The CIVIVI Elementum is awesome in its own right and succeeds in establishing a natural balance. These CIVIVI knives come equipped with a new push button locking mechanism. Landing perfectly between too big and too small, high quality and affordability, plain and extravagant. The resulting knife is modest, ergonomic, and extraordinary functional. It is topped off with a reversible pocket clip for tip-up carrying. Treat your pocket to one of the knife world's finest. Pick one up now before they're gone!
This is my second Civivi after the liner lock Elementum. I love both, but I prefer the blade size of this button lock version. The deep carry clip is tight but I can put it in my jeans pocket in and out easily. I started collecting knives a few months ago so I'm adjusting to the button lock, which is very good. I got it at a great price too.
Extremely smooth and fluid when opening and closing. Blade size and weight is awesome complimenting it's easy opening and closing features. I find myself messing with it for an hour without noticing. Handle feels great as well. Clip is also easy to get onto your pants and holds tight. Definitely one of my top 5 fav knives. For the price no knife is better currently.
best civivi in my opinion amazing figet factor decent steal and micarta i fully reconmend it
First off, shipping was quick and the package arrived undamaged. The knife itself is excellent, the edge is razor sharp, the build quality is top notch, and the materials are excellent. I am thoroughly impressed. I have become a bit of a Civivi collector, starting with a basic Elementum. That was an excellent benchmark for their quality, and honestly, I think they continue to get even better.
I wanted to love the knife and everything that everyone else has said is true: The blade is very sharp, opening and closing is very smooth, and it looks fantastic. The problems come in with the button lock. I've been carrying it for about two weeks now everyday and the button lock continue to get stiffer and stiffer. I handed it to my friend who was aware of it and even said "Ooo is this one of the newer button lock knives?" and as soon as he tried to open it he made a face and said "That button is awful". I don't know if it gets worse before it gets better but right now there's times where the button doesn't even pop back out without me giving the knife a hit on the side when it gets to the closed position because it's so bound. I even grab the knife in the closed position and squeeze it to see if it's not closed all the way but the button still remains stuck. I'm going to keep putting some miles on it and see if it gets better but I sure do miss my bugout being in my pocket as it stands now and not sure how much longer I can wait to like the knife before I put it down.