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Kershaw Chive Pocket Knife, 1.9 Inch 420HC Steel Blade, Speedsafe Assisted Opening, Made in the USA ($32.99 w/ Free Prime Ship)

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  • Blade Length: 1. 9 in. (4. 9 cm) | Closed Length: 2. 9 in. (7. 3 cm) | Overall Length: 4. 8 in. (12. 2 cm)
  • Ken Onion Design
  • Speed Safe Assisted Opening | Assists you to open any Speed Safe knife quickly and easily with a manual push on the thumb stud or pull back on the flipper; built into many Kershaw best sellers.
  • Made In The USA | When you see this on one of our knives, it means the knife was made in our Tualatin, Oregon manufacturing facility by skilled Kershaw knife makers.
  • Flipper | May be used on either manual or assisted opening knives. The "flipper" is a protrusion on the back of the blade that the user can pull back on, or flip, in order to move the blade easily out of the handle.
  • Liner Lock | Locks the blade open during use; one side of the knife's steel "liner, " the steel plate to which the handle scales are attached, moves into position behind the blade to securely lock it open.
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A nice knife, but very tiny! Pay attention to the dimensions. This knife open is about the size of my EDC closed 😄
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A nice knife, but very tiny! Pay attention to the dimensions. This knife open is about the size of my EDC closed 😄
This is perfect for what 90% of people would carry a knife for. I love giving small, well made knives like this as small gifts.
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Love this knife. Initially thought it would be too small but it just about does everything on a normal "urban" day. It fits in the tiny pants pocket WITH a small flashlight and with room to spare.
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Quote from Honest-IJM :
A nice knife, but very tiny! Pay attention to the dimensions. This knife open is about the size of my EDC closed 😄
2" is the limit for EDC in California. In for one.
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This is perfect for what 90% of people would carry a knife for. I love giving small, well made knives like this as small gifts.
Very likely, it would be great for opening packages, cutting string, and light duty stuff, but if you need a full handed grip for heavy work I don't think this is ideal.
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Quote from Honest-IJM :
A nice knife, but very tiny! Pay attention to the dimensions. This knife open is about the size of my EDC closed 😄
Yeah, the $7 Gerber from the other day also had a two-inch blade, though I'm sure this is a much nicer knife. But if you're looking for something tiny and don't necessarily care about the opening mechanism, there are probably cheaper options.
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This item can not ship to NY? 😕
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This item can not ship to NY? 😕
It's an spring-assisted opening knife, which are prohibited in certain locales.
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I'm not a fan of this knife. You can't change the position of the clip, and it comes with a separate locking mechanism you have to actuate, because the flip open mechanism was poorly designed. Even with the lock, I had this thing open in my pocket by itself more than once.
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Sold out 😆
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I have pretty big palms, but I loved my Chive for professional (normal life is in an office most days) EDC. I wouldn't want to butcher an elk with it, but I don't do that on an every day basis. Yes it looks tiny in my hand, but it works great and the the handle shape kept even my fat fingers from slipping onto the blade.

Sharp blade that holds an edge well. It's thin and discreet to carry. It's smooth and unobtrusive in your pocket (I hate otherwise good knives with serrations that scratch the hell out of your hand every time you reach in for change - looking at you CRKT M16). The opening is smooth and reliably locks.

You get used to operating the blade lock with your pinky quickly. I opened it in my pocket once when it was fairly new; never had another problem with it over the course of a few years.

I dropped it in a river. I replaced it with a Leek. I like the extra length of the Leek, but I liked the shape of the Chive's blade better.

At this price, not a bad deal. But occasionally you can find a Leek in the $30 range which is a better value IMO.
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Sold out so fast..Frown
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Grey color is $39.97 at Amazon.com since navy blue one is sold out at Woot. FYI
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