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Kershaw Cryo II 1556BW EDC Review

Let me just start by saying the Kershaw Cryo II is an excellent knife -- if the title photo didn't give that away. Recently, I've rekindled my fascination with knives; hopefully that didn't sound too spooky. This knife serves as my everyday carry (EDC) and usually spends its time opening boxes... like a champ. Occasionally it takes on some more difficult tasks such as cutting cable or the occasional zip-tie and all are dispatched with ease. The deep carry pocket clip is also a very nice touch as it keeps it from being too "flashy" for lack of a better term. With other clips there is a portion of the body of the knife showing, but with the deep carry this is not a problem, and especially since it is black it's even less conspicuous. This particular Kershaw model comes with a flipper and assisted open with has a novelty all to itself. My knife connoisseur friends tell me it gets old and is potentially dangerous but I'm still caught up in the novelty. I ended up with a drop point blade design and kind of wish I had of gotten the tanto variety; next time. The last part I feel is noteworthy is the blackwash finish which I'm a huge fan of as I hate seeing scratches on things I like but this thing comes completely pre-scratched, kind of. Head to your local outdoor shop and they'll probably have at least one or two varieties of the many there to check out. Then you can do like I do and just order it for cheaper on Amazon in the variety you prefer.

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In 2002 my father bought me a desktop computer for school, and on one of the last pages of the checkout process they offered me a digital camera, a Sony Mavica MVCFD100 to be precise. You know, the big ugly digital camera that you could plug a 3.5" floppy disk into the side of. From that moment forward, I became the camera guy.

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