Kershaw Leek Folding Knife
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Featuring Kershaw®'s SpeedSafe ambidextrous opening system for smooth, easy opening by both right- and left-handed users, the Leek Folding Knife offers Ken Onion's distinctive design with a 410 stainless steel handle with titanium oxide coating and a Sandvik 13C26 stainless steel blade. The Safety Tip Lock ensures the blade stays securely inside the handle until the user releases it. Blade length: 3''. Closed length: 4''. Weight: 3.1 oz. Made in USA.
- Ambidextrous opening system
- Distinctive design with 410 stainless steel handle
- Titanium oxide coating and a Sandvik 13C26 stainless steel blade
- Safety tip lock
Kershaw® Leek Folding Knives
This knife is razor sharp and the all metal design makes it almost indestructable. Very well designed and doesn't become dull. You can't go wrong with Kershaw knives.
February 3, 2010
super sharp i got cut once just by looking at it very eazy to use
July 10, 2009
Best pocket knife ever
I bought this knife in the store when it opened in Manteca. I've since purchased two more for my son's. I fish a lot and I've always multitasking with line, bait, etc. This "open" assist feature is the best idea cause it opens with the use of one hand, or just 3 fingers. The blade is really sharp, and the design of the blade makes it easier to follow the edge of the knife to see where you're cutting. I've told numerous of my fishing buddies about this knife and I'm seriously thinking of getting a few more for my friends so they don't have to keep asking me to use my knife. Seriously, it's the best idea and design that I've ever seen and owned.
May 13, 2009
I have recommended this knife to many. I got a serrated blade for Christmas and think it is the best knife I've used. I use it for all purposes. With minimal honing (20 degree recommendation from Kershaw), it will take and hold a razor-sharp edge and cut through half-inch rope with minimal effort. It opens extremely quickly and easily, and closing is simple. The lock is solid. It feels great in the hand and is slim so that it goes in the pocket well. I got the serrated blade for cutting rope, but I find that the edge is so sharp that I do not use the serrated part. While I'm extremely pleased with the knife, if I had to do it over again, I'd get the blade without the serrated section.
May 6, 2009
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