The Jefferson Knife is a classic multi-tool projecting historical American toughness and excellence into a modern build. The notion and ideas of freedom and liberty are what Thomas Jefferson used in framing American ideals. This is the first completely modular multi-tool. You can make it a single, double, or triple stack configuration by adding or taking away tools. You want to change the scales? No problem! Packed inside this tool is a hollow grind blade, screwdriver, nail puller, and 0.25" wrench. Every aspect of this knife is 100% American-made too! If you're looking for American standards with the finest materials, look no further.
Have had the Jefferson for around a week now. I must say, if they continue to come out with more tools for this thing they’ll have me for my lifetime. I am very impressed with this knife! Also made completely in America!
Built like a tank, but still lightweight. Looking forward to other things to swap out on it.
Like some was skeptical when saw price, read some reviews, watched a few videos and then it clicked. like everyone else have many choices and I chose to invest in USA-MADE. sooner or later you need to make a choice. the more robust construction, modularity, and premium blade make it more useful than others. days when I forget or find myself in a non-permissive environment still have a useful blade and set of tools to get the job(s) done. for me, the USA-MADE matters more than most. I also just got one with custom-printed scales so that's cool. As their tool catalog expands will only get better with time. Also, great warranty and candidly getting in early on this company (a division of mkt I believe) adds a fun little twist. takes some balls to jump into this market that's dominated by principally two players. for me the ? was simple to answer...
First thing first, knife blade came not very sharp, seems to be a theme the days. Not a problem for me as knives are meant to be sharpened. Once I established an edge via diamond bench stones and put a micro bevel and stropped, the edge was where it needed to be. It is fairly thick stock and beefy behind the edge. The other two tools are great. Overall look and feel are great. We will see how it performs over time.