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Cold Steel Tuff-Lite

Mikey Bautista
Cold Steel Tuff-Lite

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True to its name, the Tuff-Lite packs the build quality Cold Steel is renowned for into a knife that's small in size but big in performance. Manufactured to be a work knife, the Tuff-Lite's 2.5" blade is sharp out of the box. Its heat-treated, rust-resistant AUS 8A stainless steel sharpens easily to a surgical edge. Molded Grivory handles give great purchase, and their high strength-to-weight ratio offers reliability without added bulk. If you want a blade that's just as useful in your EDC as it is in the workshop, look no further than this workhorse of a knife.


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Discussion (4 total)

Chanaski ·
I have this knife. It's great for heavy duty cutting (carpet, vinyl flooring, etc.) Very ergonomic, very secure. Much more comfortable to use than a regular folding utility knife. A few passes over a stone makes it sharp again after really heavy usage. The wharncliff styled blade is great for detailed work as well. It also comes in a smaller size, and with a serrated edge.
John McKnatt ·
I am really liking the look of this knife. Small, compact and light would be perfect for those light day carries
Bruce Satow ·
Very nice, but blade is soft. I was cutting some boxes up and hit a copper staple. It nicked the blade.
Bruce Satow ·
I like this knife, but the steel isn't exceptionally hard.