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Kershaw Speedform II

by Kershaw

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  • Manual opening system
  • Steel: ELMAX, satin finished
  • Handle: 3D machined G-10
  • Locking liner
  • Blade Length: 3 1/4 inches, Closed Length: 4 1/8 inches; Weight: 3.2 oz.

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Product Description

The sharp little brother of Blade's 2009 Knife of the Year. A high-performance ELMAX powdered steel blade is matched with a three-dimensional G-10 handle and the distinctive SpeedForm design.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003LNT2Z2
  • Item model number: 3550
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #489,006 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

There is no jimping on the handle.
Justin Morgan
I favor items of good consistent quality like this Kershaw knife made in USA.
Amazon Customer
It's got a nice smooth handle and the blade is very sharp.
J.C. 5000

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 7, 2010
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Very nice pocket knife , great design and look, feels nice in hand...
The high quality of workmanship and materials is superb.
I favor items of good consistent quality like this Kershaw knife made in USA.
Never done a knife revue before and never bought the same knife twice before. I'm buying another speedform II knife just incase I lost this one.
Seller was quick to ship and no problems with the transaction.
Fred..
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By I. Norman on February 26, 2012
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Keep in mind that this knife does NOT have SpeedSafe assisted opening as it is listed. It is a manual opening knife with NO flipper, only a thumb stud on either side.

That being said, the knife is still excellent. Its thumb studs have grippy sharp texture and are machined at an angle to make the flip open from the thumb stud very fast and comfortable. Its liner lock ball detent has the typical kershaw rolling ball bearing that slides effortlessly when opening and closing the blade, making the blade pivot extremely smoothly. With a little practice it's possible to open the knife with just thumb movement; no wrist flick necessary. Its clip/spear point blade has a very sharp needle point. Lockup is good but may require a bit of adjustment at the blade pivot to get the right combination of lockup and opening speed. It's blade is flat ground and despite its appearances in photographs is quite beefy and, per usual with any Kershaw blade, is razor sharp out of the box. The Elmax steel is ground to a shiny luster that is equally attractive and a fingerprint magnet. Its blade finish in combination with the rounded machined G-10 scales is a knife that very much embodies a gentleman's folder role rather than an EDC utility or tacticool role. The linerlock has no jimping in the finger recess and there is no jimping on the spine of the blade or the frame. The lack of jimping may be a downside for some but it keeps the lines of the knife smooth and the form less utilitarian. The G-10 scales are handsome and well finished to a satin sheen but are not very grippy as you find with most G-10 scales. The clip is the common smallish Kershaw 'S' shaped clip with 4 lightening holes through it. Same clip found on many other Kershaw knifes such as the Zing, the Talon II and the OSO Sweet.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. Chapman on August 15, 2011
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Good knife, well built. Comfortable hold, butts into palm well. Nil adjustments required to alignment as received, required sharpening. Sharpened easily to razor edge. Nice utility EDC.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Critter on January 24, 2011
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I also have the big brother to this knife, the Speedform. I purchased the Speedform II because of the size.
While I really like the original Speedform,it is a little large for an Every Day Packer and the Speedform II is just right.
The only improvement to it would be to have the same composite blade as the original Speedform.
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By Villager on April 23, 2014
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This knife is interesting. The handle feels great and the blade material is ELMAX which is a very high performer. The pocket clip is nice but the handle rides a little high, this is not bad I just prefer a deep pocket carry. The blade width is somewhat thin, similar to the kershaw leek. This also has its advantages and disadvantages. Overall it is a good little "Suit" knife and looks handsome but I would not push it too hard as a outdoor knife.
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By teddy c shiveley on March 12, 2014
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good size, good opening, didnt find the thumb stud location objectionable, not ostentacious looks, nice grip, prolly my favorite EDC at the moment!
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By nishimotor on March 12, 2014
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This is a beautiful knife.Something about the how the line of the blade spine just flows into the handle and the polished G10 scales just makes it look so elegant. It would get 5 stars were it not for the funky clip.
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The Kershaw SpeedForm was the named the Blade Show American Knife of the Year in 2009. By any standards, it is an innovative knife, featuring a composite blade and CNC machined titanium handles and a striking design. As Kershaw has done with several other models, it introduced the original SpeedForm as a prototype at the Blade Show, followed it with a very limited run with high-end materials, and then a produced a mainstream model called the SpeedForm II. As compared to the now discontinued SpeedForm, the SpeedForm II is a little smaller, a little lighter, a little less striking in aesthetics, and about half the price. Here are the specs:

Blade

Both versions of the SpeedForm have a cutting edge honed from ELMAX® powdered steel. Kershaw describes ELMAX® as:

“...a third-generation powdered steel that offers virtually no non-metal inclusions and an extremely uniform distribution of carbides. This, in turn, makes for extremely high-performance steel—and an equally high-performance knife that you’ll be proud to own.

The original SpeedForm has a dream-team mix of tough American made Crucible D2 tool steel and Bohler Uddeholm’s Austrian ELMAX® for optimal edge holding. The blade is actually made from two pieces of the different steels fused together along a copper weld.

The SpeedForm II blade is made from a single billet of ELMAX® only. Both it and the original SpeedForm are available in plain edge onlyand have an identical shape: stiletto styled with “splinter-picker” tips, hollow grinds, and a swedge at the point. Both versions of the SpeedForm open by flicking your thumb over angled thumb studs -- similar to those found on the Kershaw Blur or Storm. The action on the original SpeedForm is smooth, but not as speedy as the knife’s name implies.
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