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Kershaw OSO Sweet Assisted Opening Pocket Knife
$26.99
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  • 8CR13MoV stainless steel for toughness and edge retention
  • Injection-molded, glass-filled nylon handle
  • Distinctive scale pattern on handle
  • SpeedSafe assisted-opening mechanism
  • Removable, reversible pocket clip
  • Measures: 3 1/2" blade; 4 3/8" closed


The Kershaw OSO Sweet Folding Knife offers a 3 1/2" blade of high quality 8CR13MoV stainless steel for toughness and edge retention. A handle of black injection molded glass-filled nylon with a distinctive “scale" pattern.


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great edc Reviewed by mike on Jul 17, 2014   5 out of 5

I want to thank you all for reviews cause you all were right. I have been looking for a new EDC for 5 months and have bought other knives in mean time and none felt right till I purcheased OSO sweet wish it was a hair bigger in hand but other than that it is perfect. and unlike other knives this did come razor sharp.so again thank you all keep doing reviews on everything to help others.



Too sweeet! Reviewed by KJ on Jul 16, 2013   5 out of 5

Oh so sweet it is! When I first got this knife I thought to myself, too small. I like my everyday carry knives to be at least 3 inches, which is why I bought this knife, its 3 inches long and has the speedsafe assist open system. I not only carry for utility reasons but for self defense as well, It didn't look like it would be a good aggressive looking, useful knife. The more I handled the knife, the more I knew I was wrong. Another great Kershaw. I love this knife, the action is swift and smooth, flies open! Great edge out of the box, couple of passes on my steel and it's razor sharp! The oso sweet is now on me everyday, everywhere I go.



Great Knife Reviewed by Keith Yates on May 27, 2013   5 out of 5

I lost a Ken Onion Kershaw knife somehow. I had to have another to replace it and this one did the job. I am totally satisfied and may order another, just in case. It feels good in my pocket and is a quality knife for any price.



Kershaw OSO Sweet Folding Knife Reviewed by J. MILLER on Mar 03, 2013   5 out of 5

THIS IS A VERY NICE KNIFE. QUALITY ALL THE WAY AT A FAIR PRICE. WHEN I WAS YOUNGER KERSHAW WAS KNOWN FOR THEIR GOOD KNIVES. AS THE YEARS WENT BY, THE QUALITY OF THEIR KNIVES SEEMED TO SLIP, AND I QUIT USING THEM. IT LOOKS LIKE KERSHAW IS BACK. I HAVE RECENTLY SOLD A NUMBER OF KERSHAW KNIVES TO CUSTOMERS, AND THEY ABSOLUTELY LOVED THEM. I PERSONALLY CARRY THE OSO SWEET KNIFE. I FEEL IT IS ONE OF THE BETTER ALL PURPOSE, DAILY CARRY KNIVES THAT I HAVE OWENED IN SEVERAL YEARS. I WOULD HIGHLY RECCOMEND THIS KNIFE. J.M.



best knife ever! Reviewed by Lee on Feb 22, 2013   5 out of 5

This knife is o so sweet for real. The blade is made of great material. I had got one b4. So good I had to have another. I would recamend this to any one who loves knifes!



Kershaw Oso Sweet Folding Knife Reviewed by Mongojoe on May 09, 2011   5 out of 5

I've been carrying and using the Kershaw Oso Sweet daily, for several months now, and have come to the conclusion that it's an excellent general purpose folding knife for the money involved. And as an older fella, with a touch of arthritis creeping into my hands, that SpeedSafe assisted opening is a big plus... One thing however, the ad says that the knife has an AUS6A stainless steel blade. While AUS6A is a decent quality blade steel, and the Oso Sweet did originally come with an AUS6A blade, they have changed. The Oso Sweet now has the even better quality 8Cr13Mov stainless steel blade. And while some people judge/buy a knife by it's "looks" or even it's handle material, I judge a knife by the quality of it's blade steel and it's functionality (It doesn't matter how "pretty" it is if it won't hold an edge.), and the Oso Sweet compares favorably with some knives I have that cost twice as much........ In my personal opinion, at this price point, this is a tough knife to beat...



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