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CIVIVI Elementum Liner Lock Knife Dark Green Micarta (2.9" Satin D2)

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MSRP: $61.80
Our Price: $52.50
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:6.99"
  • Blade Length:2.96"
  • Cutting Edge:2.625"
  • Blade Width:0.875"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:D2
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Hollow
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.03"
  • Handle Width:1.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.43"
  • Handle Material:Micarta
  • Color:Green
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:2.89 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Flipper
  • Lock Type:Liner Lock
  • Brand:CIVIVI
  • Model:Elementum
  • Model Number:C907T
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife
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Specifications

  • Overall Length:6.99"
  • Blade Length:2.96"
  • Cutting Edge:2.625"
  • Blade Width:0.875"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:D2
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Hollow
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.03"
  • Handle Width:1.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.43"
  • Handle Material:Micarta
  • Color:Green
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:2.89 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Flipper
  • Lock Type:Liner Lock
  • Brand:CIVIVI
  • Model:Elementum
  • Model Number:C907T
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife
Description

This CIVIVI Elementum features a dark green micarta handle and a satin finished D2 tool steel blade.

Elementum. The word invokes a sense of the inevitability of nature—the consistent tides, tearing winds, or devouring fire. There is a certain balance that exists in nature. The CIVIVI Elementum is awesome in its own right and succeeds in establishing a natural balance. These elements come condensed, landing 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 lanyard hole, deep-carry pocket clip, buttery-smooth flipper action, and a liner lock for solid lock up. Treat your pocket to one of the knife world's finest. Pick one up now before they're gone!

Features:
  • D2 blade steel that offers dependable blade strength and edge retention.
  • Micarta handle scales for a sure grip.
  • A stainless steel clip for secure deep-pocket carry.
  • Caged ball bearing pivot ensures a smooth and reliable action.
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Reviews

Customer Reviews

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NATHAN B.
02-17-2021
I bought a few knives in the last week and they all arrived yesterday. Surprisingly this was the cheapest and hands down my favorite out of the bunch! Beautiful blade with no billboard, the micarta is something you can't explain until you hold it! (and now I want more micarta hahaha) Overall this knife is well made, smooth action, cool design and light weight for EDC.
Almost Perfect EDC Great Price
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Da J.
02-10-2021
This is a really wonderful EDC, even better at the price point. Comfortable, amazing action, looks great. Hard to beat this knife for the price. The reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is the pocket clip.

There are three problems with it: a) the end of it sticks out too far from the knife, b) its not actually all that wide so it doesnt actually sit all the way down in my pocket, and worst c) there is a little ledge where the pocket clip is attached to the knife that catches on my pocket and tears up my pants. If it were smooth or the pocket clip were as nice as the knife, this is a 5 star knife.
Best EDC Knife
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Kevin B.
01-09-2021
I have literally no complaints with this knife. $50 for micarta and D2!!! Super smooth action, like all Civivi knives. The micarta is definitely good micarta and the blade shape is very utilitarian. Deep carry pocket clip makes it a very good EDC if not one of the best for the price. I love this knife.
Hype is Real
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Dan D.
11-17-2020
The Elementum has been such a great surprise. This knife came pretty damn perfect out of the box. The blade was centered, edges on the handle and spines were nicely smooth and the detent was solid. The only modification I made was a drop or two of reel oil and the action became snappier and smooth. Also, the micarta looks different than pictured here. It is less OD green and more of dark forest green.

I got this knife mainly for the micarta handles and to see if the hype was real. The handles are smooth with just enough texture to keep it interesting. It feels likes very finely sound wood before a sealing treatment. The action is also easily the best of the knives I own, and that includes the Ferrum Forge Mini-Archbishop. I can't believe they did all this in $50.
Great Blade
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Jeff R.
10-11-2020
Upgraded my EDC to the Elementum! Great choice, quality! Professional service, ordered one day and got it the next!
Good flipper, but things to consider
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Morgan S.
10-08-2020
I used this knife as a donor for my s35vn version. Some notes:

- this version has the micarta scales, which imo are better than the G10 scales on the s35vn version (more grip, while having a more premium feel).

