The Flame, a sleek flipper knife designed by Michael Zieba, boasts an attractive look without compromising quality. This Flame model has a sandblasted titanium handle and a stonewashed Bohler M390 steel blade in a dagger style.
Daggers are by far some of my favorite knives. I much prefer them fixed, but... This knife is one of the most pleasing knives I've purchased, carried, and put on display. The shape is a simple coffin with a solid grey color. The blade glimmers, is m390 steel, and it stabs/cuts food like a large spear. Chances are you won't want to use this knife much for things aside from eating, opening a few boxes, crafting a few things, and other small tasks. However, this frame lock is extremely durable and the blade is sharp enough to pierce you with an accidental, incorrect motion. Pros: -Beautiful knife. -Frame lock is powerful. -Dagger, with effort, can be sharpened on both sides. -Comes with a case and in a bag with moisture soaking pack like it just came blacksmith approved. -Strong flipping lever. -Light and vanishes in your pocket -Titanium pocket clip is the smoothest clip in history. Cons: Please, as if this knife has cons outside of whether someone likes this design or not. No, there's no lanyard hole, and no there's no special grip. -There is a curb to flipping this knife open, it almost starts as a front flipper from the top. As long as you start from the top it has no problem opening. So thumb tab is a bit too small for medium-large to large hands. I don't think I'll ever not carry this beauty with me. Edit: Changes some cons. I also want to add no blade play still. I have had some issues flipping it open occasionally if I'm not accurate. Besides that, nothing is loose!