CRKT Ken Onion Ripple Bronze Folding Knife (3.16" Satin Plain) K406BXP

Item #BHQ-15382
MSRP: $135.00
Our Price: $79.99
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Specifications

  • Overall Length: 7.50"
  • Blade Length: 3.125"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.11"
  • Blade Material: Stainless Steel
  • Hardness: 57-58 RC
  • Blade Style: Drop Point
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Finish: Satin
  • Edge Type: Plain
  • Handle Length: 4.34"
  • Handle Thickness: 0.33"
  • Handle Material: Stainless Steel
  • Color: Bronze
  • Frame/Liner: Steel
  • Weight: 3.20 oz.
  • User: Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip: Tip-Down
  • Knife Type: Manual
  • Opener: Flipper
  • Lock Type: Frame Lock
  • Brand: CRKT
  • Model: Ripple
  • Model Number: K406BXP
  • Designer: Ken Onion
  • Country of Origin: Taiwan
  • Best Use: Everyday Carry
  • Product Type: Knife

Features:
  • Premium Acuto stainless steel drop point blade.
  • Flipper tab for smooth, bearing-driven opening.
  • Bronze TiNi finished steel handle with rippling details.
  • Secure steel frame lock.
  • Tip-down pocket clip.

Description:

CRKT and knife designer Ken Onion's first collaboration together is the CRKT Ripple folding knife series. This knife is noteworthy for its exceptional manufacturing quality, premium stainless steel build, plus an almost unbelievable silky smooth and fast opening action thanks to the use of the IKBS internal knife ball-bearing system. The Ripple blade opening action is almost friction-free due to the IKBS ball-bearing system. This is an excellent EDC with impressive construction!

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Customer Reviews

Great except...
Anthony M. on Jan 28, 2018

Great edc knife! So much to like, slim, smooth deployment, nice ergos, great slicer. I happen to love it’s aesthetic and am pleasantly surprised by the pocket clip. If i had to critic something... i wish the flipper was not so pointed. Also, the integral lock is not proud enough to “easily” close the knife with my thumb. I usually opt to wedge my index finger in the knife to disengage the lock.

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