Designer Liong Mah uses a bold profile to shape his vision of tactical. The Eraser™ locking liner tactical folding knife is designed and built to perform in your world. Its modified tanto blade wields a strong point for tough piercing into a variety of materials, and the elongated cutting edge can go the distance.
Opening the blade is rapid with use of the Flipper on the spine. Another added feature is the patented* LAWKS™ manual safety mechanism so you can secure the blade when open. The robust Eraser™ handle has a slight bend at the fore end to create a more substantial grip form for thrusting. The handle shape also affords a nice blade guard as well as a generous pommel. The machined G10 scales are radius contoured to fill the grip and the full, stainless steel liners create a formidable foundation for tough use. The Black Ti-Nitride finish and premium AUS 8 steel are the final additions and finishing touch to this tough, new, tactical folding knife.
All in all, the Eraser™ folder is one hell of a tactical folder that can take every bit of what you can dish out.
Great knife Extremely comfortable and razor sharp The black finish is beautiful. The knife has good weight to it, solid as a rock. Undoubtedly the best knife I have ever owned
2013-03-19 Bensalem, PA
I agree with Brent. This is the best folder I have ever owned Finally a folder that fits my hand. This knife is built really well, has nice weight, easy to deploy once you practice a little, and is extremely sharp. The curved handle is very ergonomic and the finger guard is a great feature. I was a little leery about the purchase because of how different the design of this knife is. Now that I have it, I love it. I carry it everywhere. Thank you Liong Mah for finally designing a folder with some ass to it.
2012-09-13 Tarrytown, NY
The black Eraser is the best folder I have ever owned. This is a great knife 1st, fit and finish are excellent. 2nd, the blade design is great for both cutting and piercing, rather than being heavily skewed in favor of one of those tasks, like a straight-blade tanto (which is great for penetration). 3rd, the tab used to open the blade doubles as a guard that prevents the hand from sliding forward onto the blade. This is a rare feature on a folder. 4th, the rounder, more full-bodied handle allows a really firm and secure grip. I am so sick of thin, flat knife handles. Yes, they are less bulky and more concealable, but they do not conform to the space of a gripping hand, and they never feel right. Finally, sharpest knife out of the box I ever purchased. Kudos to Liong Mah CRKT