Kershaw Blur Knife Review: After 10 years in the Pocket

Hey everyone, let's listen to Dennis from EDC4Fun. He reviews his Kershaw Blur after a decade of ownership. This knife has been his go-to beater, handling everything from farm chores to opening countless packages.

Over the years, he's de-assisted it, replaced the pocket clip, and it’s still going strong. The 14C28N steel blade with DLC coating remains rust-free and easy to sharpen. With its slim profile, assisted opening, and ergonomic design, the Blur has been a reliable EDC knife.

Check out the video to see how it holds up after ten years!

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