Something about this knife makes me want to incorporate a full grill of braces and chomping.  James Bond movie, Moonraker comes to mind.  Remembers JAWS? I don’t know why.  It just does. 

Wait, this thought just crashed into my brain cell……it’s the words Carbonitirde and Titanium.  Yeah, that’s where the Moonraker image ties in.  Yeah.  Yeah.  That, It’s a hefty organized mass of cutting potential weighing in at 5 ounces and just 1/16th of an inch short of 9 inches when open. Big. Beefy. Brutus like.

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The origin of carbonitirde is carb+nitride.  It’s a compound of carbon and nitrogen. 
Camillus states this:
AUS-8 Japanese Steel / Carbonitride Titanium won't flake, blister, chip or peel and is up to 10x harder than untreated steel so the blades stay sharper, longer.

Camillus Cuda – The Details:
9” OAL (Overall Length)
Linerlock
Quick-Action Blade Release
Carbonitride Titanium
Japanese AUS-8 Steel.
G10 Fiber Handles
Imported
Lanyard / Paracord Hole
Generous swedge
Lietime Warranty

The TripleF (Fit, Finish & Functionality) – 8.0
Biggest flaw in the functionality is diving into your pants pocket when the knife is clipped on the pocket lip as the thickness, and thumb stud, interfere.  
It’s just a little weighty and thick when searching out the perfect EDC knife.

Collectability: 8.0
Probably not much of a collectible, but time will tell. The knife carries the Camillus name.
 

Accessibility – 9.0
PocketKnivesBlog.com reviews Camillus Cuda Quick-Action Pocket Knife.
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Value: 9.2
Priced under $35.00 on Amazon!  Knot bad for a stout knife with a blade offering extra-long durability and edge holding power!


Steel Sahlute Score -
 8.8 Steel Sahlutes!!

I’d like to thank the fine people at Camillus Knives www.camillusknives.com for submitting this knife for review. 

Scott Rauber