-the micarta gets a nice darker patina over time. All micarta isn't created equal, and this micarta is good. It has more fiber than all other micarta knives i have.

- I like the s35vn version's thinner blade stock more. That version is "slicier" than this version without being too delicate.

-Yes, you can swap the scales if you had two knives.

-Considering this is a D2 blade, you'll likely want to get some EDCi to avoid corrosion.

Overall, if you can't wait for the s35vn variant, this is a good knife. Things to consider with both versions:

- The action is amazing on both, but it could be intimidating for some people. My girlfriend, for instance, gets weirded out when I'm flicking it. You can two-hand open if needed, but no other way to easily open with one hand.

-The micarta is plenty grippy for me.

-The lock bar gimping is a little too aggressive for me and I had to hit it with a dremel to smooth it out. I want my knife to be fidget worthy and this gimping was causing too much thumb pain. Not an issue if you don't fidget with your knives, but who doesn't? Not a deal breaker, but something to consider.

-The pivot screw is held in place by a small notch in the scale itself (so it doesn't rotate when you loosen/tighten it). Most knives have a groove in the pivot collar itself. DO NOT over tighten this pivot, or you can crack the little notch on the scale. I think this is a poor design for maintenance. And yes, I've cracked one...
Classy and as good as they say!
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Thomas K.
09-30-2020
Did I NEED a new knife? Well, no. But I got suckered by the awesome reviews...

But, it's as good as they say! Snappy action out of the box, perfect EDC size for me, and the micarta scales are velvety and grippy. (Saw some with the brown claim they were slick...but my dark green certainly isn't).

I think CIVIVI is pushing the envelope on EDC knives, and some of the big brands are going to have to step up their game. Fantastic knife, zippered case, micro fiber cloth. Sure, some of this it may seem like fluff, but it's extra value...on a $50 knife!

And for those, (like me), who might be turned off by the word "green", this knife does match the picture above, where it isn't REALLY green, but more of a gray with a green tinge. Classy looking.
Awesome edc
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Luca D.
09-25-2020
Like the minimal branding
Awesome Knife!!!
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Damon G.
09-23-2020
What a great everyday knife! Just the right size. Love the micarta scales.
Awesome little EDC!
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Ken F.
09-14-2020
This knife is great! Slim, lightweight, deep pocket carry clip and razor-sharp right out of the box. Unbelievable quality for the price. I originally bought the ebony wood version but it was not "grippy" enough for me. The micarta handle is perfect and looks great too. I highly recommend this knife!
Step 1: Buy this. Become a Knife Guy.
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Shazar K.
09-05-2020
Over the past year, I’ve tried to learn more about knives, and knife culture. I devote time each week to watching the video offerings from BladeHQ; I take time to explore how the knives are made, the history of the companies, and how they can find a place in my daily carry. When it comes to my friends and colleagues, I am constantly seeking for gifts, and the properly selected knife can be their lifelong companion.

In my knife journey, I have heard the praise lauded onto the Civivi Elementum, and knew that at some point, I would need to experience the knife.

The Civivi Elementum is not what I expected from a knife, and that is what makes it great. This was my first time feeling the texture of micarta, and I absolutely loved the velvet softness of the material! This was my first time with a “flipper” knife that had ball-bearings to control the opening action, and with one flick, I understood the smooth and confident movement! When I went to close the knife, with my thumb crossing the path of the blade to move the liner lock, the blade gracefully collapsed into the handle. It was beautiful to experience! However, it also made me mindful that I have to be very careful, before I injure myself with the closing action, since the blade closes without any pause. Keep your finger clear! This knife requires your attention, and intention, to wield, even casually.

It was such a “Wow” moment, to finally hold this hallowed knife in my hand. I felt like I’d “made it,” because this was my first foray out of my knife comfort zone, and it left nothing to be desired. The Elementum was a good-sized, adept, discrete knife; it doesn’t draw attention to itself, it simply goes to work, completes its tasks, and returns home.

