Buck Knives Odyssey I Folding Pocket Knife - Straight Edge, Liner Lock
About Buck Knives Odyssey I Folding Pocket Knife - Straight Edge, Liner Lock
Specs about Buck Knives Odyssey I Folding Pocket Knife - Straight Edge, Liner Lock
- Knife style: Folding
- Blade shape: Drop point
- Edge type: Plain
- Blade length: 3-1/8"
- Closed length: 4-5/8"
- Open length: 7-3/4"
- Number of blades: 1
- Lock type: Frame Lock
- Blade steel: 420HC stainless steel
- Handle material: Thermoplastic rubber
- Weight: 3.3 oz.
- Made in United States of America
- Please read our policy on ordering knives
- Prop 65:This product contains a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
- Cannot ship to New York State.
- US shipments only
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4.250000 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 12 reviews
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Reviewed by Dslayer121 from Nebraska on Thursday, February 6, 2014
I am the kind of guy who can't feel comfortable walking out the door in the morning without a pocket knife on me. I often hand it to someone or use it myself throughout the day to open boxes, cut up meat, trim loose threads, whatever. This knife has become one of my favorites in just a few weeks. ... Read More
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Reviewed by Dslayer121 from Nebraska on Thursday, February 6, 2014I am the kind of guy who can't feel comfortable walking out the door in the morning without a pocket knife on me. I often hand it to someone or use it myself throughout the day to open boxes, cut up meat, trim loose threads, whatever. This knife has become one of my favorites in just a few weeks. It's sharp, holds it's edge well, and has a smooth opening action that allows me to open it with either the left or right hand. It stays locked open, but closes easy enough when I want to close it to restore it to my pocket, and the pocket clip isn't too stiff or too loose. It goes in where I want it without effort, and comes out just as easily, but it stays put during normal daily activity. I highly recommend this knife. Great job, BUCK.
Reviewed by Hiking Harry from Lewiston, ME on Saturday, January 18, 2014The knife is a Buck, and Buck stands for quality and American made. Like a lot of STP products, these might be cosmetic blems or seconds. The handle on my knife was slightly rough, and needed just a touch with a fingernail file to remove a small burr. The blade is sharp and very high quality steel. The mechanism is smooth and with one drop of oil on the pivot, becomes even smoother. The knife is slightly large for every day carry in a jeans pocket, but the knife feels great in the hand. The knife falls into the "good in the pocket, great in the hand" category - while I prefer to carry a "great in the pocket, good in the hand" knife as my EDC. I work and carry a knife in one pocket and a small tactical flashlight in another, so I want light functional well-made tools. This is a well made knife and if it fits your carrying needs, you will not be disappointed. I keep it around for occasional use, though I carry a CRKT Onion Ripple serrated as my EDC. Lots of good knives out there today, and this one makes an impressive and handsome inexpensive gift for a knife collector or outdoorsy guy or gal on your list, good for gardening, hiking or camping. Wait for the coupon and snatch one up for around $20. it's a great knife in that price range.
Reviewed by Perry P. from SC on Thursday, December 26, 2013The lock works but does not feel as secure as other more expensive knives. Excellent for the price.
Reviewed by The Bulkhead pro from Syracuse, NY on Tuesday, December 24, 2013I am an advocate for buying American whenever possible so when I had the opportunity to purchase the American made Buck folder I jumped on it. I was however disappointed in the finish and overall quality of this knife. the edges of the handle liners are rough ground, then plated, the scales are crude and not finished and the knife is assembled with pins vs. removable screws used by all of the other major knife makers. I have purchased many knives ( including other Buck knives) and looked at even more, that are made in America, China, Taiwan, etc and many are of higher quality and for a lower or comparable price.
Reviewed by TK from California on Tuesday, October 22, 2013Great product.
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