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Kershaw Ken Onion Black-Out Folding Knife - Choose Style
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- Ken Onion has created some of the most innovative designs yet seen at Kershaw or anywhere else for that matter
- A master custom knife-maker Kershaw is proud to display the Speed Safe knives of The Onion
- Blackout: Dark as night this Speed Safe fast-opener is a covert must have
- Great for work, outdoors or everyday carrying
- Steel: Partially serrated, Sandvik 14C28N stainless steel with DLC coating, Handle: Glass-filled nylon
- SpeedSafe: Kershaw's patented manual assisted-opening system, Thumb stud
- Liner lock to prevent knife from closing accidentally, Single position pocket clip, Made in the USA
- Blade Length: 3 1/4-Inch, Closed Length: 4 1/2-Inch, Overall Length: 7 3/4-Inch, Weight: 3.5-Ounce
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While I consider this knife to be an entry-level model, given it's price point, the craftsmanship and performance exceed expectations. Those who are accustomed to (or expect the quality of) excellent folding knives from manufacturers such as Emerson, Cold Steel, or Benchmade might not fully appreciate the value of this knife at under $60.
Handle: Polyimide, not G10 or Kydex. I have rather large hands, so it feels a bit small but not so much that it gets lost in my hand. There is little if any flex in the handle which has a metal liner. The knurling is fairly deep and sharp enough to provide very good traction when dry, adequate when wet/greasy. Great with gloves. Includes a lanyard hole which is big points from me. Held in the hand with blade retracted, the backstrap is smooth and rounded making for an excellent loaded fist. Likewise it is just long enough to protrude either side to be used as a tactical impact device in a hammer-fist or modified ridgehand. Probably not intended, but good to know if the chips are down.
Clip: Knife rides tip-down only, which I don't mind. Clip only attaches to one side. What I do like, is 1) the clip is very firm but well contoured and 2) the knife rides very low in the pocket. About as low as it can. That to me is a deal-breaker for a knife. There is some checkering under where the clip meets the handle, which does accelerate wear on your clothing or belt, but it's acceptable and could be modified.Read more ›
The speed stub is reversible, which is good for me as a left hander. What is not reversible is the clip- so when I take it out of my pocket, I still have to flip the knife over. That's the only real draw back of this knife. That would move it from four to five stars if they had just drilled holes on the reverse for me to move the clip.
The blade holds a edge, and sharpens up well. The tooth edge I haven't had much use for, but I am glad it is there.
Do yourself a favor and pass on this knife. Get a tactical blur. Much nicer and I actually paid less for it.
Joseph M. Vottis
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a very nice operating knife. It.s my first knife, and I found out by accident, it is very sharp!Published 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love my Kershaw so much that I bought one for my boyfriend and brother. It's a great knife to have on you for every day use. I never thought I'd use it as much as I do. Read morePublished 3 months ago by SamBoni
Kinda peeved...its a bear to open up. Once you get past a certain point it flies out, but I cannot engage blade with my thumb. Read morePublished 7 months ago by gaskey
Fantastic everyday use knife!!! Great size and can't beat the spring assisted opening.Published 8 months ago by DameFan