SOG BladeLight Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

It’s a known fact that pocket knives have become an essential tool for most guys to carry around on a daily basis. A knife can be extremely convenient in several different situations, but what about when  you get stranded with no lights?

Well the team at SOG looks to solve this problem with their upcoming release in the SOG BladeLight Knife. As the name would suggest, this pocket knife has been retrofitted with 6 LED lights completely surrounding the blade ensuring that there are no shadowing effects. This in turn ensures that every precision cut you make will be much more accurate. This is the perfect tool for your next camping trip, seeing that it is powered by three AAA batteries, is completely waterproof, and can be used as a standalone flashlight. The BladeLight Knife will retail for about $85 when it releases in the fall of 2012.

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