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Carbon Fiber Handle – The Kershaw DuoJet Knife Review

The Carbon Fiber Handle on the Kershaw DuoJet Knife makes it stand out as a sharp-looking blade. Pun intended. OK, so they’re carbon fiber inlays—still, they look great.

With current prices running just over $25, this is a classy spring-assisted EDC with a more utilitarian design than a gentleman’s pocket knife. However, the single position, tip-down carry will be an obstacle for defensive-minded knife owners.

Full written review:
http://bit.ly/2SKbs69

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