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Top 10 EDC knives

Wondering what is the best EDC knife? Here is a list of top 10 EDC knives available. If you prefer fixed blade, continue here. Don’t forget that each user has its own requirements. For example what kind of locking mechanism should a knife use, or if the blade should be serrated or not. If you want to compare knives based on their specifications, use our EDC knife comparison chart, or visit homepage for the best EDC knives. Looking for a knife for your girlfriend or daughter? Here are the best edc knives for women.

Top 10 EDC knives:

Spyderco ParaMilitary G-10

Spyderco - best edc knife
Blade length: 3.093″

Benchmade 810 Contego

Benchmade Contego

Blade Length: 3.98″

Benchmade 940 Osborne

benchmade osborne

Blade Length: 3.4″

Kershaw Ken Onion Blur

kershaw ken onion blur

Blade Length: 3.375″

Kershaw Ken Onion Leek

kershaw ken onion leek

Blade Length: 3″

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools VL-04 Vulcan

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools VL-04 Vulcan

Blade Length: 3″

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools TF7-CP Trident Knife

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools TF7-CP Trident Knife

Blade Length: 3.75″

Gerber Bear Grylls Scout

Gerber Bear Grylls Scout

Blade Length: 3.24’’

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools TWI8-CP Twitch II

SOG Specialty Knives & Tools TWI8-CP Twitch II

Blade Length: 2.65″

Columbia River Knife and Tool M16-01KZ

Columbia River Knife and Tool M16-01KZ

Blade Length: 3″

Shopping online

All these knives have great ratings on Amazon.com and lot of reviews. Their blades are made of high quality steel and handles are comfortable to hold. When you buy one, don’t forget to make other buyers a favor and write a review. Reviews are great source of user experience information. There’s nothing as important as reviews when shopping online. In a shop you can take a knife in your hands and try it, in online world, you are reliant on user reviews.

Let us know which is your top knife

Don’t hesitate and share what is your personal best edc knife! If you don’t own one, which do you like the most?
What do you consider when buying one? Write your thoughts in discussion. It might be a small think to do for you, but may be a great help for somebody.

3 thoughts on “Top 10 EDC knives

  1. I do have a Few EDC Blades, ranging from Cold Steel to Spyderco to Kershaw to some SOG’s. At times having too many Knives to choose from can be a Hindrance, your always Looking for the “Cut Above” without Breaking the Bank. For My wallet I can’t justify spending a $100 or more for a Folder, on a Fixed Blade yes, But not on a Folder because they can’t stand the abuse of a Fixed Blade, they aren’t designed to, that aside there is 1 folder that I keep on “Going Back To” and that is the SOG Twitch ll. It rides well in the pocket, decent steel, good price, looks good, not too heavy but feels good in hand, not too imposing, well made, with a Life Time Warranty from a Long Established Company, to me that is just a Hard Combination to overcome.

    1. Depends on the knife and intended use. I don’t care about aicperiatpon or what I can sell the knife for later.For an EDC I would say no less than $100. It gets uses a lot and for a long time. I blew through 2 Spyderco Delica in 6 years before I got my Emerson. It has lasted more than 10 years so far. For a toolbox knife there are some good bargains. I prefer a fixed blade if it is going to live in the toolbox. I have an old CRKT Stiff KISS that has been a great loaner knife from the toolbox. I bought it years ago for about $20, but now looks like I could sell it for $35 on ebay. It is worth more than that to me. Most fixed blades I need I make these days anyway. I guess if you include materials, tools, time, and belts I would spend a bunch for those first knives.

  2. Kershaws offer a great value for the price paid. I just bought a used Scallion asistsed opening knife at a pawn shop for $8 – love it! Very easy to pocket (took off the belt clip).Kershaw resorted a few years ago to construct many of their knives in China. I was disappointed with the decision, but at least they stamp their knives with that fact, rather than gloss over with that ‘built in USA with foreign parts’ crap.I have one of those China knives, a Skyline and the only complaint I have with it is open back allows junk to get caught in the gap. Carrying change might stop your knife from opening.I’ll bet you aren’t disappointed with it.

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