This sharp dressed knife is ideal for hitting the town. A modern aesthetic resonates with squared edges, a glass-filled nylon onlay handle, and an ambidextrous thumb lift. Plenty of style, backed by design.
Designed in Portland, Gerber introduces a clip folding knife that draws on modern design and minimalist flair. The Pocket Square comes in two aesthetically pleasing handle variations: cool machined aluminum and practical glass-filled nylon. The Pocket Square resonates with the digitally oriented, urban carry crowd and offers easily accessible ambidextrous carry. A unique thumb lift provides access to the fine edge, drop point blade from both sides, and smartly stores flush with the handle when not in use.
From the weekday suit pocket to weekend chores, the Pocket Square is sleekly designed for transitional use.
While I love the look, feel, locking mechanism and the blade of the knife. The screw on the Ambidextrous thumb lift failed within a month of purchase under light duty, only used a couple of times every few days. Without the thumb lift there is no safe way to open the blade.
Suggest the thumb lift to be a welded item or placed so it is slotted into the blade to alleviate the opening force to be on the blade and not the small screw.