Chris Reeve Large Sebenza 21 Knife Chain Mail CGG (3.625" Stonewash)

This Large Sebenza 21 features a blasted titanium handle face with a Chain Mail computer generated graphic (CGG). The framelock and pocket clip are bead blast finished. It is outfitted with a light stonewashed S35VN stainless steel blade with a silver thumb lug. Includes lanyard and leather pouch.

The Sebenza 21 from Chris Reeve Knives has set the bar very, very high for folding knives. These knives are top-notch in every way. In addition to the "standard" Sebenza model there are several types of customizations available from Chris Reeve Knives for the Sebenza. This listing is for a Computer Generated Graphic (CGG) Sebenza. The graphic is created with CAD/CAM (computer aided drafting/machining), then transferred to a CNC machine for milling. There are several styles of the Large Sebenza CGG to choose from.

Item #BHQ-94300
Our Price: $525.00
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  • Overall Length: 8.335"
  • Blade Length: 3.625"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.13"
  • Blade Material: CPM S35VN
  • Hardness: 59-60 RC
  • Blade Style: Clip Point
  • Blade Grind: Hollow
  • Finish: Stonewash
  • Edge Type: Plain
  • Handle Length: 4.71"
  • Handle Thickness: 0.46"
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Color: Gray
  • Weight: 4.72 oz.
  • User: Right Hand
  • Pocket Clip: Tip-Up
  • Knife Type: Manual
  • Opener: Thumb Stud
  • Lock Type: Frame Lock
  • Brand: Chris Reeve Knives
  • Model: Sebenza
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Best Use: Collection, Everyday Carry
  • Product Type: Knife

Customer Reviews

The Benchmark for custom production
Curt S. on Jan 15, 2020

When I decided to get into the world of more expensive knives, I realized that I needed a benchmark. Something widely accepted as great, so that I could learn and have a frame of reference when looking at other knives. In comes the Sebenza. Its been around 30 years, and everyone has heard of Chris Reeve. Some titanium knives have a cold, slick feeling, such as the ZT0801TI. Not the case here, as the Sebenza titanium has an almost powder coat finish which provides some warmth and tact. The knife is quite ergonomic, something not obvious at first glance. The top of the blade stock has been rounded off which is both pleasant to use and look at. The lockup is great and makes a satisfying audible sound when deployed. The detent is a bit stiffer than I would prefer, but the deployment is very consistent and smooth over the entire travel area. The jimping on the back of the blade is really smart. If you look close, it has a 3D pattern where the peaks of the jimps are squared off, not unlike the serrations on a custom 1911. It makes using them pleasant to the touch, and the more you grab the knife - the more they grab back. If you enjoy the aesthetics of the knife and are considering it, I would highly recommend having the large Sebenza in your rotation.

Average knife
Nicholas J. on Jan 17, 2020

I just received this knife two days ago. I have a lot of folding knives (73 at last count). This knife is not bad. There are things that I don't like about it. Nothing really bad..thumb stud is pointy and I don't like the feel, the action is not smooth,steel is OK. I have several knives that cost less than half of the price of this knife that are just as good or better.The Sebenza may well be lauded as the standard, the benchmark by many but my opinion is that it is OK. To speak the honest truth, my Rat #1 in D2 is just as good as a Sebenza. Benchmade, ZT, WE and Spyderco all make many, many knives that are not only better but half the price. I really don't mind $550 but if you are looking for a knife actually worth $550 this is not it.

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