightweight for easy carrying.
There is nothing more functional than a knife with a sharp blade, and that is what the Ka-Bar blade is all about. With a long smooth blade and a drop point that allows for efficient cutting, this unique design of the Ka-Bar makes it practical for all sorts of jobs. This is a huge advantage over most other knives on the market today because the Ka-Bar can cut through just about anything that you throw at it.
The Big Knives are still my favorite full tang knives. I have carried them everywhere, from camping to heavy-duty survival situations, and they still look new even five years later. The Big Knives blade is constructed from a durable full Tang construction, making it virtually indestructible against any harm. It also comes with a special rubberized handle that is very comfortable to hold. The handle locks in place so that it will not slip when used for anything but the most basic of tasks.
The Big Knives line of knives is available at many different retailers, both online and locally. Most people find it to be one of the best value propositions on the market for a high-quality product at an affordable price. If you are looking for high quality, multi-functional survival knife with a great blade that will perform its function admirably, then I would strongly recommend Big Knives. It's a great-looking knife and extremely easy to use in the field.