E-Z-Out Jr - Serrated
We don't necessarily make knives to win popularity contests. But in the case of our E-Z Out and E-Z Out Jr. line, we're not gonna complain how they've gained such a dedicated following. Because these profoundly versatile clip folders have certainly done their part to help folks fend for themselves. Cutting the things that need cutting. Think of them as all-around knives for everyday life.
As the name suggests, they're very easy to open and use. All it takes is one hand to smoothly deploy the stalwart stainless steel blade.
Of particular value to dedicated knife users is the hell-or-high water rugged polycarbonate handle, complete with supple gripping agility of our Softgrip inserts. The combination is a pleasure to hold in your hand. And a pretty slick solution for any task that requires a knife with backbone.
- Overall Length: 5.48"
- Blade Length: 2.38"
- Closed Length: 3.22"
- Weight: 1.4 oz.
- Lock Mechanism: Lock back
- Blade Style: Clip Point
- Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless
- Blade Type: Serrated
- Handle Material: Glass-filled nylon with Softgrip Inserts
- Opening Style: One-handed opening
- Textured handle with SoftGrip
- One-hand opening
- Sturdy pocket clip
Ive had this knife for a long time now, it holds an edge very very well. Blade metal is awesome quality, they dont make knive blades like this anymore. Better metal than the EPIC drop point by far.
I had this knife for about 4 months and then
the plastic handle CHIPPED and the rubber grips just FELL OFF!!! I'm VERY HARD on my
knives so maybe it was my fault . but the handle is PLASTIC, DO NOT BY A KNIFE WITH PLASTIC ANYTHING ON IT. This is one of the only knives that Gerber makes that is not well made, but it does lock well.
if your looking for a well made knifes try the GERBER PARAFRAME its metal ITS a GOOD KNIFE!!!
Had this knife for 5 years and loved it. great lockup, deployment and edge retention. handle was comfy and this knife just looks cool. miss this knife and hope to buy one soon
I've had an original E-Z Out since the late '80s. It served me well in the U.S. Navy and in the 11 years since I've retired. Recently sent back for warranty repair and it's better than the day I bought it. I've carried this knife daily for well over 20 ye