The Piet, designed by Jesper Voxnaes, is a lightweight and capable EDC knife. The blade is made from 8Cr13MoV stainless steel and has the classic Voxnaes thumb hole for easy ambidextrous deployment. The handle is made of black GFN to maximize strength and minimize weight. There's also a reversible tip-up pocket clip. Add all these great features to the clean lines of a Voxnaes design, and you've got a great EDC knife!
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This is another CRKT Vox knife that I have bought and loved my decision. This knife fit in hand is amazing, like every other Vox this is well designed and worth way more than the asking price, this is a must buy to have or give to family/friend. I gave mine to my brother and he is now a EDC guy.
I was pleasantly surprised by this. It's really well made for the price. There's no give anywhere when it's open, and opening it has a smooth snappy feeling. Also, fur how small it is it's still a four finger grip.
This little knife checks all the boxes I want in a pocket knife: [x] deep carry clip [x] reliable liner lock [x] not crazy expensive [x] very thin profile [x] light weight [x] no snag points This knife is my favorite bare bones pocket knife. I really like the overall design too. It has a lot of polished metal and they even put a chamfer on the thumb hole.
This is a knife that has A LOT going for it for the price. Ergos are fantastic, grippy handle material, simple deployment, great lock up, ideal blade shape. I’m a fan of all the Voxnaes designs I’ve owned. This is a knife that should be appreciated a lot more! CRKT needs to make a D2 version with maybe just a little bit more access in the lock bar side to reverse flick and it would be an absolute home run. Regardless, this knife is up there with your tenacious, Civivis, rat 2 and Kershaw's all day. Great first knife or gift idea as well.
Lightweight, very sturdy knife. The pocket clip can be switched to either side. Accented with a splash of the color blue on the spine Opens lightning fast with a flick of the thumb. Can attach a lanyard if desired. Also the personalization of the knife is well worth it. Well done, CRKT!
This is one nice little knife. Perfect ergos as you would expect.
First off buy this knife. Super cool design, fits great in the hand, super easy to open, and just an all around great package. Been my EDC for the last couple months.
Pros: - Very sharp out of the box - Great little cutter for light duty work - Light weight - Very low profile in pocket - Super easy to sharpen, although all I've had to do is touch up the edge on my ceramic and strop - Feels good in the hand even though it is a small knife, and I have exceptionally large hands Cons: - Blade centering was ever so slightly off (fixed with a slight turn of the screw) - Action is a little stiff, although that should correct itself with break in time. Overall excellent knife, especially considering the price point.
For under $30, CRKT has done it agaon and created a great budget folder. GRN feels good and textured, fit is great, but the action came very grimy (due to lack of lubrication and a semi-bent nylon washer). Lubed it up and she runs like a charm!
I’ve been carrying the Piet for about ten days, and I love how light and functional it is. The beautiful design doesn’t come across super well on websites. This knife has more aesthetic value than you would expect from a cheap CRKT. My only warning is that the thick blade and flat grind make this knife a poor choice for food prep. You do not want to use it to slice an apple.
I have two of these now and what a difference between the two. No issues with one, but the other was just poor. Tight pivot and problems with liner release. Must be a burr or too long making it difficult and dangerous the close. Bad quality control. I love my first one and will live with the other.