I have a garden of sorts, it’s just flowers, it’s my way of trying to make things a bit nicer looking I guess and there are lots of tools you use for gardening and one does include a knife. Up for review today I have the VNX ProGarden garden knife which can be used for gardening or hunting and fishing. The knife looks very nice for sure, and it has a straight blade and a curved blade but it does have one major flaw. Read on to learn more…
Specifications and Features
I’m not sure what type of wood the handle is made of of but it looks very nice and it’s comfortable to hold in your hand. The handle is thick making it easier to hold. The is 5 inches when closed so it can easily fit in your pocket and 9 inches with the blades open, so the blades are 4 inches each. The blades are made of 420 stainless steel so they should be easy to clean of course and should hold an edge for a while.
The knife has both a straight blade and a curved blade, each has it;’s purpose in the garden or just in everyday use. One big problem I can see with this knife is that the blades do not lock in place. This nice is meant to do heavy work like cutting and digging roots etc but yet the blades don’t lock, it’s just not very safe in my opinion.
I like this knife a lot, I love the looks of it and the blades are very useful for much more than just gardening for sure.
What I don’t like about this knife and what really drops it’s score is that the blades do not lock. I’ve used knives without locking blades before and for the most part they’re fine but one time I did have one close on my finger and slice it open very deeply, since then I’ve never used a folding knife that does not lock especially one that’s designed for heavy work like this one is.
-No lock for blades
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