In a first for Journeywind Junk, I’ve decided to return a knife. I know what you’re thinking – “Really? The Cryo? That’s the best budget blade Kershaw makes!” And you know what? I can’t really argue with that assessment. I wholeheartedly endorse the Cryo as a value-conscious EDC knife.
Since its introduction in 1963, Seiko’s 5 Series has produced some incredible watches. Touted for their affordability and automatic movement, these timepieces have made their way onto legions of loyal wrists. The most popular model is the Seiko SNK809.
Close your eyes and imagine a knife. It’s got a Scandi grind, a back lock, and a comfortable, green handle perfectly suited for the great outdoors. Whose maker’s mark is on this woodsman’s dream? Open your eyes – It’s Cold Steel.
The Gerber Dime is one of the most popular mini multi-tools on the planet. And yet, it divides EDC websites and forums in a way that few other items can match. So what’s the deal with the Dime? I plopped down my cash in an effort to find out. Here’s what I came up with over a couple weeks of testing.
The CRKT Pilar has proven to be a hot commodity. Following its debut at the 2017 SHOT Show, this little EDC knife has sold out at many of the major online retailers. Journeywind Junk wanted to know what all the fuss was about, and CRKT was kind enough to oblige. Here’s my review of the Pilar, supplied by the folks at Columbia River.
Thanks to German manufacturer Kaweco, fountain fans can now get that same elusive smoothness in a tool the size of a Fisher Space Pen. Meet the Liliput, a pocket pen so outstanding that it just may change the way you look at writing.