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SCRIBE™ BLACKOUT WITH D2 BLADE STEEL
You might think the Scribe™ is a sleek USB drive, but you’d be mistaken. Instead of a sheath, this everyday carry fixed blade neatly snaps into a cap to conceal the black stonewash drop point blade. When in use, the cap securely attaches to the pummel of the knife—extending the handle for better purchase. The tough D2 blade steel and black stonewash pocket clip make the Scribe™ a discreet carry companion ready for anything. Only available at CRKT.com.
- Superior Performance: D2 blade steel for excellent edge retention
- Built Tough: Glass-reinforced nylon handle is durable and textured for grip
- Discreet Convenience: Low profile design fits in your front pocket
- Low Profile: Pocket clip provides secure carry
- Accessory Options: Lanyard hole for keychain or fob
|Blade Length||1.74" (44.20 mm)|
|Blade Thickness||0.10" (2.57 mm)|
|Overall Length||4.13" (104.78 mm)|
|Weight||0.90 oz. (25.51 g)|
|Handle||Glass Reinforced Nylon|
|Style||Fixed Blade Knife w/Sheath|
|Sheath Weight||0.10 oz. (2.83g)|
Designer T.J. Schwarz of Boise, Idaho has a signature design move: things aren’t always as they appear. The Scribe™ with D2 blade steel tucks perfectly into the lineup with a clean, compact design and a seamless cap that completely conceals the black stonewash drop point blade. The handle and cap are built of strong thermoplastic and the black stonewash clip is designed to look like a simple pen clip when tucked into a front pocket.
Flash drive, pen, coffee, Scribe™, and you’re out the door.
TJ was destined to be a car designer. In high school he discovered his uncanny ability to draw cars—in fact, he was so good at it that by the time he was in college, he was accepting commissions from classic car owners. Just as his career was starting down the automotive path, his good friend Bill Koenig of Koenig Knives intervened and everything shifted. Once he got a taste of knife design, he never looked back. So when he says, “engineered for performance,” he means it.