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Columbia River Knife And Tool (Crkt)-'s 5569 Slip K.I.S.S Razor Sharp Knife

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  • Slip joint opening
  • 275-Inch razor edge blade
  • Translucent shell
  • Brass liners
  • Stainless steel frame

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Technical Details
Part Number5569
Item Weight45 g
Product Dimensions11.9 x 3.6 x 3 cm
Item model number5569
Item Package Quantity1
Weight45 grams
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Best Sellers Rank #213,026 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
Date First AvailableMarch 29 2011
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Product Description

2.75 in. drop point blade made from 3Cr13 51-53 HRC steel that features a nail nick. Hanlde is 3.60 in. and features a bead blast finish with abalone shell. Overall length is 6.0 in. Includes pocket clip. ATTRIBUTES Blade Detail: Plain Edge Blade Length (inches): 2.75 Blade Material: 420J2 Lock Style: Frame Lock

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa47d41e0) out of 5 stars 3 reviews
HASH(0xa43fac00) out of 5 stars It is good at what it is intended to be. Aug. 15 2010
By Canonfog - Published on
I bought one of these from Mike Politoski. Paid $6. Good deal. I keep this knife in my wallet, since I have a heavy latigo leather hand made wallet I designed myself. But this knife can fit in about anybody's wallet, assuming you have a bit of room in there.
Razor sharp! Ultra light. Works wonderfully, American made! Beautiful design, worthy of the Museum of Modern Art, IMO. I particularly like the turned metal on the frame/spring section. With this knife, the frame IS the spring. One thing to know: you must be careful with this knife. More so than with others, I think. The maker knows it too, since the packaging I received had instructions that were very clear that you must be extremely careful with this knife. I nipped myself two separate times when closing it before I figured out you absolutely must avoid any contact with the brass region. Pinch-point there! The instructions should have pointed this out! The knife blade edge did not cut me, the end of the blade did as my finger got between it and the brass part. The handle material, skimpy as it is, works well for what it is. All in all, a good knife for it's intended purpose, minimalism done right. Not for everyone, however. Like a firearm, know what you are doing, and it is perfectly safe. Don't know what you are doing, and you can be hurt.
HASH(0xa41f5ee8) out of 5 stars it was ok Dec 22 2010
By aeroerin - Published on
I ordered this knife for my Hubby for Christmas. It looked really cool in the item description. When It came in I was a bit disappointed. On one side the fake shell piece looked realistic, but the other side was cloudy and did not look like shell at all. I ended up giving it to him early and he actually loved it. He said it looked perfectly fine to him. Maybe I'm just a bit too picky
HASH(0xa47ac594) out of 5 stars nice knife!!!!!! May 1 2010
By Atiquzzaman - Published on
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It is a nice knife. Light and the blade is quite sharp. However you cannot use it for heavy works. What I like most of it is it's style.