If you like a good Tanto Blade that doesn’t cost a lot of money, then the Kershaw Shuffle 2 might be a great EDC Knife to consider.
Kershaw is a knife company that offers economical EDC knives with price points that fall within almost everyone’s budget. From the $15 Filter, an all-metal knife that offers a large 3.2 inch blade, to their top-end knives coming in under $70, Kershaw offers a lot of value and features in their knives for your hard earned cash.
The Kershaw Shuffle 2 comes in under $25 and is a great Everyday Carry knife that you don’t have to worry about dropping, or losing. It’s low cost means that getting a replacement knife isn’t going to break the bank.
With multifunctional appeals and value pricing, Shuffle II features a flathead screwdriver tip, handy bottle opener on either side of knife and lanyard hole
Reliable 8Cr13MoV stainless steel tanto-blade is extremely sharp and designed to puncture, slash, stab, slice, chop or scrape the surface of various tough materials
Reversible pocketclip is convenient for tip-down left or right-handed carry
The only thing that the Shuffle 2 seems to lack is the speedsafe assisted blade opening mechnaism. While the less expensive Kershaw Filter, priced at just $15, has the assisted opening, it’s seems odd that the company wouldn’t include it with the Shuffle 2. Instead, you have to push the blade open with the thumbstud, which at times can be a bit difficult depending on how you’re holding it.
On the up-side, the Shuffle 2 is a great EDC Knife. It fits in the pocket well, and is usable for all your daily cutting needs, such as getting into Amazon boxes, slicing apples for the kids, and opening mail.
I highly recommend the Kershaw Shuffle 2 if you really aren’t a fan of assisted open knives, or you like the Kershaw brand.