CRKT Journeyer - Heinnie.com - £14.95 delivered
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CRKT Journeyer - Heinnie.com - £14.95 delivered

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Found 24th Jun 2017
A nice reduction on a well reviewed knife.

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In folded or locked position, it goes the distance. Leave the pin at home and it's UK friendly carry.

Turn Liong Mah's folding everyday carry knife into a virtual fixed knife simply by pulling out the pin tool in the back of the handle and placing it into the blade slot. The black stonewashed blade will do the rest for the years of journeys to come.

Designed by Liong Mah, of Palm Bay, Florida, the CRKT Journeyer was born out of necessity. Knife laws in many areas of the world strictly govern blade size and locking mechanisms, leading Mah to the realization that there was a need for a classic slip joint folding knife that is safe and functional for performing daily tasks.

To lock the Journeyer blade in place, simply pull the T6 torque wrench pin tool from the back of the handle and place it into the blade slot. You can also use it to adjust the pivot tension. The 7 cm stonewashed blade is then ready to get to work on the hardest utility tasks—not to mention have your back when it comes to safety. The glass reinforced nylon handle provides unmatched grip on a knife that you can feel comfortable carrying anywhere.

If you're looking for a knife to accompany you on trips for years to come, travel with the Journeyer.
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Ideal for each of my crew...
"not to mention have your back when it comes to safety." That statement alone is enough to give a negative vote.
I think you mean heinnie.com
Vote hot if you like knife crime
Those ceramic knives from Lidl are cheaper. Plus they pass through metal detectors!
Why, what metal detectors? Where
cb-uk

Those ceramic knives from Lidl are cheaper. Plus they pass through metal … Those ceramic knives from Lidl are cheaper. Plus they pass through metal detectors!



They have a steel shank inside the blade to make them detectable!
okepete

"not to mention have your back when it comes to safety." That statement … "not to mention have your back when it comes to safety." That statement alone is enough to give a negative vote.


It's a knife..... You take it with you when your out in the wildernes, camping , trekking, what are you going to use to defend yourself with if you need too, you're camping stove, no, you're going to use the knife that you brought with you.
Fantastic price for a well made piece of kit that is perfectly legal to carry on the uk. My leatherman goes everywhere with me and I would never dream of using it to harm anyone
fr33radicalls

It's a knife..... You take it with you when your out in the wildernes, … It's a knife..... You take it with you when your out in the wildernes, camping , trekking, what are you going to use to defend yourself with if you need too, you're camping stove, no, you're going to use the knife that you brought with you.



​defend urself from what?! a badger? squirrel? deer?!
allenjones2003

defend urself from what?! a badger? squirrel? deer?!



a rabid water vole
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allenjones2003

defend urself from what?! a badger? squirrel? deer?!




Anyone that camps out should always have a knife to hand. If for any reason your tent were to catch fire (it happens from sparks, carelessness etc) a knife through the tent wall is by far the quickest escape. I use a knife for fuel collection for my wood stove and for preparation of food. A knife and duct tape are top of my list after tent, sleeping bag and sleeping mat. This knife is a folder blade and legal but with a twist. The local thug will use a kitchen knife.

Edited by: "OllieSt" 24th Jun 2017
I bought the Journeyer last year. The pivot retainer failed after a few uses but the replacement is still going strong. I can't understand the negativity towards knives as they are so useful and my Spyderco is carried and used daily. And Heinnie are great people to deal with!
Locko

I bought the Journeyer last year. The pivot retainer failed after a few … I bought the Journeyer last year. The pivot retainer failed after a few uses but the replacement is still going strong. I can't understand the negativity towards knives as they are so useful and my Spyderco is carried and used daily. And Heinnie are great people to deal with!


Go on I'll bite, why do you use such a knife on a daily basis?
fr33radicalls

It's a knife..... You take it with you when your out in the wildernes, … It's a knife..... You take it with you when your out in the wildernes, camping , trekking, what are you going to use to defend yourself with if you need too, you're camping stove, no, you're going to use the knife that you brought with you.


