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Seth Vietti

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After surviving a career in the music industry, Seth co-founded KnifeNews.com in 2015 to share his lifelong passion for knives with other enthusiasts online. There, his incisive coverage of knives, knife makers, and the knife industry caught the attention of the KnifeCenter, who recruited him to join their team in 2019. These days, in addition to his work here on the blog, he runs the KnifeCenter’s social media channels, where he is always happy to answer your cutlery questions.

The Best D2 Steel Folding Knives Under $50: PART I

SOG Terminus XR, CIVIVI Wyvern, CJRB knife

When it comes to blade steel, a rising tide lifts all ships. As new steels get better, the supersteels of yesterday get more affordable. If you're looking for a pocket knife with an edge that won't quit for a price that won't sting, there's never been a better time to buy. Thanks to...

Best Budget Knives Under $30: PART II

Welcome to part II of our list of the best budget knives under $30 available in 2019! Click HERE to check out part I, and read on for the rest of our top pocket knife picks. Whether you're buying one for yourself or as a gift for someone else, these blades go to show that you don't...

Best Budget Pocket Knives Under $30 in 2019: PART 1

The high end of the knife market seems to rise higher every day, which is why we've decided to come back down and spend some time with some of the best knives under $30. These blades keep it grounded with exceptional design and quality materials, proving that you don't have to spend big bucks to get a...

Spyderco Military vs. Benchmade Crooked River

Big jobs call for big knives. If you've got lots of work to do, a small EDC knife sometimes just won't cut it. The Benchmade Crooked River and the Spyderco Military are two of the best big folding knives from either brand competing for your pocket today. With significantly more blade and handle than your typical pocketknife,...

Best Benchmade Knives of 2019

It may have started with butterfly knives, but Benchmade has grown into one of the biggest and broadest cutlery brands in the world. From hiking and hunting fixed blades, to locking and slipjoint pocket knives, Benchmade still manufactures everything they make in their Oregon, USA facility. Let's take a look at the best of what the brand...