The Zero Tolerance 0460 is a Dmitry Sinkevich design with a pronounced ergonomic curve that fits comfortably in the hand. It features a slightly upswept CPM-S35VN blade with satin finished grinds and stonewashed flats. The handle is made with a bronze carbon fiber composite front scale and a stonewashed titanium frame lock, offering a durable build with low carry weight. A black anodized aluminum backspacer and matching tip-up pocket clip round out the design for EDC excellence.
Love the knife the action is great little stronger detent, but i know it will break-in and i would rather that than weak detent. Blade came sharp and centered i do wish the carbon was the color of big brother 0462 though.
First ZT. Nice strong detent. Good action. Sharp and centered.
Great knife. My first ZT and I get it now. The symmetry between the poo brown CF and Ti is perfect and the blade is surprisingly utilitarian. It does have a bit of a “bro” feel to it but what can I say bro? Great knife bro.
This is one of my favorite and sexiest knives. The action is ridiculously good and it basically drop shuts. I love the bronze CF and that unique blade shape with turn heads.
Ever since I first picked up this knife, it has been one of my favorites. It has great ergos and the detent and action are both snappy and smooth.
This is such a beautiful knife; smooth flowing lines and simply a joy to look at. It's super lightweight for EDC. This was my first ZT and I'm hooked.
Great knife. Opens super smooth and fits great in my pocket. Knife right out of box was super dull. Could not cut plastic shrink wrap without making 4 passes.
The 0460CF is even lighter than the 0450, and is beyond stunning. Curves of the handle and blade make for a gentle s-shape that feels great in hand. I've not seen nor felt such nice CF insofar as color and texture, and everything about this folder is typical A+, ZT perfect. For under $200, this gorgeous, unique, smartly-designed, and lightning-fast flipper won't disappoint. Enjoy.
I’ve had this knife for a few months now and I dig it. It’s a great size for EDC, and fits in the hand perfectly. The slimness also makes it practically disappear in the pocket. With S35VN being one of my favorite steels, this knife does not disappoint as a cutter either. Typical ZT quality......top notch. Snaps to attention with great lockup. Thanks Blade HQ!
I received this as a gift for my birthday, and I've carried it every day since then. I usually wear large gloves and this fits my hand very well. Super smooth action with the KVT bearings. It's really light, I forget I have it on me sometimes. Easy to take apart and clean as well.
Only ZT that remains in my collection. Slim and lightweight make it great edc knife. Steel is solid. Persian upswept blade is very attractive. Handle fits my hand very well. Brown carbon fiber is very interesting. ZT 0450 killer for me. Flipper tab is on the sharp side but you get used to it.
Amazingly beautiful design.
I love this knife. Light and easy to carry but it works hard. I've used it to open packages, harvest vegetables, clean fish, carve marshmallow sticks. Smooth action and lock up. Great fit and finish. Perfect for EDC
Great edc! Perfect for slacks and suits as it is lightweight and slim but for its size the blade is thick and solid. They designed it to be small yet it keeps a lot of blade thickness toward the tip so it won’t break like typical small knives. Great ergos for holding. Even though it is a gentleman edc it seems like it could handle serious tasks or self defense.
I have had more people do a double take on this knife than any other I own and then when they put it in their hands they fall in love as fast as I did. This knife is everything I want in an EDC. It's light as ever, fantastic steel, super smooth, and just a flat out good looking knife! It's amazing!
great little flipper! perfect for edc. came razor sharp and fits in the pocket well. I would recommend this knife to a friend!
Love the size and blade shape
This is a beautiful knife. I'm so glad ZT did something other than black CF on here. The bronze CF makes this unique and eye catching. The blade will fly out when you flip it. The action will drop shut when you close this knife. So great steel, handle and ergos. I just wish ZT hadn't gone with a painted black clip. Mine is already chipping. Otherwise, this is an attractive offering.
slim and lightweight great steel carries like its not there.
This was my first ZT after being a long-time Kershaw user, and I have to say it completely changed the way I view knives. This is truly a beautiful design executed very well. Since I got this, it has become my go to knife any time I am in an office or other environment where a small blade is more appropriate. I do not see any other knife knocking it out of that position in the future.
I actually bought this knife on eBay and they made the handle look much more of a maroon shade. In person, it just looks like a rotting fish. Hopefully I can find another scale for it. Looks aside- The craftsmanship is remarkable. This was my first knife with this particular frame lock, so it took some getting used to. At first I believed the knife was stiff, but it was my own grip that was the issue. The handle fits my medium/large hands nicely and the S35VN blade is razor sharp out of box. I personally dig the scimitar look of the blade. The knife really brings some character to my collection. I just hope to find a way to dye or replace that hideous handle... If you like this knife aesthetically, you should grab one while BHQ has them priced at $160.
This one is on the small side for my Bear Cub paws but it is a joy to carry. Once it is in pocket you forget it is there, in fact I have to keep on checking if I lost it. Action was very stiff, but a little adjustment and oil fixed that. The flipper is very small and hard to use making the finger sore quickly. As for looks it is very stunning.
I love the Sinkevich series for ZT and this one is no exception. The first thing you notice is the inside sweep of the handle, creating a space to cradle your grip. The flipper tab creates a faux-choil as well, keeping your forefinger out of the way of the blade real estate. It's a practical and utilitarian design for something that also looks so damn aesthetically pleasing, but that's kind of a hallmark of what Sinkevich does. I didn't notice the issue of the clip pressing on the lockbar, leading to a tension that makes it hard to flip open as is a frequent complaint of the 0450, the sweep of the handle seems to keep it out of the way. If you're worried that curve looks dramatic and that this will fit like a banana in your pocket, you've got to remember that it's small enough in length that the curve is negligible in-pocket. The carbon and Ti make for a lightweight build. Depending upon what you consider "dressed up" this would make a great gentleman's carry, but also serves just fine as a an everyday carry. I'm not sure why this one went to heavy discount and discontinued, but if I had to guess it's that the bronze in the carbon fiber reads more as a brown in the photos. In-hand, especially in natural light, there's a bit more of a gleam. I'm going 4/5 here but want to explain that I rarely hand out a 5. This is a top notch knife that I'm happy to own among my other ZT Sinkevich designs.