Go get one, you will love it! Find the version that calls to you. Know that all the hype is true, and that it's going to be an enthralling experience that brings a smile to your face, every time you hold it in your hand!
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Description
Specifications
Reviews

This CIVIVI Elementum features a dark green micarta handle and a satin finished D2 tool steel blade.

Elementum. The word invokes a sense of the inevitability of nature—the consistent tides, tearing winds, or devouring fire. There is a certain balance that exists in nature. The CIVIVI Elementum is awesome in its own right and succeeds in establishing a natural balance. These elements come condensed, landing 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 lanyard hole, deep-carry pocket clip, buttery-smooth flipper action, and a liner lock for solid lock up. Treat your pocket to one of the knife world's finest. Pick one up now before they're gone!

Features:
  • D2 blade steel that offers dependable blade strength and edge retention.
  • Micarta handle scales for a sure grip.
  • A stainless steel clip for secure deep-pocket carry.
  • Caged ball bearing pivot ensures a smooth and reliable action.
Read More
Show Less

Specifications

  • Overall Length:6.99"
  • Blade Length:2.96"
  • Cutting Edge:2.625"
  • Blade Width:0.875"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:D2
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Hollow
  • Finish:Satin
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.03"
  • Handle Width:1.00"
  • Handle Thickness:0.43"
  • Handle Material:Micarta
  • Color:Green
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:2.89 oz.
  • User:Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Flipper
  • Lock Type:Liner Lock
  • Brand:CIVIVI
  • Model:Elementum
  • Model Number:C907T
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife
Pleasant surprise!
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NATHAN B.
02-17-2021
I bought a few knives in the last week and they all arrived yesterday. Surprisingly this was the cheapest and hands down my favorite out of the bunch! Beautiful blade with no billboard, the micarta is something you can't explain until you hold it! (and now I want more micarta hahaha) Overall this knife is well made, smooth action, cool design and light weight for EDC.
Almost Perfect EDC Great Price
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Da J.
02-10-2021
This is a really wonderful EDC, even better at the price point. Comfortable, amazing action, looks great. Hard to beat this knife for the price. The reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is the pocket clip.

There are three problems with it: a) the end of it sticks out too far from the knife, b) its not actually all that wide so it doesnt actually sit all the way down in my pocket, and worst c) there is a little ledge where the pocket clip is attached to the knife that catches on my pocket and tears up my pants. If it were smooth or the pocket clip were as nice as the knife, this is a 5 star knife.
Best EDC Knife
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Kevin B.
01-09-2021
I have literally no complaints with this knife. $50 for micarta and D2!!! Super smooth action, like all Civivi knives. The micarta is definitely good micarta and the blade shape is very utilitarian. Deep carry pocket clip makes it a very good EDC if not one of the best for the price. I love this knife.
Hype is Real
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Dan D.
11-17-2020
The Elementum has been such a great surprise. This knife came pretty damn perfect out of the box. The blade was centered, edges on the handle and spines were nicely smooth and the detent was solid. The only modification I made was a drop or two of reel oil and the action became snappier and smooth. Also, the micarta looks different than pictured here. It is less OD green and more of dark forest green.

I got this knife mainly for the micarta handles and to see if the hype was real. The handles are smooth with just enough texture to keep it interesting. It feels likes very finely sound wood before a sealing treatment. The action is also easily the best of the knives I own, and that includes the Ferrum Forge Mini-Archbishop. I can't believe they did all this in $50.
Great Blade
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Jeff R.
10-11-2020
Upgraded my EDC to the Elementum! Great choice, quality! Professional service, ordered one day and got it the next!
Good flipper, but things to consider
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Morgan S.
10-08-2020
I used this knife as a donor for my s35vn version. Some notes:

- this version has the micarta scales, which imo are better than the G10 scales on the s35vn version (more grip, while having a more premium feel).

-the micarta gets a nice darker patina over time. All micarta isn't created equal, and this micarta is good. It has more fiber than all other micarta knives i have.

