With a unique and stylish aesthetic, the One-Flip quickly grabs attention. The finger flipper quickly deploys the graceful blade, acting as an extra finger guard when in use.
With a unique and stylish aesthetic, the One-Flip quickly grabs attention. The finger flipper quickly deploys the graceful blade, acting as an extra finger guard when in use. Textured anodized aluminum handle scales provide grip and add distinctive flair to this everyday carry knife.
I have the green with the rose gold blade, and the blade is simply NOT as "rose" as it looks in picture. This is a good thing to me as I would not buy it based on picture on website but in person it looks great. Built well and one hand operation works well (most of the time). Takes a very strong flick, but it will open with one hand.
This is not a bad knife for the money. Its made verily well. Love the color and design. Its somewhat rough when closing the blade because the liner lock is not quite smoothe enough. I don't think the one hand opening concept will work with this design. But still with time and using this knife it might become smoother with its closing and the working of the liner lock. Guess I will keep it I tend not to trust liner or frame locks but I am going to give this model a try. Its a pretty well made knife its a china made model. so I am going to see how it turns out.
The knife is good looking with the colored blade, although it's not quite as bright as in the picture which is a good thing since it looks like a girly color at first. It's actually more of a flat FDE with a touch of reddish color to it on the blade and a bright/shiny olive green on the handle. The reason for only three stars is due to it being very slippery in the hand even when dry. Combine this with the way you have to reposition your hand to open it then reposition your hand again to hold it while/once open. It's likely to be dropped. This isn't a big deal unless you're planning on using this as a defensive tool, in that case get something with more grip and maybe even assisted open by the thumb to avoid the need to reposition the knife during manipulation. I'm going to either sand the high spots or trace them with an engraver to give it more bite in the hand. Hope this helps someone (Gerber)