Paragon Knives Warlock diverges from traditional folding knives with its radical opening mechanism. Your first hint for deploying the blade is the oversized, textured pivot, which serves as a double button locking system. By pushing both sides of the pivot at the same time, the handle splits apart to reveal the blade; with gravity and a flick of the wrist, it will swing into the open position. It's an entertaining and novel opening mechanism that is effective, providing solid lock-up. The Warlock knows how to get to work, and will work as long as you do, but its also capable of scratching your itch to fidget. Its the sort of knife youll always be happy to find in your pocket.
The Paragon Warlock folding knife is available in an array of color combinations—choose your favorite!
Not normally a thing I would have paid any attention to, but I was gifted one by a friend from his collection. At first, this thing struck me as “gas station knife.” Then, I noticed the good blade steel and complicated grind work. Okay, good material but weird. The warlock branding made sense there and that helped me swallow the over-the-top design. I like wizards n junk. Then, I got the hang of flipping it around and now I totally get it. This thing is endless fun to mess with and a really unique piece in my collection that I’m happy to own.
Before owning several kinds of knives, this was the first one that catches my eyes. However, this was the very last to be in my collections. I don't need no other knife except this beauty. I only have eyes for this and I highly recommend this to every one who loves unique and great quality blade. You'll not regret in buying this.
Hands down, best, most entertaining knife I've ever used, the sound of it opening and closing is better that cycling my Beretta. Might buy a Phoenix next.
The knife overall is amazing and I've been wanting it for sometime now and finally decided to buy one. The fact that it sports a double edged dagger blade and is a folding knife at the same time is insanely cool. The only downside is on mine the grind is uneven and the is the fuller is off center however, not so severe that it will affect functionality too much.
The blade quality is really good and can cut through cardboard like butter. The clamshell mechanism is really fun to play with and makes a cool noise when opened. My only problem with it though is that the pocket clip became loose and slightly bent outwards after a few months of normal usage.
I got this knife in October and since then it has held up well. However when I first bought the knife it came in somewhat dull and it was not shaving sharp like how other knives were that I bought at a much cheaper price point. The knife's internals are very durable though, having survived me accidentally dropping it down a flight of stairs and it working just the same after.
almost impossible to open