365 OUTLAST® - Tactical Knives
Rescue situations require the right tool, so why not have all those tools in the same place. The 365 Outlast®, featuring the new Benchmade OPTION™ lock, is just that. We’ve combined the strength and versatility of the AXIS® lock with two blades, giving you the flexibility needed to get the job done. The S30V drop-point blade opens quickly with the traditional thumb stud and the thicker, fully serrated, opposing bevel 3V blade uses the integrated O2 wrench for rapid deployment. A carbide-tipped glass breaker and integrated rescue hook round out this rescue tool.
Posted onCouldn’t be happierGot this as a little bday gift for myself - really couldn’t be happier. The overall quality of this thing is amazing, and having it on me definitely makes me feel more prepared for anything. Great product????????
Posted onI really wanted to love this knife, but....This was the knife I wanted to put in my EDC truck bag, I love the steel of the blades, the hook, and the whole concept. But I will be returning mine and will have to wait for BM 2.0 to come out.
I handed this knife to 2 Master Sargent's, 4 Sheriff's Deputies, and 2 EMT's. Everyone said this about it. The grip is way to slippery. If it gets wet with blood or water, this will be a slippery fish to handle.
Also, the blades are too difficult to open. If i loosen it from axis screw the blades open fairly smooth, but wiggle when open. When I tighten it a little, the wiggle is gone, but the blades wont open one handed or are in general clumsy. There are other details like some kind of grip on the hook or a hook, so it wont just close on me.
Anyways, I love BM, I have 4 knives that range up to 400 dollars, but i just can't spend 300 on something that should be 99.99. Let me know when version 2.0 comes out, ill be first in line
Posted onPleasantly suprised!I was expecting the Outlast to feel much heavier and bulkier than it does. The knife feels really good in my hand and it fits comfortably in my pocket. Really like the blade steels, I think both retain their edges well.
Posted onI OWN 2I purchased this knife as a graduation gift for my son from Navy Boot. Had it custom engraved on both the blades. Wife didn't like the artwork so I had to go back and buy another one. I guess I messed up and own two of these knifes so my review is X2. Primary blade is super sharp but loses it's edge with light use within a month or less. The second blade is so sharp that it cut my hand right open. That's the blade with the lifetime warranty. Love that blade. The hook cutter, or the seat belt cutter is my favorite and wished it kept a sharper edge for longer as well. I put the knife through it's pases and enjoy everything about it minus the weight. It's a heavy daily carry, but that's what I use it for and I use it more often than any other tool. The window punch I have yet to try but I've poked my side a time or two since the pointed part faces up when clipped to your belt. Overall very sturdy knife and would recommend buying for an all purpose everything knife. Cuts, slices, hacks, and chops.
Posted ongood but can be betterPicked this up about a week ago and feel I've had it enough to do a review. Over all its lightweight for having three blades. For being a rescue knife there is no jimping like on the 915 triage (what I will compare it to) the scales don't offer that much grip at all. In fact they get really slippery when you get them wet (sweaty). No jimping above the axis lock which offers no resistance when using the blades (remember think triage).last is the safety hook, there is nothing to put your finger on to keep it safe or out of the way when you flick it out. All in all I think benchmade should take parts from the triage (scales for grip, jimping on the hook and above axis lock) love the knife since it gives you options but hopfully benchmade sees this and makes the changes for the safety of the user.