by Leon Pantenburg
DISCLAIMER: The Versa knife was sent to me by Jason Hanson to be used in a review. I was not paid for writing this review, and at the point of publication there was no affiliate or sponsorship relationship with Jason Hanson or his company. The following is my opinion, and there was no input from anyone.
“How do I break a window and get out of here if I’m trapped inside?”
It is a valid concern.
- Blade: 3.26-inch blade made of AUS 8 stainless steel.
- Size: 4.91 inches long when folded closed.
- Blade design: Combination straight edge, and serrated re-curve blade.
- Point: The point is squared off at the end, designed as a flat-head screwdriver or emergency chisel.
- A survival glass breaker
- Flipper-style assist allows for fast opening with either hand…and with the knife locked open it doubles as a safety guard. t
- Built-in frame lock provides a sturdy locking surface.
- Rugged pocket clip
- A strap cutter has been built into the handle and is made to be used with the knife closed for safety.
I review products by using them for the purpose they were designed for. In this case, I would have to be trapped inside a vehicle and use the Versa knife to escape. Well, I hope that’s not gonna happen! But in using and carrying the knife, here is what I found out.
Here is the good stuff:
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