- I like the s35vn version's thinner blade stock more. That version is "slicier" than this version without being too delicate.

-Yes, you can swap the scales if you had two knives.

-Considering this is a D2 blade, you'll likely want to get some EDCi to avoid corrosion.

Overall, if you can't wait for the s35vn variant, this is a good knife. Things to consider with both versions:

- The action is amazing on both, but it could be intimidating for some people. My girlfriend, for instance, gets weirded out when I'm flicking it. You can two-hand open if needed, but no other way to easily open with one hand.

-The micarta is plenty grippy for me.

-The lock bar gimping is a little too aggressive for me and I had to hit it with a dremel to smooth it out. I want my knife to be fidget worthy and this gimping was causing too much thumb pain. Not an issue if you don't fidget with your knives, but who doesn't? Not a deal breaker, but something to consider.

-The pivot screw is held in place by a small notch in the scale itself (so it doesn't rotate when you loosen/tighten it). Most knives have a groove in the pivot collar itself. DO NOT over tighten this pivot, or you can crack the little notch on the scale. I think this is a poor design for maintenance. And yes, I've cracked one...
Classy and as good as they say!
SSSSS
SSSSS
Thomas K.
09-30-2020
Did I NEED a new knife? Well, no. But I got suckered by the awesome reviews...

But, it's as good as they say! Snappy action out of the box, perfect EDC size for me, and the micarta scales are velvety and grippy. (Saw some with the brown claim they were slick...but my dark green certainly isn't).

I think CIVIVI is pushing the envelope on EDC knives, and some of the big brands are going to have to step up their game. Fantastic knife, zippered case, micro fiber cloth. Sure, some of this it may seem like fluff, but it's extra value...on a $50 knife!

And for those, (like me), who might be turned off by the word "green", this knife does match the picture above, where it isn't REALLY green, but more of a gray with a green tinge. Classy looking.
Awesome edc
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Luca D.
09-25-2020
Like the minimal branding
Awesome Knife!!!
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Damon G.
09-23-2020
What a great everyday knife! Just the right size. Love the micarta scales.
Awesome little EDC!
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Ken F.
09-14-2020
This knife is great! Slim, lightweight, deep pocket carry clip and razor-sharp right out of the box. Unbelievable quality for the price. I originally bought the ebony wood version but it was not "grippy" enough for me. The micarta handle is perfect and looks great too. I highly recommend this knife!
Step 1: Buy this. Become a Knife Guy.
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Shazar K.
09-05-2020
Over the past year, I’ve tried to learn more about knives, and knife culture. I devote time each week to watching the video offerings from BladeHQ; I take time to explore how the knives are made, the history of the companies, and how they can find a place in my daily carry. When it comes to my friends and colleagues, I am constantly seeking for gifts, and the properly selected knife can be their lifelong companion.

In my knife journey, I have heard the praise lauded onto the Civivi Elementum, and knew that at some point, I would need to experience the knife.

The Civivi Elementum is not what I expected from a knife, and that is what makes it great. This was my first time feeling the texture of micarta, and I absolutely loved the velvet softness of the material! This was my first time with a “flipper” knife that had ball-bearings to control the opening action, and with one flick, I understood the smooth and confident movement! When I went to close the knife, with my thumb crossing the path of the blade to move the liner lock, the blade gracefully collapsed into the handle. It was beautiful to experience! However, it also made me mindful that I have to be very careful, before I injure myself with the closing action, since the blade closes without any pause. Keep your finger clear! This knife requires your attention, and intention, to wield, even casually.

It was such a “Wow” moment, to finally hold this hallowed knife in my hand. I felt like I’d “made it,” because this was my first foray out of my knife comfort zone, and it left nothing to be desired. The Elementum was a good-sized, adept, discrete knife; it doesn’t draw attention to itself, it simply goes to work, completes its tasks, and returns home.

Go get one, you will love it! Find the version that calls to you. Know that all the hype is true, and that it's going to be an enthralling experience that brings a smile to your face, every time you hold it in your hand!
Show All
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