Benchmade 62 Balisong Butterfly Knife Stainless Steel (4.25" Satin)

MSRP: $355.00
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:9.20"
  • Blade Length:4.25"
  • Blade Thickness:0.127"
  • Blade Material:D2
  • Hardness:60-62 RC
  • Blade Style:Spear Point
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.875"
  • Closed Length:5.25"
  • Handle Thickness:0.48"
  • Handle Material:Stainless Steel
  • Color:Gray
  • Weight:6.39 oz.
  • Knife Type:Butterfly
  • Brand:Benchmade
  • Model:62
  • Model Number:62
  • Country of Origin:USA
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

Description

Be sure to view our other Benchmade Balisong Butterfly Knives in stock!

Benchmade announces the Model 62 Balisong Knife for 2012! The BM 62 knife features a D2 Tool steel Weehawk blade with razor sharpness. The handles are skeletonized to reduce weight and sport a polished stainless steel finish. Sandwich style construction with stainless steel back spacers. The 62 Bali also features Zen pins and the classic T latch to secure the knife open and closed. Made in the USA.

Features:
  • Practical Weehawk Blade Shape
  • Skeletonized Handles
  • T Latch for Easy Open
  • Unparalleled Benchmade Fit and Finish

Get a Kydex sheath for the Benchmade 62, click HERE!

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Lucas P.
04-24-2015
Used my friends version and loved it.It might be a little too heavy for some people but you get use to it.Because of its high weight it makes it a very balanced balisong which in my opinion makes it ideal for flipping because if it is too light it wont flip sturdy and will be floppy.I give it a 5/5 exceeding all of the other reviews.If you like heavy balisongs it's a perfect flipper.If you like lighter balisongs either don't use it or have a lot of time to get use to it.
Ignore Arron and Dylan
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Connor S.
04-21-2015
I love this knife, although Dylan gives some false info, so does Arron. It's just his opinion it's a okay flipper it's actually a amazing flipper, and edc. This thing being 6.39 oz, some people don't like, but it makes it very well balenced. It also looks very taunting with the tanto blade. It's d2 steels edge lasts forever, is very sharp, and some people like stainless steel over titanium since it's so strong. And this is not to small. I am 6'2 with some pretty big hands and it still has like 1 1/2 inches on me. And since it's basically a bm 62 with a tanto blade, it really does live up to bemchmades potential. Some people prefer this over the bm 42 like me Arron, so don't go and throughly that out
Ignore Dylan W., and stay informed!!!
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Aaron D.
03-29-2015
His review is loaded with false information. First off, the length of the knife, AS IT IS IN THE SPECS, is 9.2", whereas he claims it to be over 10". The knife is definitely too short because of the handle length. He also claims that they are titanium, which is a blatant lie. They are stainless steel and make the knife too heavy to be a good flipper. If you are looking for a good flipper, buy a BRS Replicant or a Benchmade 51. There are plenty more good balisongs on the market for flipping, this just isn't one of them. The 62 doesn't live up to the 42 in the slightest, it pales in comparison. It does make for a good EDC, however.
Good knife, not ideal flipper.
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Nick S.
03-26-2015
Here's the deal with this knife. Buy it only if you like a heavy balisong and plan to edc it. For flipping, don't do it. The latch is poor, the handles are short and heavy, and for the massive price it lacks a bushing system or actually expensive materials. Furthermore, the knife does not have an "open length of over 10 inches." It's shorter than the 42, which was decently under 10 inches. If you want to see actual specs, look at those provided on this very page. I find it funny that Dylan's review states that Wyatt's is uninformed, and then dylan states that the 62 has ti handles. It's stainless steel. Not to mention there's no such thing as a "bm 52 morpho" only the 32 and the 51...
The Perfect Balisong
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Dylan W.
03-26-2015
Living up to it's predecessor's hype (BM42), the BM62 is a hallmark that stands the test of time.

The review below me, from Wyatt M dated 1-28-15, surely does not know what he is talking about. With a 4.25" blade, and an open length of over 10", the knife is anything but short. The sculpted titanium handle slabs create the perfect grip as well!

As with any balisong knife, or knife in general, if you misuse the blade it will "fillet your fingers" as stated.

Please ignore the other review, as it is truly misinformed and ill educated. I myself have owned a BM Morpho 52 and a BM62 and can say with all certainty that this knife is a work of honest craftsmanship.
No Me Gusta
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Wyatt M.
01-28-2015
It's short fat and likes to fillet your fingers. All in all kinda disappointing.