STL 2.5, Drop Point, Fine Edge
One of Gerber’s many impressive innovations in knife engineering and construction is the STL 2.5 drop point fine edge folder. This rugged little featherweight folding knife can accompany its owner almost anywhere without causing interference.
RUGGED STEEL HANDLE
Elegant steel composes the ultra-lightweight handle of this little knife. Weighing in at a scant 1.5 ounces, it somehow manages to contain an agile 2.6- inch stainless steel fine edge blade within its tiny yet solid frame lock construction. The half-arc grooves stamped into the lower edges on each side of the handle offer the holder steady purchase with thumb and index finger while deploying the knife one-handed using the thumb hole in the blade. Frame locking prevents the blade from closure during use for safety.
A CAPABLE EDGE
Slice open box tape, cut rope, even whittle with the STL 2.5 folder’s fine edge blade. Its tidy structure makes cleaning the blade effortless. The fine edge of the blade allows for rapid and easy sharpening, regardless of location. A small lanyard hole provides optional tie-down and additional security for this reliable knife.
- Blade Length: 2.6”
- Open Length: 6.0”
- Closed Length: 3.4”
- Weight: 1.5 oz.
- Lock Mechanism: Frame Lock
- Blade Style: Drop Point
- Blade Material: 7Cr17MoV Stainless Steel
- Blade Type: Fine Edge
- Handle Material: Stainless Steel
- Stainless Steel Handle
- Frame Lock
- Full Fine Edge Drop Point Blade
this is my favorite knife, of any i've had. very light and small, you barely notice you have it, but its still big enough to be useful for anything i need it for. it stays decently sharp too. i've seen complaints about the finish scratching, but who seriously cares? i've had had the hinge loosen up, but it's easy to tighten, so again, who cares?
my only complaint is that it has no clip. i'm on m second one. i lost the first because it kept falling out of my pocket. i liked it so much though that i got another one, and made a clip out of high carbon steel wire.
this knife is great bot it off my friend a couple of days ago and its awesome and so sharp a also you cant tell you have it in your pocket
Yes, in all this is an ideal knife for EDC. In truth I would recommend something with a serrated blade. But thats my personal opinion.
im looking for a nice knife to have on me without people knowing is this good?
This is soooo good sharp and small I use it a lot
Straight forward as you can get. Used primarily when I want a knife without knowing I have one on me. Lightest knife I own as well as the thinnest. You cannot possibly complain about knife.
I very much like this knife. It is light, the blade in strong and sharp, the lock is strong, and its durable. However, there are 2 little faults: 1, the knife is hard to clean and 2, it is bottom heavy, so you cant throw it.
MY FRIEND HAS THIS KNIFE AND IT IS VERY DURABLE BUT IT IS SMALL BUT THAT MAKES IT GOOD FOR YOUNG'ENS. I LOVE THIS KNIFE!!!