02802 Case Peanut Pocket Knife Review

Product Name:02802 Case Peanut Pocket Knife
Brand:W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery
Type of Knife:EDC (Every Day Carry)
Blade Type:Clip Point, Pen Blade
Blade Material:Stainless Steel
Blade Length:~
Overall Length:~
Closed Length:2 7/8″
Handle Material:Bone
Lock Type:None
Weight:1.2 oz
Warranty:Limited Lifetime

02802 Case Peanut Pocket Knife Review

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02802 Case Peanut Pocket Knife

W. R. Case & Sons has been manufacturing knives since 1889 when four brothers would travel by wagon selling cutlery to small villages. In early 1900, the company was incorporated and called Case Brothers Cutlery Company.

Case has been making quality knives since those early days, and there are many Case collectors who value the craftsmanship and quality so much that they collect these knives and pass them down to younger family members as heirlooms.

The Case Peanut knife is a type of knife from the Case company that has been around for years. It’s part of the Blue Bone family of knives, and considered one of the core knives in the Case inventory. It’s the smallest of the Blue Bone knives weighing in at 1.28 ounces and with an overall open length of 4.875 inches.

The Case Peanut is small enough for young boys or girls who are learning to fish or camp. It’s could be a great gift or a reward, and the beautiful coloring will truly be appreciated.

The Blades

The Case Peanut comes with two knives in one. The blades are both constructed with Tru-Sharp stainless steel blades. They are flat grind with a plain edge. The clip point blade is 2.125″ and the pen blade is approximately 2 inches. They are manual opening with a nail nick for easy opening. The clip point blade has the Case name and logo engraved on the tang like all Case knives. The clip point is very sharp and most owners rave about the ability to do fine detailed work with the clip point.

Tru-Sharp blades have to be oiled frequently, or they will develop a patina from age. Some users like the patina of the Case knives when they’ve been allowed to turn. This is a personal preference. Other owners like to spend the time to care for their knives with oiling and sharpening frequently. It becomes a comforting ritual of knife ownership.

The Handle

The bone handle of the Case Peanut is 2.875″ with a beautiful, deep blue coloring. The pattern of the handle is pleasing to look at because it’s distinctive of the Case brand, it serves a dual purpose. It’s great to look at, but it helps maintain a solid grip during cutting.

The bolsters are made of nickel silver and meet the bone of the handle seamlessly. The slip joint lock is easy to manipulate. On the handle, the case emblem is stamped directly into the bone. Rivets keep the handle secure and attach the frame firmly inside. The frame is made from brass.

There’s no clip for carrying the Case Peanut, but the knife is so small that it can easily fit into a pants pocket with ease. There’s no need for a clip or sheath when they slip into pockets with no snagging. The smooth handle provides nothing to block the folder.

The Pros

  • A great, little knife for fine detail work.
  • Perfect gift for teens or anyone new to pocket knives.
  • Beautifully colored bone handle makes it a unique knife for collectors.

The Cons

  • Users with larger hands find the knife too small.
  • Some owners don’t like the patina that happens when they’re not oiled.

Insider Tip

This is a favorite among users who want a pretty EDC knife that they can carry easily in a top pocket. It’s also perfect as gifts, or to pass down as a tradition within a family. A father looking for a gift for his son might want to consider this knife. A few buyers have purchased the Case Peanut for young boys who passed knife safety classes in the boy scouts. It can be a terrific gift for a child going off to camp for the summer too.

So What’s the Verdict on the Case Peanut Pocket Knife?

The Case name is known for the quality craftsmanship of their knives. They’ve been creating knives for over 100 years, and many people love that they are still manufacturing in the U. S. The Case Peanut is not a knife for tough cutting tasks. It’s meant for fine work that requires a small blade, and it’s a great EDC knife.

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