The Kizer Microlith was designed by knife maker Nick Swan and features an S35VN steel blade with a titanium handle. The blade has a bead blast finish and sports a flipper tab and thumb slot for convenient opening. To reduce the weight of the knife even more, there is no steel liner on the non locking side. It includes a 3D milled titanium pocket clip for convenient carryFeatures:
It's small. It's gorgeous. It's nonthreatening for the office and around people who are skittish about knives The build quality and feel is spot on. Razor sharp out of the box. What is not to love. I have one for myself and several on the shelf now for gifts. It's my favorite EDC when I work in the Office and have to wear a suit.
it's a good little knife the scales give it the necessary weight to feel good in the hand. it is a little on the small side but I think I will get used to it sooner or later.
The low-profile form factor makes the Microlith a great light edc/office carry piece. Full titanium construction gives it a solid heft in hand that isn't excessive, and hardened steel inserts protect the frame from excessive wear to preserve the awesome action. My only knocks would be the 'meh' ergos (It's pretty tiny, after all...) and the Hulk-like tension on the pocket clip.