SOG FF-24 Escape 3.4-Inch Partially Serrated Folding Knife + Free Shipping - $22.99

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SOG Specialty Knives and Tools FF-24 Escape 3.4-Inch Partially Serrated Folding Knife with Pocket Clip, Bead Blasted Finish - The SOG Specialty Knives and Tools FF-24 Escape Partially Serrated Folding Knife is the perfect size for an everyday carry and always ready for a variety of tasks. The 3.4-Inch partially serrated spear point blade is made of stainless steel with a bead blasted finish. The ambidextrous thumb stud makes opening this knife quick and easy while liner lock keeps the blade safely open while in use. Once done, unlock the blade with a one-finger release. The handle is made of anodized aluminum with a polycarbonate cover that protects the knife against corrosion and impacts while providing a comfortable grip without sacrificing the control and accuracy you need with your knife. SOG FF-24 Escape folding knife also includes a glass breaker, patent-pending wire stripper, extra line of cutter blades and a built-in line cutter that’s ideal for cutting cords, string and seat belts. This tool measures 8.2-Inches long, weighs 4.8-Ounces and includes a pocket clip for a close carry and quick access. The SOG Specialty Knives and Tools FF-24 Escape Partially Serrated Folding Knife is backed by a lifetime limited warranty that protects against defects in manufacturing and materials. Each SOG product is created with the help of company founder and chief engineer, Spencer Frazer. Known for their uncompromising style and performance, these knives and tools showcase innovation, dependability and a unique, futuristic style that has garnered awards and recognition worldwide. SOG products have also won favor among law enforcement, military and industrial customers that rely on their tools to perform flawlessly in the toughest, most adverse conditions.
ASIN: B0073H2ORU
Item model number: FF-24

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68Charger's picture

SOG has their ups and downs

SOG has their ups and downs just like any other knife company. They have their high end and lower end models. I have a lot of their fixed blades and high end folders. I personally wouldn't go with anything that's under AUS 8. That's just me. I don't Like their low-end plasticy folders either. Though I own a few.

They work well. None have yet to fail on me with extensive work.

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I picked up one of these

I picked up one of these SOG's so I could have a cheap, throw-away EDC knife for when I / we went out. The glass-breaker and seatbelt cutter are important tools to have in the event of an emergency that may happen to you or that you come across and others need help.

Regardless, at this price it's cheap and worth it. While SOG are certainly the "K-Mart" of knives and there are *many* superior brands out there if you want just an EDC-type knife, for this price and having some important features for rescue / first-responders, this is just what the doctor ordered.

Having one handy in the center console of each of your vehicles is a great idea, and if you lose it no worries -- it's only a SOG and not a high-end knife (which I'm tired of losing).

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Aim4PigsnJigs's picture

Why the rag on SOG knives? I

Why the rag on SOG knives? I think your assessment is misleading to say the least. The K-Mart of knives? Gimme a break bro, save that smack for your Kershaws, Gerbers, Cold Steels, CKRT's and imported Benchmades. I've been carrying SOG's extensively for more than 5 years, I have nothing but stellar experience with their products. Granted I don't know anything about the imported ones because I don't buy them. Their customer service is top tier all the way.

For anyone reading this that is new to blades, SOG makes excellent knives that don't break the bank. AUS8 holds up well to abuse and retains an excellent working edge. The Zytel grips are no frills and tough as nails. Their pocket clip designs are known by just about anyone who knows knives to be some of the best in the business. I really can't understand how you could shit on these knives. The Trident, Flash and Flash II''s are some of the most durable and dependable carry knives your hard earned money can buy. There is no disputing this with any amount of logical reasoning.

Besides, anyone who carries $200 EDC blades almost deserves to lose them. There isn't a single fucking thing an overpriced snob knife does any better than a Trident or Flash II. Besides making you wince if you drop it and shed tears if you lose it...Then there's that unalienable right to brag how much you overpaid for a knife.

Maybe you're one of those blade snobs, has $300 blades and throws fits when pocket lint gets between the case. I know guys like that, their "EDC" blades have never worked a day in their life, too afraid to get a scratch. I relate blade snobs to the douchery of the common Ducatti rider, sipping lattes as they stare at their machines from the coffee shop window talking about how light and expensive their carbon fiber what-the-fuck-ever was... But a look at the bike shows chicken strips an inch wide on either side on the tires because the owners are to chicken shit to drag some knee and ride the damn things.

