Best products from r/mallninjashit

We found 29 comments on r/mallninjashit discussing the most recommended products. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 206 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top comments mentioning products on r/mallninjashit:

u/Dogwithrabiez · 3 pointsr/mallninjashit

Let's see...

Kershaw Camp. Great kukri style blade on a budget that performs excellently.

Kershaw Cryo. Hinderer design for a cheap price! Small blade, but feels big in the hand. The Cryo 2, the larger version, will be coming out soon.

Moras. 1095 carbon steel, strong and used to do a lot of good things in the woods. Very tough, very sharp, very cheap.

At higher prices, the BK2

And of course, the tried and true classic Kabar

A few to get you started, though, with knives, you generally get what you pay for. Generally, you'll want to figure out exactly what you want in knives, especially in how you use them to find the best deals and blades.

Collecting knives is an expensive habit that ends up going into 500 dollars knives and 1k customs. ;) Budget and collecting don't mix!

u/foxzstealthpawz · 11 pointsr/mallninjashit

I dont really know if you care about credentials or not, but because it may lend some weight to my opinion I figured it may help. I am a first responder in Florida as well as a concealed carry weapons permit holder. I care strongly about my tools and the items I carry. Now that I am done being pretentious, here is my pick:

Without a doubt, the #1 knife that I carry is the Kershaw Blur- Glassbreaker. It is an assisted opening, locking knife with a metal handle, textured grip, and the option to have a serrated portion. The glassbreaker edition comes with a diamond tip on the end of the handle you can use to.... break glass. (Who knew, right?)

I have had mine for almost 6 years now of daily carry and use. Never chipped or broken on me and it is still sharp, although it definately could use a sharpening. If has held up near saltwater and constant body sweat.

To top it all off Kershaw offers free maintenance, cleaning, and sharpening on all their knives. You just have to pay for shipping it in.

I highly recommend the Kershaw Blur- Glassbreaker!

Edit: Btw, be careful looking for 'spring loaded' this is a broadly used term that can land you in legal trouble if somethjng happens. Check your state laws. I am not a law expert, dont cite my opinion, but usually length (cutoff is usally like 3inches) and direction and mode of opening matter a lot for the legality of a 'spring loaded' knife!

u/NoeWalfred · 3 pointsr/mallninjashit

For the same price but for greater utility, better performance, more ease of use, better safety, not looking like a weirdo or idiot, and so forth:

A cheap actual tool set if you need stuff for home or workplace to share-

If you want a hammer and axe for camping and home use-

Light drywall cutting and nailing alternative-

If you want the actual tool capabilities of the multitool part but not the weight-

Better multitool for everything-

u/The_Brain_Fuckler · 19 pointsr/mallninjashit

I get shit like that too. I'm into the shooty stuff in a big way and, god bless them, my family throws cheap, worthless shit at me (like repro M1 Carbine mag pouches when I don't have one). They are sweet as hell, but are bad at presents. That's fine because I don't give a shit; I don't want anyone to buy me anything in the first place. And, truth be told, I'm probably worse at presents. I just turned 30 and got a book on owls from my folks... I think I mentioned owls maybe twice in the last few years. But I do like owls. I'll always keep it and love it because it reminds me of them and the love I have for them. It's also a really good book:

I recommend it if you want to see cool pictures of owls and read neat shit about them.

u/RANDOSTORYTHROWAWAY · 5 pointsr/mallninjashit

What about a hatchet? Certain parts of Alaska are no joke, and if you really trust him with anything a hatchet is actually an effective tool.

If you want to mall ninja it up a little bit, I have a SOG tomahawk that I honestly kind of love the shit out of, I think it was about $30


u/Prime89 · 2 pointsr/mallninjashit

If anyone wants to get someone an actual decent knife for EDC I suggest the Ontario Rat 2 Great knife that is cheap in price but very well made; it's easily one of the best options in that price point.

u/meniscusbroach · 3 pointsr/mallninjashit

It's the best option I've ever seen for a camping utensil. And for 7 bucks, they are perfect Christmas gifts for my coworkers who all enjoy camping.
Consider this retarded thing:
What use is having the "blade" as the side of the fork. Not that it's sharp, but why would I want to stick a serrated "blade" in my mouth. And what am I supposed to do, hold what I'm cutting down on the plate with my hand? That means I have to pack a spare fork. Or maybe I'm supposed to have two of them. Then when im not cutting my cheek open, I can help out the band at the camp fire by playing the spoons!

u/Terror_Bear · 3 pointsr/mallninjashit

I'm terrible at flipping, but, I managed to save my fingers by investing some serious money in proper safety equipment.

Here's one option.

Or if you're super fancy with cash to burn.

u/Anomaly1134 · 1 pointr/mallninjashit

Ohh, I misunderstood. I did see this, but as someone who loves collecting survival gear, I think you would be way better off buying another premade kid with higher quality. [Tactical Stocking Package] ( )

u/Migizille · 1 pointr/mallninjashit

Here's a link to a similar one without the shovel.

TERRATAC Tactical Christmas Stocking Gift Kit PLUS Survival Gear Bundles (Tactical Stocking Gift Kit Level 1 (Black))

Edit: Level 2 of the stocking has the shovel.

u/StarMagus · 6 pointsr/mallninjashit


Seems close to that. Comes with a bag thing and your choice of colors. $28 but I'm sure you could find cheaper if you wanted to.