When you need to travel light this knife won't weigh you down, literally. At only 1.6 ounces, the smart design features weight-reducing cutouts. Dual thumbstuds make easy work of opening the high carbon stainless steel blade.
Here's the knife you want when traveling light is the order of the day. The handsome SB 2.5 showcases a lightweight aluminum handle with weight reducing cutouts. The high carbon stainless steel blade is easily opened with one hand, thanks to the dual thumbstuds. Makes a heck of a gift, if only for yourself.
This is the absolute worst production knife I have ever purchased. I had a coupon for $8.00 but it isn't worth the clam shell it was packaged in. The blade itself is fine. The blade material is fine also. This knife will not open with a single thumb yet alone two handed. It's detent is too strong and the thumb holes are drill not drilled ergonomically.
This is a great little knife. For the purpose of EDC, I use this knife when I am wearing a suit or dressing nice because it is lightweight and does not cause my pockets to bulge out. I keep this little knife in my hiking first-aid kit when it is not needed for EDC use. I was surprised at the quality of this little knife.
This knife is very nice for EDC tasks. It has a sold frame it a double pin system and can take stress anywhere. I misused the knife and used the hilt to break glass and shatter small shale. There is good blade retention, and locks cleanly. Also the painted outside liner shows wear over time that looks very awesome. I lost my first one, would have been nice if there was an integrated pocket clip, I solved this by tying para-cord through the seconds ones lanyard hole but then lost that one too. Ha-Ha ironic I bought a third one but it broke in amazons shipping. Would buy again.
Good knife for money and used a lot. But overtime the blade started to seize and got tough to open but put some wd-40 and like new
I think this knife is a good knife for the money. I have the Magnum LST and I love it. My brother has this one and he loves it more than I do my LST. It isn't the best knife but for the money it is ok.
i got this knife for about 20$ and the blade rusted within about a month of owning it plus it did not have a pocket clip like i like to have on a knife thankfully though i was able to resell it on ebay and get some money from it
I have beaten this knive. it has been through the washer machine like 7 times an there is no rust. It is light weight an slim and i some times forget it is in my pocket. It holds a edge like a champ but the blade is a little crooked.
But i was probably doing something stupid.
This is a great utility/EDC blade. If you are looking for a good knive for little$$ this knive will go the distance
Great pocket knife. Perfect size for the 5th pocket on jeans. Holds an edge well, good for boxes, packing straps, strapping tape, smaller ropes. Paid $9 on clearance for mine.
A great lightweight and inexpensive knife that's easy to open/close with one hand. It was my EDC for a while, until I realized that thumb stud was beating on my cell phone in the pocket. I switched back to carrying the Gerber LST which doesn't have that problem.
Bought this at the BX in South Korea for $13. I wanted the LST Ultralight like my Dad has but I was limited on selection. This might be better for me since it is fully one handed operational to open/close, a little heavier duty and it is SLEEK when closed (perfect closed profile in my opinion). My only complaint is the thumb studs should be moved further down the blade closer to the handle. Maybe i am just not use to handleing a smaller knife like this, I am sure it will become second nature in time. This or the LST Ultralight are perfect pocket knives.