Survival Knife
Survival Knife Survival Knife Survival Knife

Survival Knife

Product Ref: 00648.   Military Style - New
(6 reviews)
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Overall length 265mm
  • Blade length 135mm
  • Serrated blade 55mm
  • Carbon steel blade
  • Plastic handle containing survival kit
  • Handle cap contains button compass and cord
It's not just a knife, it's a full blown survival kit.
Inside the hollow handle there is a capsule printed with morse code, waterproof windproof phosphorus matches together with a striker, adhesive dressings, scalpel, lighter flint, pencil, needle and line, safety pins, fishing accessories with fish hooks, fishing line and sinkers.
The righid sheath features a belt hanger, sling shot fork, wire-cutter, screwdriver, sharpening stone, stainless steel box with signal mirror, latex tubes to be used as slingshot or fishing harpoon, can opener, bottle opener, shackle wrench, whistle, wire saw.
Q & A's
Q & A's
Q: I am trying to put together an ideal lightweight camping kit. Can you please tell me how much the Explora Survival Knife weighs, including the sheath.
A: Approx 400g.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Had this knife for over 20 years and still going strong!
Pros: none
Cons: none
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Johnnboy in Essex

Good, not great
OK Bear Grylls probably wouldn't be seen dead with this knife, but then again he has his own range of knives and they cost a lot more than this one! So if it's just for the occasional use or emergencies, then this knife is a reasonable buy for the money. If you're looking to survive by yourself in a rainforest for a few months, then try spending a bit more money!
Pros: Cheap
Cons: Average quality
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Andeew in Bristol

Absolutely shocking.
Dreadful. I opened and them returned it on the same day, it was rubbish. However, it was cheap, so what could I expect? M&G refunded my money immediately, thanks.
Pros: It was cheap.
Cons: none
Would recommend: No
Reviewed by Paul in Cumbernauld

Reasonable for the money
OK, this might not be a top quality knife, but then again for the price paid I think it represents pretty good value for money. It's a good bit of kit to keep in the bottom of your rucksack in case you should find yourself in a survival situation.
Pros: Good value for money, Interesting kit, Lots of survival bits n pieces
Cons: Not highest quality knife
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by Hubert in Cologne

Could've been better
The knife has no tang; the pin through the crossguard (visible in the photograph) holds the end of the blade in place. The equipment in the handle offsets the missing weight to some extent. The whetstone was apparently attached to the sheath with superglue, with predictable results; mine had already fallen off by the time it arrived.
Pros: Decent survival kit
Cons: Knife feels unreliable
Would recommend: No
Reviewed by Robert in Ireland

Cons: NONE
Would recommend: Yes
Reviewed by THE DOG in DUNOON