Leatherman Bond vs Morakniv Companion F Fixed Knife Black/Orange Handle

  • Great for EDC
  • A fantastic EDC tool with a traditional and timeless look and feel
  • Leatherman
  • Opened up easily with no issues
  • Value is incredible for what you get
  • Great for outdoor activities
  • Sharp and light weight
  • Sheath clips securely to belt
  • Blade gives you solid confirmation that it's locked in to the sheath
  • Knives are basebones and functional

Reviews by Topic

Our analysis shows how reviewers feel about different topics. Please note these are not full reviews.

Blade

Leatherman Bond
Dangerous blade issue
Great tool…almost. For the most part this model is very reminiscent of the original PST, a great compact multitool that’s fairly lightweight and easy to carry in pocket. I’d highly recommend it to anyone if it weren’t for the blade issue. As has been stated elsewhere, the knife blade easily comes lo...
2/5
M. Howser
1 year ago
amazon.com
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Morakniv Companion F Fixed Knife Black/Orange Handle
Companion Spark
Almost a week early - Companion blade. If there is any problem with the retention of the ferro rod I'll do an update. I trust the quality of a Mora. Not sure why a 15 dollar knife is $29 with a ferro rod, but I wanted the feature :)
5/5
John Roope
3 years ago
amazon.com
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Price/value Ratio

Leatherman Bond
Actually Dangerous
I have several Leatherman multi tools. I love them. Leatherman, however, has never been good with listening to customer feedback. I hope the response to this ABSOLUTELY AWEFUL product will change that misguided mentality. How this product passed the safety testing is beyond me. This tool is actually...
1/5
Ben Loewy
1 year ago
amazon.com
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Morakniv Companion F Fixed Knife Black/Orange Handle
Nice idea but not worth it of standard Companion
First, the good. The knife is sharp and the handle feels nice. The sheath that comes with it clips very securely to your belt (almost too securely as it's hard to get off sometimes) and the blade gives you nice solid confirmation that it's locked in to the sheath. The bad. The built-in flint is a cl...
2/5
Ted W.
2 years ago
amazon.com
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