Clean lines abound in the Misdirect folding knife from Kershaw Knives. This high performance flipper is built with a BlackWash finished wharncliffe blade and a stainless steel frame lock handle that employs SpeedSafe assisted opening technology. A flawlessly integrated lanyard look and pocket clip complete the design.
Small, low profile, sharp, and enough of a blade to last. The heft many speak of makes for a distinct feel when flipping the blade open that is absolutely desirable; it flips open with authority as the blade locks into place. I can't believe it comes at such a great price point. It's an absolute keeper. I'm tempted to buy another one just in case it gets discontinued-- which I hope doesn't happen! Blade HQ Special Edition please?
Nice little heft to this one - for a smaller knife. Heavy enough to get a good cut, light enough to forget you have it on you. Came decently sharp out of the box. Love the color and sturdiness of the blade itself. QUICK opening! super quick! watch out! A little smaller than I thought based on the pictures, but works surprisingly well. Get one, you won't be disappointed.
I have had this knife for just over a week and i love it. It came sharp out the box and so far it has lasted decently well. Its snappy and fun to fidget with. 100% worth $20
Fun snappy little knife. But it is a $20 Kershaw and you can take that as you will. I'm happy with it.
Got this to replace my favorite-ever gentleman's folder, the Kershaw Leek. About the same profile and ergonomics as the Leek -- very slim and light, opens smoothly. One pro is the tip of this blade shape is nowhere NEAR as fragile as the Leek's. Definitely a more robust blade. Cons: just doesn't hold an edge well. I'd be delighted if I'd spent a little more for a Speedsafe folder with better steel that held an edge.