Schrade IMP21CI Imperial Pocket Knife with Cracked Ice Handle
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- 1.9-Inch blade, 2.8-Inch handle
- 400 Series Stainless steel
- Celluloid handle
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IMPERIAL SCHRADE PEANUT 1 BLADE WITH YELLOW CRACKED ICE HANDLEHandle: Yellow CelluloidBlade: 1.9 (4.8 cm)Closed: 2.8 (7.1 cm)Steel: 400 Series StainlessWeight: 0.9 oz.
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The "Peanut" features a single stainless steel blade.
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The construction is decent - everything lines up properly. The blade swing and locking mechanism were a bit tight out of the box, but with a drop of oil and some use it is loosening up nicely. The stainless steel blade is similar in quality to other Schrades - nothing amazing, but came with and holds a serviceable edge. The celluloid handles are a bit of a throw-back to the 1970s and look like the photo. I have a bunch of other small every-day carry, under 3" pocket knives, spanning the major manufacturers. I was a bit more excited by this one before it arrived than after, but its been growing on me as the days and weeks pass and I get used to it. As inexpensive, Chinese made pocket knives go, the newer Schrades are pretty consistent quality-wise (as long as they actually say Schrade on the knife itself and not just Imperial, which this one does) and are consequently a good value. The 4 out of 5 star rating takes the for ~$10 price niche into consideration. Spending $20 or $30 will get you a nicer knife, but that's not really the arena in which this one is competing.
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