Kershaw Mini Biner with Red Anodized Aluminum Handle
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- Kershaw's Red Mini Biner is lightweight and features a brilliantly sharp blade and an ergonomic contoured carabiner design
- Specifications: Steel: A20J2 stainless-steel; Handle: Anodized red aluminum
- The spring-loaded carabiner closure attaches the tool to vest, backpack, hydro-pack, or belt loop with ease
- Blade: 2 in. (5.0 cm); Closed: 2-3/4 in. (7.0 cm); Weight: 0.8 oz
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The knife quality is good and the body of the carabiner holds up well, but after 7 months of daily use, the spring for closure of the gate has weakened considerably. It no longer stays completely closed and the alignment must be done manually, as there is now a considerable amount of play in the assembly.
They do offer lifetime warranty, but they have you mail it to them and it takes 4+ weeks for processing. Considering the cost of postage and loss of use, it is more practical to buy new. I am now back to carrying a stand-alone Kershaw Knife (1970ST) and a $5 S-Biner.
Amazing. The knife comes decently sharp and the biner itself is good too. The knife 'locks' in place. But if you're not careful it can snap back and slice your fingers.
Take caution, and buy it!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
love the knife I use it to carry my keys but the screws come out and get loose I still like itPublished 17 months ago by steve tourigny
Love these carabiners. Second one, first was confiscated at a local sports arena after keeping on my keys for over two years.Published 18 months ago by JKD Buddha
works really well as a small scuba diver's knife, attaching to the BC easily and is small enough to be unobtrusivePublished 19 months ago by katharine potter
I really like the knife it self, I'm a little disappointed with the color, it's more of a hot pink than a red. I would of given five stars if the color was actually red.Published 21 months ago by Edgar Sanchez