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This Terry Lee Renner-designed futuristic looking everyday carry defies convention. The titanium nitride finished two-tone handle is uniquely angular yet surprisingly comfortable to hold. Meanwhile an IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system makes it easy to deploy the tanto tip blade anywhere. Mars, for instance.
- IKBS™ Ball Bearing Pivot System
- Dual Blade Finish – Mirror and Satin
- Distinctive, Futuristic Blade Design
|Blade Length||3.1" (78.74 mm)|
|Blade Steel||8Cr14Mov, 57-59 HRC|
|Blade Finish||Mirror Polish & Brushed Finish|
|Blade Thickness||0.12" (3.05 mm)|
|Closed Length||4.54" (115.32 mm)|
|Handle||Stainless Steel w/Ti-Nitride Finish|
|Style||Folding Knife w/Locking Liner|
|Overall Length||7.63" (193.8 mm)|
Knifemaker Terry Lee Renner of Palmetto, Florida, has always been intrigued by sharp lines. He took a lot of inspiration from his deep-relief wood carving, and incorporated it into the design of the Deviation™. Renner wanted to create a knife that would inspire the same intrigue he feels for those sharp powerful lines, in every person that touches the handle, and he did just that with this one of a kind knife.
With looks that seem more at home on a UFO than a belt loop, this is one that will open eyes and make jaws drop when they see this unique knife for the very first time. The IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system deploys the blade smoothly and quickly. And once open, a two–toned tanto blade with mirror polish on the grind signals to any, and all, life forms that you’re ready to get to work.
When you want a stylish knife that’s still beefy enough to use anywhere, reach for the Deviation™.
Terry likes tinkering with things—designs, tooling, and fixtures for road and mountain bikes, and of course, blades. A mechanical designer and artist at heart, he worked in the bicycle industry for thirty years. He always had a fascination with edged objects and moonlighted with fabricating new and different locking mechanisms for folding knives. In 2006 he went to full-time knifemaker status and was awarded Best New Knifemaker at the Blade Show. Terry’s a current member and a former three-term President of the Florida Knifemakers’ Association.