CIVIVI Lundquist Lumi Liner Lock Knife Green Micarta (2.6" Black Stonewash)

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MSRP: $60.00
Our Price: $51.00
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Specifications

  • Overall Length: 6.09"
  • Blade Length: 2.56"
  • Blade Width: 0.63"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.08"
  • Blade Material: Sandvik 14C28N
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Finish: Black Stonewash
  • Edge Type: Plain
  • Handle Length: 3.53"
  • Handle Width: 0.75"
  • Handle Thickness: 0.42"
  • Handle Material: Micarta
  • Color: Green
  • Weight: 1.76 oz.
  • User: Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip: Tip-Up
  • Knife Type: Manual
  • Brand: CIVIVI
  • Model: Lumi
  • Model Number: C20024-1
  • Designer: Justin Lundquist
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Best Use: Everyday Carry
  • Product Type: Knife

Features:
  • Black stonewashed, drop point blade made from quality 14C28N steel.
  • Top flipper opener with a ball bearing pivot.
  • Green micarta handle scales over stainless steel liners.
  • Liner lock for secure lock-up.
  • Tip-up, reversible pocket clip made from stainless steel.

Description:

The CIVIVI Lumi, designed by Justin Lundquist, is a low-key top flipper knife that is perfect for EDC and works great as a classy folder for more refined situations. The blade has an elegant shape and runs on bearings to make flipping it out a treat. It’s the kind of knife that is just unique enough to be interesting, but not so much that it’s difficult to operate. Thanks to its quality materials and built, it will serve you well for years.

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Customer Reviews

Very nice little knife
David H. on May 5, 2022

My Lumi is breaking in nicely. The detent was very sticky in the beginning, but has improved quite a bit. I like the design of this knife very much - the simple lines and the pointy blade look just right to me. Plus, the thin blade stock makes it a great slicer. The micarta scales are a nice touch. Only one negative. The flipper tab is very small and I have noticed that, in order to get a "clean" blade deployment, no side pressure against the tab should be applied - the direction of force should be as straight as possible. Side pressure will produce some stickiness in the deployment. The small flipper tab does not give much leverage when opening the blade, which enhances the "stickiness" issue, in my view. A bit larger tab, extending approx. 1/8" further out from the end of the handle, would make all the difference. Finally, I harbor a hope that Civivi will introduce a larger version of the Lumi, at some point. A 3" or perhaps 3.25" blade...with handle sized accordingly. NOT as a replacement for the existing knife, mind you, just as an alternative. Update: After opening (and closing) this knife probably 10,000 times...the detent has now broken in very nicely. The (detent) stickiness seems to be gone and the little knife is now marvelously "drop shutty". Not sure why it took so much break-in, but I really like this knife - so I wanted to make a go of it. Now, deploying the blade is easy, using either my index finger or my thumb. My affection for the little Lumi has increased about 500 % !! Changing from 4 stars to 5...

Compact, thin-bladed slicer
Patrick A. on Feb 28, 2022

I was hoping for a small, light knife with a thin blade that would slice well. And that's exactly what this is. It's very compact and I like that there's nothing sticking out. I rarely use a pocket clip and prefer knives that can just live in a pocket without getting caught on or interfering with anything else in there. It feels good in the hand and looks pretty classy for an inexpensive knife. The blade's very thin and just large enough for most tasks, though it's certainly not designed for dealing with any kind of heavy use. I would prefer that the blade profile weren't quite as pointy. The narrow point is useful for some things, but I know I'll end up snapping it off sooner or later. One-handed opening with your index finger does take a little practice. It would probably be better if the jumping on the top flipper were a little more pronounced. On the other hand, it's very satisfying when it works and your hand will get used to it soon enough. You can always hold it in your other hand and use your thumb if the index finger flip doesn't work well for you, although that isn't as satisfying. It's probably the most ergonomic frame lock to close that I've encountered so far. The lock bar is nice and light, and my thumb has easy access.

Disagree With Others
Michael R. on Oct 15, 2021

Yes, at first this knife is hard to open but after a week of opening and closing it breaks in nicely. I find it is extremely easy to open once broken in. Nice slicer and beatiful green micarta... Nice EDC knife. Remember just keep opening and closing it to break it in.

Its fine.
Crab L. on Oct 14, 2021

I feel the other two guys don't get how it opens..Mine shot open like a rocket just using my index finger. If you are having trouble just use your thumb and open/close it 100 times to break it in. awesome lil gentleman's knife.

Amazing Little Piece
Cass G. on Nov 12, 2021

What initially sold me on this knife was the blade shape. It was mainly an aesthetic thing, but once it was in my hands I found out how great the knife is overall for woodworking. I do a lot of whittling and this is my main detail-work knife. The thin stock and reasonable taper on it make it a slicing machine. The only gripe I have is a small one, the action wasn't as smooth as I thought it'd be, however that's not gonna stop it from flying open when you need it. I also remember seeing people open it with their index finger? I'm very dexterous with my hands and I cannot do that. It's a small note but didn't ruin the knife at all for me

Slightly disappointed
Tom S. on Oct 7, 2021

I like the size, and scales. It's not as easy to open using your index finger like on Instagram. Justin Lundquist's similar and excellent Eidolon is the top knife in my extensive collection but over four times the cost.

Disappointed with the design
Roy H. on Oct 9, 2021

Don't get me wrong I really like this knife but it's super hard to open and there really is no other way to open the knife but to use the flipper that only works when it wants to. I am getting ready to loosen the torx screw to see if that makes a difference but so far I can't find it. lol Guess I'll go buy another one. If that doesn't work then I really don't see carrying this knife much if at all.. It's the perfect size and style otherwise just not very user friendly....

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