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It took a fire fighter with a genius for knife design to conceive this feature-rich rescue knife. And Rick Hinderer did himself proud. Hes integrated some of the most important features a fire fighter will need. Even while wearing turn-out gloves, using this knife will not be an issue. The knife has larger, beefier features and mechanisms built-in. This is no ordinary rescue knife.
Blade colour: Stainless steel
Blade size: 8.89 cm
Folded length: 13 cm
Handle colour: Red
Length: 21.6 cm
Quantity per pack: 1
Weight: 159 g
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I gave 4 stars for one reason, I am a firefighter so I have some experience with rescue tools. The seatbelt cutter feels more like an afterthought and is rather difficult to deploy, with gloves on I'd say impossible. The O2 bottle tool is a bit ridiculous and the other little attachments are too small and don't fit in the pouch well along with the knife. I'd say this knife is best suited for #1: it has a heavy and long body that works well for popping a window even with an ungloved hand if done properly. #2: The blunt point in the blade means only the serrated portion is useful as a knife and I would cut a seatbelt with it before fumbling for the actual seatbelt cutter, the blade deployment is suitably smooth and quick enough to deploy one handed even with structure gloves on.... the good ones, not the crap leather bottom dollar structural firefighting gloves. #3: if the seatbelt is tight against the body, then the seatbelt cutter may be worth the time to deploy but its not long enough to get under the belt easily... maybe over...
Bottom line: reasonable quality, and I do recommend this for a loved one to carry with them, but maybe not so much for full time career rescue. I may give the "combat lifesaver" version a try for myself.
Please, if you do get this for a loved one, please teach them how to use it safely. If you don't know, go down to your local fire station and ask. Glass dust is a bad deal to inhale and breaking it takes more situational awareness than you might think. On top of that, even tempered glass will shred your arm if you just go punching through the middle.
I've read some comments that the knife too bulky to carry it in your pocket. I haven't found this to be true as I always put it in my jeans pocket before leaving home in the morning. It comes with a small tool kit that is intended to be worn on a belt. That part of the package I don't use regularly but its in my glove box.
One of the most used tools I've acquired through Amazon. Highly recommend it.
Two years later and this baby is still my EDC tool and my rating stands.