Kizer Lundquist Feist Frame Lock Front Flipper Knife Ti (2.8" Satin) Ki3499

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Kizer Lundquist Feist Frame Lock Front Flipper Knife Ti (2.8" Satin) Ki3499
MSRP: $256.00
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  • Overall Length:6.50"
  • Blade Length:2.875"
  • Blade Thickness:0.12"
  • Blade Material:CPM-S35VN
  • Blade Style:Drop Point
  • Blade Grind:Hollow
  • Finish:Stonewash
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:3.625"
  • Handle Thickness:0.44"
  • Handle Material:Titanium
  • Color:Gray
  • Weight:2.68 oz.
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Lock Type:Frame Lock
  • Brand:Kizer
  • Model:Feist
  • Model Number:Ki3499
  • Designer:Justin Lundquist
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife


Knifemaker Justin Lundquist designed this Feist knife after losing his favorite EDC knife. With a lifelong passion for fine art and traditional craftsmanship, Justin applied his extensive camping and hunting experience to create this clean, lightweight EDC folder. The refined look and smooth flowing lines set the Feist apart from other EDC knives. It has a CPM-S35VN steel blade with a front flipper opener. The handle is made from 6AL4V titanium with a matte gray finish. Add a highly functional piece of knife art to your collection with the Kizer Feist.

  • CPM-S35VN blade steel provides a tough blade with excellent edge retention.
  • Rounded titanium handles for a smooth gripping surface that is comfortable in the pocket or hand.
  • A sleek front flipper and ball bearing pivot offers quick blade deployment while adding to the clean aesthetic appeal.

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Customer Reviews

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Perfect office knife
Aaron B.
Super attractive, smooth action, great in pocket, easily deployed. 4 stars only cuz I had to send it back to Kizer to replace it with the fixed version 2 of the knife.
My go to
Ben P.
Don't experience any of the problems some have reported with my Fiest. It's honestly my favorite knife. Great edc size, blade steel is good, and materials are great for the price.
Love the look, couple of weak spots
Dan W.
I did not have the problems others have had with gritty opening and closing. Knife is very smooth. But there are two minor problems.

1. As others have mentioned, the frame lock is WAY too tight and hard to move to unlock the blade. Only gets easy when you use 2 hands, which defeats the purpose.

2. The Front flip feature is mediocre at best and hard to open. Requires both a strong thumb, and a strong flip since the thumb alone only gets the blade half-way open at best.

Otherwise it is a quality product. Love the look of it and the steel should hold the sharp factory edge a long time.
Patrick B.
I just received my Feist today and I am extremely disappointed. I was hoping to get a new version or a version that wasn't pure crap but that wasn't the case. The action is the worst on any knife I have ever owned. It is almost impossible to even open, much less flip open with one hand. I hope I just received a dud and they aren't all this bad. This is my first and hopefully last experience with something this bad.
Blade HQ response:
We're very sorry to hear about the trouble you're having. Have you contacted our customer service department yet ( We'd like to help you get this resolved. Thanks -BHQ
Nice little knife
Nathan S.
I just got the Feist today, exceeds my expectations easily. Small, fairly light, and extremely smooth. The front flipper works well and is a cool way to open the knife.
Cole h.
This knife is beautiful. Smooth opening, good lock up. Its my new favorite.
Pretty awesome
Kevin P.
I love the design and materials but the opening feels and sounds gritty when you don't flick it open quickly. Still happy with it and intend to keep it though.
Great small knife
Chad E.
My Feist was perfectly centered and grit free. Guess I got lucky for once. Two small issues are the hard to disengage lock bar and stiff pocket clip. These items are by no means bad enough to keep it out of my pocket.
Grittiness caused by loose stop pin.
Steven V.
The Feist has a great design, but the gritty opening and closing sound drove me nuts. I tried to get rid of the gritty sound by disassembling the knife and cleaning it. This helped, but it didn't completely solve the problem. It turns out that the gritty sound was caused by the loose stop pin rubbing against the titanium handles as the knife opens and closes. I shimmed a small piece of paper into the stop pin hole then reassembled the knife. This solved most of gritty opening and closing sound. There is also some sharp burrs inside the knife from the milling work.

Overall The Feist is a great knife with a great design.
Nice looking, feels ok in the hand. Like others have said the knife is very gritty sounding when closing. Have to push pretty hard to open due to the stiff framelock.
Not as good as it could be
Jordan H.
I love this design and really want to love this knife, but I don't really even carry it anymore. It came with a loose pivot and the same grittiness that everyone else had. It was never really that sharp, and now, I can't even sharpen it because the blade edge is too wide of an angle. Was considering having it reprofiled, but now with the talk of a feist 2 to replace it, I'll just wait. Hopefully it'll end up being the knife this one should have been.
Terrific design, execution needs work
Michael S.
I love this design but the execution needs work: The lock is gritty and the lockbar is so stiff my thumb still hurts days later.
This is my first Kizer that isn't perfect out-of-the box.

Sadly, I'm returning my Feist and will eagerly await a later shipment for Kizer to fix these two nits.

Mine gets 5-stars for design and just 3-stars for exection.
Nice, but...
Joel N.
I love the knife, perfect small edc option, great materials, beautiful design inside and out, and is a joy to take apart and maintain because of its simplicity in its ingenuity. There are a couple of gripes with it though... The knife came gritty and had to clean off the excess metal shavings inside. After a thorough cleaning and oiling it works perfectly. Some screws are not evenly flush on the knife, most notably on the lock-bar insert screws. Another thing is that the clip is way too strong and I feel it will wear my pocket rather quickly. Lastly, disengaging the lock bar is a pain because it's super strong and there's no cut out on the face side of the knife and you really got to jam your finger in there to get it to close. Maybe in time the lock bar will soften a bit, but really wish it was easier on my thumb.

All that aside, it's a beautiful knife and I love it!