This pocket knife is built for utility with a cleaver blade in a folding application. The FlatIron pocket folder features a robust 3.6 inch blade, a textured G-10 composite handle, and a sturdy frame lock design. The reverse curvature of the knife’s spine keeps knuckles away from the cutting surface, allowing the user to cut and chop with precision.
As an everyday carry knife, the FlatIron meets the demands of the day and looks sharp doing it. The dependable blade shape is easy to operate with one hand and simple to stow when not in use.
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spend top dollar on knife that brakes with LIFETIME WARRANTY...
CUSTOMER HAS TO PAY TO SEND BACK
MAY AS WELL TOSS IT IN THE JUNK
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100 MILLION A YEAR REVENUE
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THEN RE PAY FOR THE SUPPOSEDLY LIFE TIME WARRANTY
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THANK YOU FOR YOUR HORRIBLE WARRANTY SERVICE AND I WILL TELL MANY ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE
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This would be a 5 star knife if it held an edge better. I opened it out of its cardboard box, looked it over and realized it had a good edge from the factory. I used it to cut through the plastic packaging on another Gerber and the plastic left a very noticeable notch in the blade. I sharpened it out but have had it a few weeks now and it rolls an edge with average daily use. I'd pay double for the same knife with a better blade.
I make hiking sticks as a hobby and I love it for removing the bark from saplings. The back of the knife I use for removing the carbon after I char the sticks. I wish the pocket clip was a little longer but it's my go to work knife.
Best folder I have purchased to date, and I have had a few. There is a break in period with this folder so do not be alarmed. The blade is awesome and is useful for a variety of cutting jobs. Let’s face it, this folder is good looking and fairly intimidating. I am sharpening mine to a reflective finish on the cutting edge. Going to hone with a 12,000 stone and then leather strip it up fine.
As close to perfect as I've ever owned. Definitely my favorite knife in terms of looks. The back is thick and solid and the weight does most of the work when it comes to slicing. The blade is short enough to carry legally (3.5") but the handle (4.5") and the choil are large enough to give a good grip.
I'd call this my ideal knife if it had a flipper. If they ever make a version like that, I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
Love the cleaver style blade not many of those out there love G10 handles I was super excite to get this knive sadly mine is way too stiff out of the box thumb can’t open or close it 1 handed I’m 5 10 260 so I don’t think strength is the problem I would love to see this blade with G10 both sides thumb stud and liner lock instead of current configuration I’m still gonna carry it hopefully it will loosen up a bit
This is hands down the manliest knife I’ve ever owned. It’s build like a brick sh*t house and looks savage. Razor sharp. I will never carry anything else than Gerber and this knife is the reason why. Wow, just wow!!!
Steak, beards, carving, everything. This knife carries a razor sharp edge.
Im not one for thumb hole opens, but this is large enough and easy to open, however will not come open in a pocket.
Its an eye catcher and my new everyday carry.
The pocket clip was super stuff at first but then worked/lifted it slightly with a butter knife and now it works perfect.