Posts Tagged ‘blade-assist knives’

Firefighters Put COAST’s RX322 Blade-Assist Knife to Work

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

COAST's RX322 Blade-Assist KnifeRecently, Model City Firefighter Andrew Catron and the High Point Fire Department crew reviewed one of our elite blade-assist knives, the RX322. Designed by the renowned Ron Lake, this knife is part of our Rapid Response line featuring unique technology that makes the blade simple to open with one hand.

The patented roller-bearing mount on the blade, paired with a spring leaf between the handle liners, makes the RX322 the fastest, smoothest and safest of blade-assist knives on the market for people who are either right- or left-handed. The knife’s Max-Lock and Liner-Lock technologies keep the RX322’s blade securely in place to prevent accidental engages and disengages. The stainless steel frame, fiberglass-filled nylon handle and the following specifications give the knife dependable durability that emergency workers trust. (more…)

Product Comparison: DX330 Knife vs. Rapid Response 3.90

Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

DX330 Knife vs. Rapid Response 3.90

To the untrained eye, today’s product comparison may seem silly. Both of our featured products, the DX330 knife and the Rapid Response 3.90 knife, feature smooth blade-assist opening technology, and both are constructed with high-quality stainless steel and handle materials. However, for those who rely on knives in their work, or while hunting, the details about each knife, as outlined below, really do matter. For instance, rescue personnel who are constantly in motion while on the job will appreciate the DX330’s deep-carry pocket clip, which will keep the blade securely in one’s pocket. Read on to discover the differences between these two knives. (more…)