The RnS Star stainless steel knife was presented to me for review.  It can be found at amazon here. This is a sponsored post in regard to the product itself.  The knife is small, which is what I like.  It can go straight in your pocket without getting in the way or needing a sheath.  The overall length is 6.8 inches, with the blade length being legal in most states sitting at 2.56 inches long.  The straight edge is a plus, as I don’t like knives that include a serrated portion.  It’s matt black finish is a good choice.  It has holes everywhere to minimize weight.  That’s a good thing, but it can also get coins snagged in it if they are also in your pocket.  Aside from the locking pin protruding out the side and breaking off, the knife is solid.  There is no wiggle between the blade and handle at all.  For knife aficionados that is a definite plus.

While it had it’s flaw with the locking lever breaking off I would pay fifteen bucks for it, but no more.

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My name is Roger Paige, aka The Focused Traveler. Periodically I am also known as hey you, yahoo, and dinkus. For the last three years I have claimed the revered title of a Masshole by moving to Massachusetts. Prior to that I lived in Southern California for nearly thirty years. That would be the place where I cut my teeth in the media world’s pacifier called the web. What Exactly Do I Do? I am a time-traveler, a raconteur, lensman, and cinematographer. Well, the time-traveler may be a stretch but I like the term, so it’s staying. Telling stories is my thing. Telling stories along with pictures and video is my even bigger thing. Telling stories on social media platforms about how awesomely amazing brands and their products are by using my stories, photographs and video is my even bigger BIGGER thing. I photograph: food, both static and squirming on the plate, people, places, things, whatchamacallits and thingamajigs. My imagination knows no boundaries.

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