Categories edc review Review of the Cold Steel Spartan as an EDC Knife Post author By Charla Rodriguez Post date August 3, 2020 29 Comments on Review of the Cold Steel Spartan as an EDC Knife Share this:TwitterFacebookLike Loading... ← UCSK – Ultra Compact Survival Kit by Polymath review by UKEDC → Long-term Review: KeySmart 2.0 (EDC key ring organ 29 replies on “Review of the Cold Steel Spartan as an EDC Knife” I paid 80 from bladehq Loading... That triad lock hold 350lbs its a beast I trust these Andrew Demko folders with my life for self defence. I alternate my edc between the CS-Spartan CTSBD1 and the CS-Rajah 2. I also edc the Kabar USMC 1217 from time to time. Loading... It's my lucky knife. I'm in Canada so we can't carry guns here. Cold Steel makes me feel safe. Loading... wait… you mean you only carry one knife? Loading... The cold steel rajah is a folding kukri Loading... That's my experience too. For a user blade the Cold Steel Voyager clip point is much more useful. On the other hand, as a compact version of the Spartan Kopis this takes some beating. Loading... Edc, yes yes!!! Loading... Lol @ cat & shirt. Loading... love the shirt! Loading... i love this knife its my edc or my kershaw blue i love this knife great edc for me Loading... lol I've always thought of EDC as Emergency Defense Carry, because that's what I use my locking knives for, is for "just in case" which a few times I have had to scare people off with(most effective knife attack is not attacking at all, just scaring the other person into running), what you're talking about with EDC I assume is for utility, in which case I usually have my Gerber Crucial clipped to my backpack(which is almost always on me) Loading... like the shirt! haha Loading... Great review but I don't agree with what you said in regards of the blade shape. You can get tremendous cutting power with the s curve. Loading... don't love it send it my way lol someone just stole mine Loading... the rajah 2 is more of a pocket machete !!! try it!!!! Loading... I carry the spartan an the Ak47 edc… Love them both not to big for me…. Loading... I have a Spartan and I love mine and I do carry mine every day. Like you I made a video on mine as well. I am kind of a cold steel fan, as of right now I have about 20 of their products. Loading... Biggest prob is, in many areas, the 4.5" Spartan blade would be illegal for carry, as it is a big folder. I'm more in the camp of the 3" blade for EDC, give or take… Not sayin' it's not a great blade, just not an EDC for the avg folk… Loading... Honestly I don't want any knife put between my ribs. Big blade or small, none of it sounds fun. Loading... very good review on a set point if view thanks! Loading... The one reason I passed on this knife was they had a batch, maybe they all are like this although you seemed to be able to unlock yours without issue, but I couldn't release the lock it was too stiff! I know the shopkeeper actually had to depress it with force against his counter to release the lock and close the blade. Loading... hahah…I thought you have Santa as your sidekick there. Side Kicked! Loading... Good work, nice review 🙂 Loading... i have troubles sharpening in inner swedge of the blade where i cant get a stone in there. any recomendations Loading... Any issues with the blade rubbing against the slabs despite being centered? Loading... I'm getting one for Christmas !! I already got the Ti Lite 4 inch and love it. I got mine off Amazon for a great deal Loading... @ryotaryuu The Voyager is the perfect size for me, and it's thin enough that you can't even feel it in your pocket. Loading... @CrowPollock both are too big for EDC but the XL Voy is stupid big. Why you want to carry that. it's 7 inches folded. Loading... My new EDC knife is either going to be this or the XL Voyager. Loading... Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.