Thoughtfully blending practical function and inspired design into one polished package, this knife springs into action with a finger flipper. A Wharncliffe-style blade offers dual cutting edges, a stamped fish bone grooved handle lends a stylishly confident grip.
Great design doesn’t have to be flashy, loud, or over-worked. On the contrary, the best design is the one that slips seamlessly into your pocket like it was always there – quietly offering a stylish answer to life’s everyday needs. The Razorfish Clip Folder is one such addition, thoughtfully blending practical function and inspired design into one polished package.
STATE OF THE ART BLADE
When it comes down to it a knife is only as good as its blade, and the Razorfish doesn’t disappoint. Constructed for your everyday life, sturdy 7Cr17MoV stainless steel packs a powerful punch in a compact package that you can take anywhere. The Wharncliffe-style 2.8 inch fine edge blade has dual cutting edges with an additional paracord cutting notch at the base, offering fluid multi-tasking. A stylish charcoal-gray titanium nitride coating offers minimized reflection, as well as superior corrosion resistance when you are out in the elements.
An everyday carry knife needs to fit comfortably in your pocket; when the day calls, answer with the slim profile of the Razorfish. Featuring a convenient finger flip opening, this knife is free of any thumb studs that may get in the way. Brass washers offer a clean, smooth opening, ensuring that your knife is always at the ready. The liner lock provides true one-hand engagement while opening for unparalleled multi-tasking; the knife is easily closed with one thumb to store in pocket or in transport. The low glide pocket clip is a minimalistic way to safely carry your knife tip-down.
Some days call for a little something extra. With the perfect blend of style and function, the Razorfish is a knife enthusiast’s dream. This knife is quietly fashionable, yet each of the unique design elements speak loudly on their own. The sleekly coined and profile machined aluminum handle features stamped fish bone grooves – a stylish improvement that provides a confident grip. The distinctive charcoal-gray color sets the Razorfish apart from its peers, easily standing out in a sea of clip folding knives.
Mine has serious issues. Lock bar moves all the way across the tang when you flip it. Wedges in so tight I needed a screwdriver to unlock it. Knife is basically unusable and clearly missed any quality check. Also, doesn't mention anywhere that it's an asymmetrical chisel grind which would makes cutting weird. Flipper tab also juts down at a sharp angle making a hot spot on your hand when holding it. Not recommended.
That should tell u all u need to know right there. Actually my favorite knife out if my collection WAS my Kershaw Amplitude. Stunning sophisticated look combined with flawless n lightning fast assisted opening and more. A Ken Onion redesign for peanuts on the dollar. Unfortunately it misplaced list or stolen and JUST went out if stock new most everywhere. FmL. Anyway, my point is idk whi h woukd be my favorite knife now the Razorfish or Amplitude. Prob the zkershaw dime to superior flipper. If anyone cares my new Spiderco Tenacious would b 3rd. Very basic but oozes quality! Almost forgot, the Razorfish is by far the sharpest bade I've owned out of the box. Dont have it long so all.i can say 4 now. I love it though would b an honor to.devote some sharpening to my Queen! Or Princess. 8-) purchased for $23.25 plus as @ the new Gander. Amazing selection there fyi. Puts Dicks 2 shame.
Really great knife I use it all the time for work. The only problem I've found is straight out of the box it needs to be oiled to get it opening the way you see in the video, but once you do it's great.
bought the Gerber Counterpart, 0 complaints on the knife. I figured it would be the same with this knife (razorfish), boy was i wrong. seems like all they did was design this as something you dont use and mount somewhere. A lot of play in the blade when its open and there is no edge or effort on one half of the blade. If there was a picture showing the other side of the blade, i would not have bought it.
What a nice little knife. Very attractive too. It clips perfectly, tip down, in the little pocket of my jeans. Gerber is a great company.