Outdoor Edge Razor-Lite Replacement Blade EDC Knife, Orange

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Outdoor Edge Razor-Lite Replacement Blade EDC Knife, Orange - RLB-30C

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$ 26.95

Quick Overview

SKU: 7791851
UPC: 743404301518
  • Model: Razor-Lite EDC
  • Type: Replacement blade EDC knife
  • Weight: 2.80 ounces
  • Knife Blade: 3.50 inches
  • Razor-Blade Material: Japanese 420J2 stainless steel
  • Razor-Blade Thickness: 0.60mm
  • Blade Holder: 420J2 stainless with black-oxide coating
  • Handle: Grivory with TPR inserts
  • Handle Color: Available w/ blue, orange, or gray handles
  • Pocket Clip: Grivory

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PSA offers a large selection of knives suited for various applications, including popular brands like Outdoor Edge!

This is the sharpest, strongest, replacement razor-blade knife available, with blades that change safely and easily at the push of a button. The black-oxide coated blade holder supports the razor-blade for the strength of a standard knife and sharpness of a surgeon

SKU: 7791851
SKU 7791851
Brand Outdoor Edge Knives
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where are these edge knives and blades made?
kat a on May 11, 2018
Can I get a replacement handle?
Tony B on Oct 7, 2018
How do you change the blade?
Craig U on Jan 8, 2019
BEST ANSWER: You just push a button in the handle and pull the blade off. And push the button again to slide the new blade into lock position.
I have never had a knife that I liked more
where do i get replacement blades?
wayne on Jun 23, 2019


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Best knife I have ever purchased.
I purchased 3 of these as Christmas gifts. The guys love them. Super sharp and very well made.
January 19, 2019
8 months ago
Purdy Darn Good
I used it on my first trip after purchasing. We skinned and quartered a bull elk and I probably did more than half the animal. I felt a little loss of the razor sharp edge a little ways into the work, but it stayed very sharp the entire time. I’m used to touching up my 30 year old Schrade 3 or 4 times during the same process, so it was a nice change. Fit my grip nicely, too.
Be deliberate and careful changing blades! I definitely was conscious of my index finger’s proximity to bottom edge of blade.
November 24, 2018
9 months ago