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Kershaw Blur, Glassbreaker (1670BGBBLKST); Partially Serrated 3.4” 14C28N Steel Blade, Anodized Aluminum Handle with Trac-Tec Grip, Glassbreaker Tip, SpeedSafe Opening, Reversible Pocketclip; 4 OZ.
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- Partially serrated blade makes cutting through tough and fibrous materials easy and offers even more cutting power on both push and pull strokes
- SpeedSafe Assisted opening allows smooth and fast one-handed blade deployment
- Trac-Tec inserts on the handle offer secure grip stability in all weather conditions
- Made in the USA, the Blur Glassbreaker is ideal for emergencies, hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, utility chores and tactical use
- Blade length: 3.4 in. (8.6 cm); Closed length: 4.5 in. (11.4 cm); Overall length: 7.9 in. (20 cm); Weight: 3.9 oz. (110.6 g)
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Be prepared for any emergency with the ultimate rescue knife. The Kershaw Blur Glassbreaker is a high-performance knife with features ideal for unexpected crises. The patented SpeedSafe assisted opening permits quick and easy, one-handed deployment of the partially serrated blade. As another saving amenity, Kershaw built a carbide glassbreaker into the end of the pocketknife, allowing unhindered accessibility in trapped, underwater, or extreme wreckage situations. The 6061-T6 anonized aluminum handle features Trac-Tec inserts for secure grip whether in breaking a windshield, cutting cord, cutting seatbelts, or during everyday handing. The serrated portion of the Blur blade can not only zip through seatbelts but likewise serves to strip wire and can even cut laminate. For convenient carry, the Blur features a deep-carry ambidextrous pocketclip that enables the knife to ride low in pockets. For any unsung hero, the Blur Glassbreaker is the ultimate superpower.
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Glass break is somewhat annoying since it's not likely to be used anytime soon...if ever.
My major complaint with all liner lock knives is the fact that if you put too much pressure on the lock while the blade is open then the blade can close, the old fashion buck knife spine locks seemed much more secure. Note- this tool is for cutting if you use it as a screw driver, chisel or lever then it's not surprising that it might fail.
Kershaw will resharpen the knife if you send it back to them which I've never bothered to do yet but it's a nice thought and one I should take advantage of sometime.
Looks great, solid American quality and the "snap" when whipping it open with the SpeedSafe is downright cool.
Use it as my EDC on week-ends--figured it is probably a little much to have in a government office during the week. That is what I got the Chive for!
Only reason I did not give it 5 stars was the black wash on the blade seemed to start fading awfully fast. Might have been some of the stuff I was cutting through (probably trying to open some Amazon packaging!) but it got "stained" with the blue of whatever I was cutting. Actually looks pretty cool, but just realize the blade probably ain't staying too black too long.
The blade comes perfectly sharp (shaves without issue). I did not notice any problems with the grind at all. The liner lock locks up nicely, and the Speedsafe assisted opening is some of the smoothest I've used.
The knife is ergonomic and fits the hand well. The grip texture is amazing, and the glass breaker is a nice touch.
The serrations aren't very aggressive, but get the job done.
The blade steel sharpens up really well, and the 14C28N knives I own are some of the sharpest I own. All in all, a great knife.