Coast FDX302 Knife Review
I've lost count of the pocket knives I've had in my lifetime.
Years ago I used to marvel at those with the carved and shaped wood handles. Go back sixty years and pocket knives were very basic - a blade, maybe two.
In the 1970s, the Swiss Army knife was the rage. As the fad exploded, so did the knife as some had so many gadgets you needed a backpack to carry the knife.
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Slim & Stainless
When I saw the Coast FDX302 in the hard-plastic packaging, I immediately had a negative thought.
I thought it would be heavy. I've come to really appreciate lightweight pocket knives. Just a month ago, I received a Klein electrician's pocketknife to review and it was HEAVY - too heavy.
The Coast FDX302 is light. It's sleek. It's handsome. It's stainless steel so it won't rust. I love that.
It may soon become one of my favorite knives.
I can tell you for sure it will accompany me on all my hiking and Summits on the Air adventures. I'm a ham radio buff and love to talk with other operators while on top of a mountain.
- Stainless Steel
- Blade: 3 inches
- Closed Length: 4.375 inches
- Belt Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- Guaranteed to Deliver Pride
- Guaranteed to Produce Envy Among Close Friends
- Life-saving Potential