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Looking for a great butterfly knife? Few make anything better than the Benchmade 32 Balisong series. Benchmade Butterfly Knives have raised the bar once more! The Benchmade 32 Morpho features a patented liner-sprung latch that opens with a squeeze, yet locks open as well. Solid, machined slab construction is built on jeweled ti-liners (skeletonized G-10 handles). Heat-treated kicker pins keep things rockin’ hard and fast, and a practical D2 tool steel blade features a crowned modified spear-point style. Others may get all the press, but Benchmade still owns the glory when it comes to Balisong Knives and the 32 proves it. Again.
I got one of these in August for my Birthday. I really enjoy it. It's my first Balisong and a lot of fun to fool around with. Super sharp and feels good in your hand.
Yup, its a great little knife. I have both the 51 and the 32, I'd have to say I prefer the 51 but the 32 is great if your in the market for a small balisong.
I bought this just before it sold out, it's sad that this got dis-continued but you can still find it on the secondary market for around $150 (at the moment). I've been going back and forth flipping my 51 and my 32 and honestly I love them equally they're both good flippers but the 32 is certainly unique compared to ordinary flippers such as the 51 or anything from the 4x series.
I'm in love with this little knife. It's perfect for all your basic opening and closing techniques, but go with the big brother for more advanced ones. I've flipped it non stop for the past two weeks with zero problems. The fit and finish are flawless, but if you touch the jeweled liners with anything they will scratch. I simply cleaned a little oil off with a Q-tip, and even that left a mark. Also, if you live in Missouri this one is legal to carry, which is why I bought it. Thanks to BladeHQ for always having a great selection, and customer service.
I have a few knives I end up frequently carrying and this is definitely the most fun of them. I can't legally carry other bali I own so I went with this as a sub 4" knife. Bit of a learning curve to get used to the light weight and the short handle length but you can do roll overs and such after some practice.
After flipping a 63 and going to to the 32 was crazy. The mini morpho was just a little too small. Excellent materials and great fluidity.
I've got both the 51 and 32. And between either one, I'd rather have the 51 only because it just better value for your money. But I still love my 32 highly recommend! It's extremely light weight, I don't think its would be a very good flipper. But it's amazing at cutting and slices.