This model of the WE Knife Co. Arrakis sports a gray and gold anodized titanium handle with a two-tone M390 blade.
The WE Knife Co. Arrakis is another home-run design by knife maker Elijah Isham. Similar to it's predecessor, the Eschaton, its frame is made from a single piece of titanium, while the upper section of the handle is outfitted with gold anodized titanium scales. The wharncliffe blade is made from Bohler M390 with a two-tone finish and eccentric cut-outs.
I love different looking knives, I won't buy one if it's a normal drop point with a boring handle like the majority of knives out there. That being said it's a given why I got this one. I love it. I use my knives too, for whatever excuse I can find. It has a strong detent and requires quite a bit to start the flip but then glides open very well. I have no problem there really. My only thing that makes me carry a different knife sometimes is the pocket clip. I'm not a fan of titanium pocket clips because they have no flex and are surprisingly difficult to get out of a blue jeans pocket. The way it settles in a groove on this knife really grips and I have to hold my jeans down in order to pull this up, it's rather annoying and makes me leave it in the drawer quite often. I do wish I had the Damasteel version though.