I feel that all these knives will give you the satisfaction you want in an everyday carry (EDC) knife. It just depends on how big your pockets are. Yes, literally and metaphorically. I feel that the SpeedSafe line gives you a great diversity in style, price and cool factor.
I feel this is a great knife for fishing and hunting with it’s unique fillet look on the blade. Definitely a great quality steel to give you a strong, hard, long lasting edge.
Here is another popular Ken Onion, murdered out, black knife. This is a great everyday carry knife due to its very light glass-filled nylon textured handle. Just like the name—with a black handle and a tungsten DLC coated 14C28N stainless steel blade with a plain or partially serrated edge—this knifes looks great with the black on black design. There removable tip-down pocket clip is comfortable with everyday carry.
The SpeedSafe design already makes this a great knife for quick response to any task, and now with a unique handle design with Trak-Tek inserts allows superior grip every time – even under extreme conditions. My favorite unique design is the angled cut on the thumb stud allowing for a firm placement for quick yet safe firing. A Ken Onion design. Can come with a partially serrated blade.
This is an awesome low budget knife. It definitely looks like it is up for any job and its performance is up to par. The lines on the handle give it a great look and nice comfort. It is thicker giving a better sure grip for me.
A very conventional and great looking knife. The rounded handle gives a nice tight fit in hand. The notch on the spine of the blade provides additional use for prying up nails and such, making this knife a very handy knife. I like the sharp line making its way all the way down to the flipper for an extra touch of craftsmanship. Can come with a partially serrated blade.
Are you a fan of the Hinderer? Well you’ll want to get your hands on this classic Rick Hinderer design SpeedSafe spring assisted knife. It has a nice touch with both the steel and handle having a titanium carbo-nitride coating. It is a framelock folding knife with a Hinderer Lockbar stabilizer.
Perhaps the smallest member of the Onion family is the Chive (get it? Onion chives). This knife is a great EDC that will fit comfortably in your pocket. The quick response of the spring assist gives this little knife a boost to quickly handle those small cutting tasks.
One of the favorites in the SpeedSafe line is the Clash. I feel very comfortable having this knife as an EDC. No hesitation to get dirty with this knife. It is a great knife for the cost and for its design. The handle gives you a great fit in hand. The blade has been made and treated to ensure strength, hardness, and ability to hold a keen edge. Can come with a plain edge blade.
Here is a great versatile knife with a lot of strength. The narrowing G-10 handle gives a great comfortable feel in hand, and a strong sharp knife with a razor sharp edge. There is a lot of blade to work with and get to work with. Comes with a plain or partially serrated blade.
A classic look on the blade and a very light and convenient handle make this Tim Galyean designed knife a great every day pocket knife. A solid classic piece with the modern convention of the SpeedSafe assisted opening. Your choice of plain or partially serrated blade.
Looking and using this knife gives reminds me of a ghost. With how fast and easy you can deploy, do the job, and put it away, you’ll want to look twice to see what just did that. It has a very unique look on the handle and thumb-stud making this a great knife to show off in your every day carry.
The Knockout is an awesome knife with Kershaw’s patented sub-frame lock, giving it an awesome very lightweight feel with the strength and lock of a frame lock folding knife. A very comfortable knife to carry right, left, tip-up, or tip-down, and ready to quickly answer the call to any cutting task.
Japanese for black, the Kuro is an all black, SpeedSafe and ready to spring into action, top of the line knife. The modified tanto blade gives it a unique design accompanied with partial serrations and a solid glass-filled nylon scales. What needs to be cut, gets cut.
The Leek is an even more sleek design, yet still gives you a lot of blade to work with. A very comfortable fit for a EDC carry with a speedy response thanks to the SpeedSafe design.
This knife is certainly awesome as is, but it will go to work on anything that needs it. Not only is it patented with SpeedSafe performance, but the unique design on the blade shape makes it very multitask worthy. The lightweight handle also gives it great response and a comfortable, secure grip.
The OSO sweet is ideal for many jobs with a very lightweight handle and plenty of blade to take on any job. The steel is hard and strong 8Cr13Mov steel. A very popular knife in the SpeedSafe line.
Not out yet, but bound to be one of the top selling SpeedSafe knives. With a 3.5” blade and 5” handle, it is sure to be a large knife yet light with anodized aluminum handles and sharp cuts and lines to give it a cool good look.
The beautiful feature on the Rake will be the composite blade. It features tough, wear-resistant D2 on the cutting edge and high-performance Sandvik 14 C28N on the spine. The combination of the blade design with SpeedSafe and an ergonomic handle makes this a great knife to own.
The Random Task II pays homage to the original Random Task designed by custom knife-maker Ken Onion. The Random is a very friendly knife in the sense that it is great for right or left hand EDC. The SpeedSafe spring assist mechanism makes it quick to respond to any task. It has a stone wash finished 14C28N stainless steel reverse tanto blade with either a plain edge or partially serrated edge. The Random Task II is opened with a push of the dual thumb studs that activated the SpeedSafe assisted opening action. The pocket clip is reversible for left-hand carry with tip-up or tip-down.
The big brother to the RJII is the RJI. The two are identical in style and design, and only differentiate in size. Have your pick of this great every day carry pocket knife. One of the few SpeedSafe knives that come in the awesome conventional tanto style.
The Scallion makes a great fit for a smaller, sleeker EDC knife. The blade is built of high-carbon 420HC stainless steel for good edge retention and excellent corrosion resistance. The Scallion will secure itself as a solid knife to handle any simple task you can find lying around.
The Shallot is designed as the largest of the “Onion” series purposefully in the handle to provide a more comfortable fit in a bigger hand. The frame lock provides a secure lock to handle any task.
The tremor gives a much more comfortable feel with a very large ergonomic curved handle. I feel this provides a great grip even with gloves on, making it a very strong and sturdy outdoor knife. The blade feels strong as well.
The Turbulence offers modified tactical styling in a convenient size. A solid G-10 handle will provide an incredible ergonomic grip for a blade ready to go to work and fast.
The Volt II is the same versatile knife with the same handle style as its predecessor, the Volt I, but at a value price. A great pocket knife with the liner lock, light handle, and jimping and curving on it to give you a solid hold.
With a push of the thumb stud this knife whirls into action. It has a 14C28N satin finished blade with a plain cutting edge or partially serrated edge. Black finished tip-down pocket clip for EDC. This is one of the first SpeedSafe folders and still one of the best.