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Baladéo 22G Superlight Locking Knife w/ Pocket Clip


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  • This superlight knife is forged from high quality 420 stainess steel
  • Utilizes an integrated line lock and pocket clip
  • Chisel blade protects the knife stowed and is easy to sharpen
  • Featherweight design disappears in your pocket
  • Measures 9 cm at 22 g.
  • High quality 420 stainess steel
  • Chisel blade protects the knife when stowed and is easy to sharpen
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Baladéo 22G  Superlight Locking Knife w/ Pocket Clip + Baladéo 34G Superlight Locking Knife w/ Pocket Clip
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Even at 22-Grams, this ultra light pocket knife does not compromise the essential functionality expected from a fine blade. All stainless steel knife with locking system, belt clip, and a safety catch. The G series knives by Baladéo are inspired by the Laguiole traditions of years passed and made using only the finest materials. With its minimalist design, the G series knife may be the lightest knife you've ever put in your pocket. Baladéo, a faithful partner to hikers, hunters, sportsmen, cyclists and globetrotters, offers multiple products and useful accessories to accommodate all outdoors adventures. Made with the utmost care by craftsmen steeped in tradition and whose respect for the environment is reflected in the selection of materials, Baladéo products are durable, affordable and appreciated around the world.

Product Description

Even at 22-Grams, this ultra light pocket knife does not compromise the essential functionality expected from a fine blade. All stainless steel knife with locking system, belt clip, and gift box.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 2.2 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (France)
  • ASIN: B00470B89Q
  • Item model number: ECO098
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Solid efficient sharp knife.
Abe
The reason is that the frame twists when force is applied and the locking mechanism is small.
EB
It easily clips to my pocket and it's so light that I often forget it's even there.
K. Stein

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Adam R. Barker on May 7, 2011
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This knife is a great idea, and I've been looking for something like it for a couple of years. The low weight is fantastic, and the size is about right, but the exposed blade is a bit dangerous. It is possible to slice yourself with the blade "closed" on this knife. It would be difficult, but I could easily see shaving a knuckle by carelessly shoving a hand into a pocket. The clip is also very stiff and tight, which makes for a bit of a struggle getting it clipped to some pockets.

The other major problem is that the locking mechanism can be compromised by your grip on the handle. This is far more serious, as the lock is most likely to fail when under great force, which increases the chances of injury. It's not a knife that I would hand to another person without careful consideration.

Still, I carry it on a daily basis, and I love the fact that it weighs less than a quarter of my Blur. Once it's clipped to my pocket, it's so light that I forget it's there. The edge works reasonably well for the light tasks I throw at it on a day-to-day basis. The steel is not particularly good, but I wouldn't expect much better for this price.

If you're looking for a super light knife to carry every day, you're unlikely to find a folder of this size with comparable weight. Just be aware of the compromises before you buy.
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By A. T. on June 1, 2011
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Having seen this knife on Cool Tools, I gave this knife a try. The locking mechanism is substandard. Plain and simple. It WILL give under enough pressure, as I learned the hard way. I got a gash on my finger so bad, I probably should have gotten stitches. A month later, and it is still not fully healed. I would not recommend this product to anyone.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By EB on July 17, 2011
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This knife is just what is should be: light weight, easy to sharpen, not too hard to open.
It has an serious problem that if much cutting force is applied the blade lock releases and the blade closes on your knuckles. The reason is that the frame twists when force is applied and the locking mechanism is small. If the frame were more rigid then this wouldn't be a problem, but then the knife would weigh more than 21 g.
I'm left handed, but this happens when it hold it in either hand.
Beware.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By anna on May 19, 2012
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The design features are what made me buy the knife. The steel quality is the same as a two dollar kitchen knife. I had a professional knife sharpener guy almost in tears saying " I can sharpen anything and I can't get an edge on this" For a $30 knife baladeo could afford 440c steel. Why damage the reputation of your company to save a few cents. Or raise the price a few cents and use good steel. The design is so nifty.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By lauren roeder on December 27, 2011
I got the serrated black 34G from my mother, and came back here to buy 4 more. A few notes:

1. When you get the knife open it partially and hold it by the blade, then whip it open like a regular folder, this should throw the lock bar over the bolt head. Now bend it gently toward the spine side of the knife, replace it on the correct side of the bolt head. With that done the lock bar will lock up better and NEVER come over the Bolt again.

2. Put the rear of the handle in a vise and bend the last 1/8-1/4" TOWARD THE BLADE SIDE so when closed the tip of the blade JUST drags, this keeps the tip from snagging on pockets, fingers, etc.

3. Carry it everyday. i own the big one and weighs the same as 6US quarters!!! This one weighs in at about a $1 in quarters!!!! You'll love this knife
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Whi7eRa66iT on December 7, 2012
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Pros: Very light. It barely is noticed when in the pocket. It stays sharp mostly.
Cons: The blade gap let to a nice cut on my finger when fishing it out of my pocket.
So I attempted to tighten the pivot screw to help close that gap. The screw is very VERY weak and the head snapped off instantly. I now have a very thin pocket knife with a large bolt and nut holding the two peaces together. If you need and want a very light pocket knife, this is it. Just dont treat it like its a Buck or Case pocket knife.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dredg on October 31, 2011
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Took the knife with me on deployment overseas. No difficulty keeping it in your front pockets, but you can't move the clip from where it's at, so bear that in mind. It takes some getting used to carrying it in a way that it won't interfere with normal motion such as putting your hand in a jean pocket, but for bdu style, it works very well. I thought having the sharp edge of the blade always exposed would be a problem, but unless you drag you hand across it or go digging in your pockets, you shouldn't have any issue.
Very light- most of the time, I forgot it was there. Hacked away at everything from 550 cord to wood, was still sharp 3 months later, not even worn down much. Actually clipped it to my back pocket as I was traveling and left it on a seat, was so used to it by then I had to buy another one when I got home.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Stein on September 8, 2011
I've been carrying this knife for the past three weeks and I love it. It easily clips to my pocket and it's so light that I often forget it's even there. I've been using it extensively (breaking down cardboard boxes, opening mail, cutting rope) and it's performed well and stayed sharp. Sharpening the knife on a steel was easy. I've read other reviewers concerns about poking themselves when reaching in their pockets... I have not had that issue at all. One reviewer described how the knife closed on his fingers. I think this can be easily avoided by observing how the locking mechanism works before using the knife. As long as you don't go Bear Grylls on it you won't have any problems!
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