End point: Don't smash a good blade because it's just as good as your custom piece that see's no action when for $60 you can buy something just as durable, easy to use and that will last just as long for less than half the price.

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I'm not ragging on Sog. Sog

I'm not ragging on Sog. Sog makes a decent, mid-grade knife. I know Sog fanboys think Sog is the best knife ever made, but we know different. I didn't "smash" them at all. If they're not the "K-Mart" of knives they're certainly the "Target" of knives, or maybe the Ikea, if that makes you feel better.

I use my knives, and lose them routinely, which is why I buy Sogs. I don't care if I lose or ruin one, because they're comparatively cheap and good enough for my purposes. If I want or need a better knife, I'll buy one of the many superior offerings out there, but I don't, so... I'll just keep "cheaping out" and continue to buy Sogs, of which I have not a few.

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I think you need to quit

I think you need to quit "blasting" randomly. After reading a few of your posts I sincerely think the majority of your comments are BS, just looking for an edge or trying to be something. Goes back to that little man syndrome I mentioned before. HaHa get a life dude.

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Aim4PigsnJigs's picture

What a contradictory

What a contradictory statement.

A knife is a tool. If you're too scared or cant afford to scratch or lose a Snap-On wrench and only buy Craftsman, who are you to downplay the craftsman. It's like some sort of crazy hypocrite poser action... who the fuck does that?

It's like you want to complain about the taste of quality beer because you're too afraid you might spill the bubbly champagne on your frilly panties.

You're slightly entertaining dude.

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Ahhh... the internet. Home of

Ahhh... the internet. Home of the ad hominem and ridiculous arguments ad nauseum. The first refuge of a lost argument.

I'm sorry I hurt your Sog Fan Club feelings. I use them as tools, not icons.

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Aim4PigsnJigs's picture

It became more about your

It became more about your unsubstantiated rant and less about the knives as soon as you started typing. You make no point to argue, therefor there is no argument. There's nothing iconic about a knife, any knife. I'm not part of any fan clubs, but when I find something that embarrasses offerings at over twice their price or more, I spread the word.

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What rant? From the outset,

What rant?

From the outset, you misread the post and went into assault mode raving about a perceived slight against SOG. If anything, I was raving about how a cheap knife (SOG) holds up well. SOG is not a high-end knife, though they have a vociferous fan club that thinks they are the pinnacle of knife makers, when they're essentially the same as low-to-mid range Kewshaw, etc. In fact, Kewshaw ventures into higher tiers where SOG prefers to play within the low-to-middle range, and that's just fine with me. I was raving -- not ranting -- about SOGs cheap $30 "Escape" knife, but you thought I was somehow bashing it. It's OK to be the K-Mart / Target / Ikea of knives -- make a sufficient-quality product at a great price. This is why I have a (relative) bunch of them. The contradiction you imagined was manufactured. My *compliment* to SOG was that I do NOT feel compelled to carry any of the $400+ blades I do own, as their cheap $30-100 knives do what I need without having to be concerned with losing it or ruining it through hard use.

Anyway, you look seriously familiar. You're not in the South, by chance?

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Aim4PigsnJigs's picture

Ok man, I'll agree rant was

Ok man, I'll agree rant was the wrong word to use but no doubt your comments were back handed. I've owned 4 Sog knives, lost one, and that's all I've needed. I find uses for my knives everyday, multiple times a day. It's to the point where I almost feel naked without one, funny how that works after you start carrying. Anyway, I just don't see them as throw away knives. I see them as affordable, dependable, well designed and easy to use tools that offer extremely high value for the dollar. Its not about fan clubs, it's about bang for buck and having the common sense to know somethings good when you see it. I don't do frilly. There isn't a $400 dollar blade on the planet that I would give $200 for. Inline with $7 cups of coffee that I'd wouldn't pay $3.50 for. I understand collector values and rare things, however you don't use them, you collect them and my interests aren't in expensive items of little or no use. On the other hand, Sog makes dependable knives designed for daily use, not for taking out of the safe, deploying a few times, then put back away in its dehumidified man cave. Sog is at the top of their game for usable dependable knifes and any comparison to a "collector value" blade is moot... Funny thing is, they do everything an expensive blade does as well or better, kinda like a G-SHOCK vs a Rolex. Had you said Sog's are the G-SHOCKS of knives, I'd have thumbed you up.

That's all I'm sayin.

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