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    Looking for titanium framelock for $200.00


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    I would like something similar in size/type to a large Sebenza. (Not ready to take that jump yet.)

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    Bradley Alias

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    A Sage 2 just went up for on the for sale forum.
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    ZT 0550 is fairly close in length to a large sebenza, it may not be the same style but it's still a fantastic knife.




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    I EDC a Sage 2 for office use quite a bit and it is a great knife. Blade shape is not really Sebenza like. The FFG does slice very well though. The wire clip is also a plus as it is easy on the pocket. I do have two large and two small Sebenzas that also see use. I would say that the Sage 2 is in between a large and small.

    I also have a new ZT 0550 which is a different animal. Big, chunky, and more of a hard use type of knife. Despite the size and weight it does carry pretty well. I find that I carry it almost every single weekend since I have no problems beating on it when doing yard work.

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    Take the jump youll be glad you did I am

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    Its not quite $200 dollars, but I really like the Protech TR-3 Manual Integrity folding knife. They generally run about $250, but Protech makes a really nice knife.



    I also really like the Sage 2, but the size on that one is a little smaller than what you said you are looking for.
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    Bradley alias 1 is the closest imo to a sebenza at around 200

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    Yeah the Alias I is a nice knife. I like that one as well.
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    Zt 0550

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    Please try BM790 Subroza. Great knife. Really good for EDC.

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    +1 on the subrosa ! one of my fav

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    Take a little more of a jump,and get a small sebenza! You won't be sorry,I promise!!

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    If the size isn't too small the Leafstorm is very nice. It makes an attractive Sunday, go to meeting knife.

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    Like others have said, in terms of design (stonewashed S30V/S35VN blade, blasted Ti handles, etc.), the Bradley Alias I is the closest thing to a Large Sebenza at the $200 price point. The Alias I is a good knife, but if my only aim was to get the best Ti framelock I could for $200 (disregarding similarity to the Sebbie), I'd take another knife that's already been mentioned -- the ZT 0550 -- instead.

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    I hate to be the one to say it because I know people get tired of hearing it but save the money and get a small sebenza or a large sebenza. I was always a skeptic too and said I would never spend that kind of money on a knife, and then I did and Ive never looked back. The alias has a very tiny sweet spot to get the knife to open smooth and be rock solid, but a sebenza is a ROCK no matter what. As for the zt's they are sweet too. Its your decision but IMO take the leap.

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    That 550 is a nice looking knife. I just dont know; I may just save a little more. Funny thing is I was cleaning out my dresser a little while ago and found $60.00 in a 3 year old birthday card. A little more towards the fund....

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    Here's Some Good Options. Some Have Been Said, Others Haven't.
    Boker Jens Anso Haddock
    Boker Jens Anso 67
    Spyderco Chokwe
    Spyderco Sage 2
    Bradley Alias 1
    ZT 0550
    Benchmade 790 Subrosa
    Benchmade 760 LFTi
    Benchmade 750 Pinnacle
    DPX H.E.S.T. Folder 2.0
    Spyderco Military Titanium

    Also, Not Sure Of Cost... But The A.G. Russell Acies Seems Really Nice!

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    I'll second the Protech TR3. One of the better titanium frame locks I've handled. Great size for an EDC folder too. I think it
    beats out the Alias but below Sebenza tolerances. Only criticism I have of it is it has a pretty weak detent.
    Last edited by snowreaper1; 02-25-2012 at 12:17 AM.

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    I personally have experience with ZT knives and highly recommend them. They have the same materials as the high end knives ( S30V Blades, G10 Scales, Ti Framelock ) without the high price tag. Plus they give you that CRK/Hinderer Feel. Just doesn't get any better than that.

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