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01-06-2011, 12:37 PM
well i got a kershaw leek for christmas
first thought was oh great another something i don't need
but having used it for a couple of weeks
the thing is made very well ,nice craftsmanship
http://www.knivesplus.com/kershaw-leek-knives.html
cheers imho

rnhood
01-06-2011, 12:46 PM
The Kershaw Leek is a bargain in a folding pocket knife, if there ever was one. Well made with good steel and, at the flick of your finger its ready for business. I don't know which iteration you have as they make several but, its not often you can get a quality frame lock pocket knife for so little. I have several Kershaw knives and like them all.

Although expensive, the Chris Reeve Sebenza is the cadillac of production frame lock pocket knives - made in America of course. I have one in my pocket now and am never without it. I also have the Scott Cook Lochsa and its virtually without peer. The handle is one piece titanium. No screws or pins. Beautifully executed in every way.

AngryScientist
01-06-2011, 12:50 PM
i have this one that i really like. the finish is way more impressive in person, and it just feels like a well built piece. i dont carry it that often, generally i carry a small mini SOG multitool, but this is really one of my favorites:

http://images.outdoorpros.com/images/prod/5/Kershaw-1600VIB-rw-8807-25980.jpg

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01-06-2011, 01:02 PM
my son got me the leek to replace my spyderco dragonfly i thought
i lost until i found it in the pocket of my new years eve suite .. .

"the Chris Reeve Sebenza is the cadillac" very nice
cheers imho
the d.fly is cool but mine is made in japan