- Jul 25, 2010
Shameful how long this took..... I handled this at bladeshow LAST YEAR. No longer interested.
Not that great honestly, the knife is big and heavy enough it will sit still but if you were to bend forwards enough, it will slide out. Haven't tried running with it or anything like that. I hope they keep evolving the concept to get a better working clip in the future as I do like the feature.How's the clip retention while clipped to pocket?
It was extremely stiff when I got it. The flipper and frame lock hurt my fingers when fidling with the knife, but I'm glad to say that right now it's become pretty smooth. I did open up the knife and cleaned it (except for the stopping pin, not sure how to remove that in this knife, it's my first integral and didn't feel like messing about too much). The action isn't as great as my We Knives or Reate but it isn't the worst either. Interestingly, the knife flips out with more authority when using my left hand it seems. No idea why that is.How is the action? I read it was kind of stiff and not smooth.
Well to be fair, it would be pretty difficult for every major company to come up with something like this every single year.That clip is the first real innovation in years.
All the old guard deserves to die. I am talking to you benchmade, zt/Kershaw, spyderco.
Same old sh*t year after year. NO innovation.