"what are you going to use to defend yourself with if you need too" - If you're camping, you could try threatening your attacker with your sling-backs.
Looks to be voted cold by people believing the hype in the daily rags..........

Your local thug/hoody will use a kitchen knife or cheap rambo type thingy..........

Its a tool nothing more (and if you tried to use this in a stabby way you would take your own fingers off) and I do carry a knife every day for work (and a leatherman) both are lockers but legal as I "have reason" and would be lost without them as they get hard use...

But as to this knife , had 2 (and lost them both) bloody good knives for the price.............
allenjones2003

defend urself from what?! a badger? squirrel? deer?!


Hahaha... You do realise what the knife is intended for , and you do realise our greatest threat is from other people, the obvious aside, my reply was to the ridiculous comment, picking out a comment out of a discription and possible uses of a knife, not everyone lives and stays in Morecambe there whole lives.
qbs

"what are you going to use to defend yourself with if you need too" - If … "what are you going to use to defend yourself with if you need too" - If you're camping, you could try threatening your attacker with your sling-backs.


I had to Google sling backs,
Look whatever you do on a Friday night after the dear wife has headed of to bingo is you're business, and if you're the sort of fella that likes to cut a groove on the campsite with a pair on then that's up to you.. who am I to judge, but people who go walking in proper shoes and go camping need a knife, it doesn't then take a great leap to say that if you need protection then the knife is the first thing to come out,
What's more important and strange is people's need to latch on to that tiny line and turn a post about a common sense packing item when going out and about camping into something about slashing and dicing people up,
How these strange isolated minds work, bless them.
Edited by: "fr33radicalls" 25th Jun 2017
fr33radicalls

I had to Google sling backs, Look whatever you do on a Friday night after … I had to Google sling backs, Look whatever you do on a Friday night after the dear wife has headed of to bingo is you're business, and if you're the sort of fella that likes to cut a groove on the campsite with a pair on then that's up to you.. who am I to judge, but people who go walking in proper shoes and go camping need a knife, it doesn't then take a great leap to say that if you need protection then the knife is the first thing to come out, What's more important and strange is people's need to latch on to that tiny line and turn a post about a common sense packing item when going out and about camping into something about slashing and dicing people up, How these strange isolated minds work, bless them.


The point is what are you defending yourself against? Unless your idea of wilderness is your local urban park, you've little to be concerned about in real wilderness, certainly nothing that a puny wee knife's going to protect you from.
powerbrick14 h, 27 m ago

Go on I'll bite, why do you use such a knife on a daily basis?



My Spyderco and Journeyer both have sub 3'' blades and can both be opened and closed using one hand and are used for the simplest of tasks such as opening packaging, cutting banding straps, peeling fruit, cutting back plants, cutting string, slicing cheese, meat etc... In fact they are much sharper than the small knives in my cutlery drawer and are always to hand!
qbs

The point is what are you defending yourself against? Unless your idea of … The point is what are you defending yourself against? Unless your idea of wilderness is your local urban park, you've little to be concerned about in real wilderness, certainly nothing that a puny wee knife's going to protect you from.


The point is , it isn't bought to protect yourself it was bought for its intended purpose, but it's a knife, there are things, like knives that are good for things other than their intended purpose, and it was mentioned in the description which is what someone picked up on, funny that there was a trampoline just below this post, more people injured from one of those than people getting slashed up,
Had this a while now, cant really bring myself to like it (feels & looks ugly), well made but of my half dozen CRKT knives this is my least favourite... worth £15 though!

Knives are useful tools, its the owner that turns them into weapons.
OllieSt

A knife and duct tape are top of my list ...



...oO
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Krinkle

...oO



Yeah, last time I spent a few nights out on Dartmoor my tarp developed a tear. Duct tape is a brilliant quick fix. and i just wrap some of it around a pencil. I am in to lightweight camping and I have considered a razor blade instead of a knife, but a knife is much more versatile. And no the tear was not from my carless knife use. How would you have managed the situation without the duct tape and the knife to cut it? I'm planning a similar trip this summer for 4 nights and can thoroughly recommend it.





Edited by: "OllieSt" 26th Jun 2017
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