https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQhwIwxvEW0&t=265This was clearly made using the same pattern as Coghlan, but using low-grade cheesium.
oh my, yes. I wish there were an easy way to determine the grades of these things, as some on this pattern are clearly worse than others. I get them in my bulk lots. A lot. And sell them very cheaply as quick as possible.
I've never seen a great one, but their quality is definitely all over the place. My Coghlan one put up with a lot. Despite being the second-worst knife I have ever owned, it is my only shelf queen.(Image removed from quote.)The worst I've personally owned is Campy, the Coghlan's Camping Tool. It did much, much, much worse than Coghlan.
A lot of Frost Cutlery's options. I've owned 5-6 over the years (mostly during my teenage years) that I actually used, and had lock failures within weeks. Of course, now, I avoid them like the plague (aside from a particular relative who keeps giving me them).