Stedemon ZKC-BP02 Liner Lock Knife Black (3.5" Black SW) BP02BLCS

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Stedemon ZKC-BP02 Liner Lock Knife Black (3.5" Black SW) BP02BLCS
MSRP: $52.00
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Item #BHQ-75033


  • Overall Length:7.75"
  • Blade Length:3.375"
  • Blade Width:1.00"
  • Blade Thickness:0.15"
  • Blade Material:440C
  • Blade Style:Standard
  • Blade Grind:Flat
  • Finish:Black Stonewash
  • Edge Type:Plain
  • Handle Length:4.375"
  • Handle Width:0.875"
  • Handle Thickness:0.52"
  • Handle Material:Polymer
  • Color:Black
  • Frame/Liner:Stainless Steel
  • Weight:3.62 oz.
  • User:Right Hand, Left Hand
  • Pocket Clip:Tip-Down, Tip-Up
  • Knife Type:Manual
  • Opener:Thumb Stud
  • Lock Type:Liner Lock
  • Brand:Stedemon Knife Company
  • Model:BP02
  • Model Number:BP02BLCS
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Best Use:Everyday Carry
  • Product Type:Knife


This BO2 model has a black handle and a black stonewash finished blade. The Stedemon ZKC-B02 folder offers sturdy construction with a 440C stainless steel blade for dependable everyday use. It has a stainless steel liner lock and a G-10 backspacer. A deep carry pocket clip and lanyard loop provide comfortable carrying options.

  • Stainless steel construction offers a solid and reliable handle design.
  • Textured scales provide a high performance grip in difficult conditions.
  • Deep carry pocket clip and lanyard loop provide versatile EDC options.

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Gregg Q.
This is a fantastic knife for the price. Looks super sexy with superb function. Hard to believe there is no spring assist; the blade flips like lightning. Firm lock up with zero blade play. Super sharp out of the box as well. 5 stars given the price.
Easily the best value I own
Russ G.
I'm coming to love the fact that people seem to have forgotten what a great steel 440C is. Yes, it's been outclassed by the many "premium" and "super" steel varieties, but 20-30 years ago it was the basically the best around, and people rightly considered it a huge improvement over the others in the 440 class, and most definitely over 420.

In short, 440C performs almost as well as (for example) 154 CM, but for usually a much lower cost, and the drop-off in performance is far exceeded by the reduction in price.

Case in point: this Stedemon knife. I've been working it hard for about two weeks now and it's held up great. No chips or rolls; takes a very sharp edge (feels about comparable to what I can put on most of my D2 blades), and if the one thing it doesnt do nearly so well as newer premium steels is keep that edge, all it takes is a few passes on the compound-infused strop to bring it back.

The rest of the knife is very high quality too. Blade deployment is excellent; lock started a bit light at about 25% but has settled in nicely around 50%, and is staying there. And the pocket clip design is brilliant: it just slides beneath the screws on the scales with the large washer-like plates around them, and the plates hold the clip. In other words, the clip doesnt screw into the scales with teeny, tiny weak and easy to loose screws, it's held firmly by the large ones that hold the knife together. For a sale price of $34+change, I'm getting another one or two of these.
Quality at a great price
Jacan C.
Smooth opening and very attractive design. Blade was perfectly centered, fit and finish was good also. Love the size and neutral grip feel in the hand.
Nice Knife
William H.
It is 440c so easy to keep sharp, has held up well so far. I leave this in the truck for cutting rope when tying things down, and opening plastic packages. You do have to grip the handle well as there is little texture to it, that would be my one real complaint. Other than that it is a nice tool for the money.