Kershaw Ken Onion Design Folding Knife - Blur
even better than expected; knife looks awesome; i love the assisted opening feature; very sweet knife
May 4, 2010
Lost and Found
Bought this knife and carried every day for a year. Super sharp right out of the box. Don't know how long it would take to dull, I sharpen all my knives every few months.
After about a year of carrying. was getting ready to enter a Buffett concert left it in the truck. Started looking for it the next day, no luck. Figured Jimmy Buffett swiped it. Bought a little larger Kershaw to replace it. A good knife but I missed my blur.
The next year after a Buffett concert found it in the laundry room. I guess Jimmy put it there while we were away. Anyway gave the larger Kershaw to my son. Now knife never leaves my pocket unless it is in my hand. Won't even loan it for a minute or two. Buy one and see if I am not right. Best pocket knife period. Easy one hand operation both opening and closing. Buy it
February 14, 2010
I will never own another pocket knife...
This knife is by far the best pocket knife I have ever owned. Sharp as sin out of the box... still haven't sharpened it after owning one for almost a year because it has yet to go dull. I would highly recommend this knife to anyone who puts their knives through abuse.
November 12, 2008
Overall Excellent Knife
I carried a Blur for over 2 years--I lost it out of checked airline baggage--TSA must have liked better than me. Now I have to buy another. Feels good in the hand, assisted blade opening is effortless. Handles very well. Razor sharp out of the box and holds an edge very well even in the face of the abuse I give it. Ability to move--or remove--pocket clip is a plus. Grip surface is also an important plus as it helps prevent slippage while using the knife. Ironically, the grip surface may be the only possible drawback. Rough on the hands when carried in the front pocket--I solved that by carrying it in a back pocket. Overall, an excellent knife to carry on a daily basis and the only one I'll use.
June 4, 2008