CIVIVI's new Imperium folding knife exhibits absolute power when using for all manner of cutting tasks while keeping your pocket collection ultramodern. The contoured handle grants a snug grip and fits the natural curve in any hand. The blade steel is tough and has great corrosion resistance. Dual thumb studs permitting ambidextrous opening tops off the Imperium.
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Really nice knife, as the other reviewer stated, the pictures don't do it justice. The Nitro-V steel Is nice, the blade is very slicey. Out of the box it came arm shaving sharp and just barely push cutting paper, sliced it very nicely tho. And don't get me started on the fidget factor you get combining a thumb stud with a front flipper, I rubbed my thumb raw in the first few days playing with it. I definitely recommend this knife, there isn't really a reason to not get it for the price, just don't use the tip to pry on anything.
Pictures really don't do this knife justice. I urge you to go check it out on youtube so you can see what I'm talking about. The stonewashed blade against the ghost green g10 is really nice. It opens effortlessly with the flipper or the thumb studs (both sides), reverse flick is easy, thumb flick is easy, the bearings are smooth. Absolutely disappears in the pocket, it's less noticeable than a sharpie. Nitro V is cool too, I honestly can't imagine someone being unhappy with this knife, especially at this price. Only potential downside I can think of is that due to it's thin profile and long blade you could probably snap this pretty easy if you're using it for something heavy. It's really a gentleman's carry sort of design.