Number of Reviews: 8
Ridgeville Corners, OH
Knife holds a fine edge, could be sharper from factory for my tastes, especially the conbination edge. I bought both, the razor edge sharpness was better, yet both could be honed especially around the curve of the blade to the tip. (I am freak concerning sharping, like a RAZOR edge) That being said these are the very best knives I have purchased b ar none. I use the conmbination edge for EDC, the razor edge went directly into my hunting bag. Handle well, feels the hands, blade flips out on demand. Could use a small thumb stub as well. Gret product, keep making em like this one I will keep buying them.
Virginia Beach, VA
I really like this knife. If I could change one thing on it, it'd be to bevel the inside where the flipper is. It very sharp and kind of hurts a bit when you flip it hard. I thought it was just me, but a few friends found it the same for them. I took a jewelers file and filed it down a little to take the sharp edge off. This is the only knife that I've had that problem. Otherwise, a great knife. And yes, the clip on the opposite side would be nice too
ttttttttttthis is the secand one that I have had the first one got gooon, that is I lade it down and for got it ,my lose and some one's gain
I love the waight of the knife, and is a good fight in my hand.
I must keep with what most of all is stating that the clip would be best on the outher side of the handle.
Keep Up with the good work
San Diego, CA
they need to make this knife with the clip on the opposite side so you can draw and open the knife with minimal manipulation. As it is now if you draw from the right pocket, you have to bring the knife up out of the pocket, turn the knife 180 degrees, open with index finger and then proceed to use the knife. If this was a self defense situation this would be one extra move that could mean life or death. since all my knives are defense first, and utility second, I would prefer to be able to reach into my pocket with my thumb, and draw and open the knife in one easy motion, thus bringing the knife into play without any extra movements.
I was also surprised how light it was when I received it. Easy to open, natural fit in my hand, just the right length, and I am overall very satisfied with Ken Onion's design.
I was first surprised when I felt how light it was in my hand. It opened fairly easy, but I've been spoiled by the ball bearing system found in both the Ripple and the Eros. If it had that IKBS system, you would have the perfect EDC knife I give this one 4 stars.
Great looking knife, as almost all Onion designs,,,,,but don't they have LEFT HANDED people in Hawaii? Another design that I'd buy, but won't, because it doesn't switch the clip for left hand carry
good blade. but I am still a m21, m16 guy