The Nura 3.5 is a Dmitry Sinkevich designed folder that utilizes Kershaws KVT ball-bearing system for smooth, easy opening without a mechanical assist. Sinkevich's knives emphasize intelligent design and have a strong emphasis on quality fit and finish.
The Kershaw Nura is available in 3" blade and 3.5" blade lengths to accommodate a variety of users. The Nura handle design has a sleek, streamlined look and feel. Both the blade and the handle are titanium carbo-nitride coated for a matte gray finish, while the handle flats have been sanded to provide a desirable satin finish. The frame lock provides blade lockup security and a tip-up carry pocket clip accommodates everyday carry.
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Beautiful knife, very easy to flick open, and easy to close. I gifted this to a friend, and he loves it! Recommended!
My Kershaw Nura frame lock is sleek and sharp, a good budget gentleman's carry. Fit and finish are as advertised. Place it in your rotation, that's my advice. (I have a hundred knives in my experience bucket.) As I said, the price is right, and Sinkevich is an interesting add to Kershaw's line up of designers. So, $60 for only $20. Why not grab yourself one? Action is pretty good, recommended knife, you will like it! I do.
I purchased this as I am a fan of sinkevich designs and the Kershaw kit bearings. Really happy with the ti wash finish on this knife. Wasn't certain I would like the manual flipper over the speed safe Kershaw offers ( must have 10+ speedsafes). The design, finish and manual flip on bearings are great. Liked the 3.5 so much, I purchased the 3.0 as well
It does take a bit of adjusting but it was very easy
Looks good, smooth working, nice weight for shorts, pants with no belt.
This knife is stylish and sharp. Perfect for a night out with some dress pants
This is a good little knife. Pocket friendly very attractive to look at, and decent blade shape. After a while using blade coating is scratching.
The nice is Beautiful. It's a Dmitry Sinkevich design. But there's no way to flick it open. The ball bearing system/detent or something is awful. You have to do a VERY hard wrist swing to able to open this one. It's a shame, since it looks beautiful.