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At a glance, you could be forgiven for thinking there’s not a lot to separate the new Knafs Lander 2 pocketknife from the original Lander. It’s blue or it’s black, your choice. The handle and blade shape of the Lander 2 is pretty much identical to that of the first model. At 188mm long overall, The Lander 2 is a bit bigger than its little brother, but you’d still never call it ‘a big knife’. It shares a similar fast-swap scale design as the original Lander, with some choices arriving later this year. In short, the Lander 2 is everything...

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In the age of digital dominance, where smartphones and tablets seamlessly organise our lives, there's a compelling case to be made for the timeless allure of tangible tools. For us everyday carry (EDC) enthusiasts who meticulously curate our collections, the addition of a humble yet indispensable item—Field Notes—can elevate the analog experience and bring a refreshing balance to our digital realm. At Adventure Carry, we're thrilled to introduce the latest addition to our collection of everyday carry essentials: Field Notes! These pocket-sized notebooks have become an indispensable tool for individuals seeking functionality, durability, and a touch of nostalgia in their...

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We love Knafs’ Lander pocketknife here at Adventure Carry. So do thousands of other Australian knife folks. (Missed that one? You can read about the original Lander HERE).Well, now the Knafs Lander 2 is on its way to our sunny shores, and we’re excited. If you squint, the design looks a lot like the first version of the Knafs Lander knife, but not only is it a tad bigger, there’s a LOT of other great stuff going on. Let’s take a quick look… Lander 2 - how much bigger?The overall length of the Lander 2 is 187.9mm, to be precise,...

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I’ve never really understood the appeal of traditional slipjoint pocketknives. I guess if you’re all about tradition for the sake of it, and you’re willing to forego a pocket clip in order to gain a certain aesthetic, then that’s your choice. Yet even beyond the strictly traditional realm, it seems that relatively few brands are willing to break the rules in slipjoint design and give their knives a pocket clip, premium blade steel and screwed-together construction. You know, the sort of space-age stuff that raises the hackles of the GEC hardliners.For these reasons and more besides, I’ve eschewed slipjoints until...

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  In amongst the current tsunami of button lock pocketknives, Civivi released the Qubit. And the button lock Elementum. And the Altus, the Chevalier, the Cogent…pardon me if I missed one. My point is that Civivi, bless ‘em, are so prolific in their releases of new knife designs that you could get whiplash trying to keep up as they zoom past. I nearly missed the Qubit myself, but by chance I stumbled upon it online, compared its specs to other designs available and decided there was one compelling reason to add it to my collection. One reason it seems most...

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