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Gerber®'s EVO Knives offer 1-handed opening with a finger flip that doubles as a finger guard. Titanium nitride-coated 440 stainless steel blade; featherweight anodized aluminum cut-out handle; pocket clip. Makes a great gift for outdoor enthusiasts! Blade length: 3-1/2''. Overall length: 8''.
this knife is very easy and handy to use. i am able to open and close the knife with 1 hand. only thing i might add is a little sharper but this is a really good knife to have. the pocket also makes a great feature.
July 7, 2011
Great Multi Purpose Knife!
I bought this knife three years ago for multi/daily use.
I'm in the military and have used the knife in the field for a multitude of reasons. It cuts well, has a super-sturdy locking mechanism and can be flipped open with one hand. It opens with a slight press of the opening tab and a flick of the wrist - almost like a spring loaded knife. I have cut metal stripping, rope, cord and heavy plastic with this knife. I even heated it once with a torch to score some thick plastic that we were trying to percision cut...
I've also used it for hunting and fishing applications. I used it to fillet a few catfish once while in a bind with no fillet knife.
To maintain: I wash it down in the sink when it's really bad - then blow it out with compressed air. A little light machine oil on the mechanism and a few strokes on the stone and it's good to go.
Through all of this - the black finish is still in good shape on the blade and the handle. It's scratched up in a few places, but works as well as the day I got it.
Several friends with more expensive knives have borrowed it and commented that it was every bit as good, if not better, than their multi-hundred dollar knives. I don't buy expensive knives because I'm afraid I'll loose it -and find myself reluctant to use it for 'nasty' applications.
This knife cost me about $30 bucks and it's still going strong! And - I haven't lost it!
I took a small rotary burr and carved my name in the bottom of the handle - it's found it's way back to me when borrowed a couple of times... ;)
July 29, 2010
I had one of these knives and carried it every day for 4 years. I was able to cut everything from paper to leather. The knife was so quick to open that I never considered getting an assisted knife. Recently, I was on a business trip and lost the knife. I'm looking for another just like it.
August 17, 2009
this knife is ok but dose not retain its edge but has non broken yet
May 30, 2009
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