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Paying homage to vintage melon testers and coffin jack pocket knives, Jeff Park introduces the Stickler™. As a sleek folding knife, the blade is concealed in a cobalt blue handle when closed. And thanks to its Assisted Opening technology, the Stickler™ deploys fast and smooth whenever you’re ready to put it to use. A classy gentleman design with a touch of personality, it’s an old soul in a brand new build.
- Superior Performance: Sandvik 12C27™ blade steel for excellent edge retention
- Assisted Opening: Flipper deploys the blade fast
- Smooth Opening: IKBS™ ball bearing pivot deploys the blade smooth
- Easy Closing: Liner Lock can be easily closed with one hand
- Lightweight and Strong: Aluminum combines strength with minimal weight
|Blade Length||3.38" (85.73 mm)|
|Blade Steel||12C27 Sandvik|
|Blade Thickness||0.11" (2.67 mm)|
|Overall Length||8.00" (203.20 mm)|
|Closed Length||4.60" (116.94 mm)|
|Weight||2.40 oz. (68.04 g)|
|Style||Assisted Folding Knife w/Liner Lock|
Inspired by the likes of vintage melon tester knives, designer Jeff Park wanted to create something that could handle everyday tasks, while also look timeless in its design. Mission accomplished. A slender folding knife, the Stickler™ employs modern technology, using Ken Onion’s Assisted Opening. Complete with the IKBS™ ball bearing pivot system, the blade deploys in the blink of an eye for a smooth rotation, making the Stickler™ a modern invention that just happens to look like it could be from another era.
Tackling the everyday to-do list, its 12C27™ Sandvik offers razor sharp performance with excellent edge retention. Coming out at 3.38” in length, this compact carry is a snappy companion for around the garage, home, or office.
With the Stickler™, you won’t have to choose between style and function.
How Assisted Opening Works
It's held securely closed in your pocket, but initiate the deployment, and part way through the rotation the blade opens at impressive speed for simple, powerful, one-handed opening.
One fateful day in 2005, he walked into Ken Onion’s shop in Kaneohe, Hawaii, and never left. Well, that’s not entirely true, but he’s certainly made an impact on the world-class knife maker and has learned a thing or two along the way. Jeff Park is a detail-oriented type of guy, and by that we mean he’s an absolute perfectionist, and it shows in his simple, yet flawless designs. He’s an artist in the most fundamental respect: form follows function, and his knives reflect a remarkable understanding of both.