Edward (verified owner) – January 30, 2014:
black everything…no serr
Love the way the blade looks
Definitely a big blade to hold…Personally wouldn’t consider it an EDC
Neg- Quality of assembly was not nearly as good as the commander or the 15 I had ordered. I am hoping this is only because i have an early production of it because i would like to also buy the ETAK B
Fletcher – May 16, 2014:
I received the tan handle stonewashed plain edge variant. It was the smoothest opening out of the box Emerson I have ever owned. The wave is huge and very usable. This is a big knife and I love it. This knife is quickly becoming my favorite folder. I am already planning on ordering the tanto version. This is a bad ass knife.
Jack Shen (verified owner) – June 28, 2014:
I wish they wouldn’t discontinue this one. I have both the ETAK A and B. While the B penetrates way better as a weapon. The hunting blade shape of the A has more utilitarian use.
It feels like you’ve just dropped the clutch and it’s trying to jump out of your hand. And just like a Harley, you’ve got to have a Rock ‘n’ Roll, Outlaw’s soul to carry a Roadhouse.
The Mini Roadhouse is the tough little brother of the standard Roadhouse knife. Big enough to be badass on its own, it offers discretion in your pocket.
Emerson HD-7-COMBO-BT HD-7, Titanium/G10 Handle, Black Blade, Plain. Sought after and depended on by the world’s greatest adventurers, watermen, and outdoorsmen.