CRKT K240XXP Swindle Flipper – 3.2” Satin Finish Plain Edge Blade – Stainless Steel Handle - CUTLERY SHOPPE

CRKT K240XXP Swindle Flipper – 3.2” Satin Finish Plain Edge Blade – Stainless Steel Handle

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SKU:
K240XXP
UPC:
794023924008

CRKT K240XXP Swindle

Who better to "cheat" the rules of typical folding pocket knife design other than world renowned Knife Designer Ken Onion, whose new Swindle™ design flows from tip to tail with the slightest of uphill curve. It innocently tricks the eye at first sight, but once in the hand the functional subtleties become apparent.

A hollow ground, modified Wharncliffe stainless steel blade with a satin finish is crafted to tuck neatly inside the handle. When you open the blade your eyes do the same. You'd never guess the handle could hold such a long cutting tool at first glace. The design just flows nicely from tip to tail with the slightest of uphill curve.

The IKBS™ opening system compliments it all. With this ball bearing pivot system you simply use your finger on the flipper and the blade deploys smooth and fast. A frame lock, tucked neatly into the handle, provides safe use. The Swindle™ pushes the limits of just how many features you can pack into an everyday carry knife.

When you're ready to go, a unique clip design flows from the tail end back over the spine. The tension lever securely clips into the pocket and "nests" the knife for comfort. If you are seeking a classy, slim, everyday carry knife that "bends" the rules in your favor, the Swindle™ is a good bet.

    Features:
  • IKBS™ Opening System
  • Flipper
  • Frame Lock
  • Tensioned Pocket Clip
  • Made In: China
Specs:
  • Blade Steel: 8Cr14MoV
  • RC Hardness: 58-59
  • Blade Thickness: 0.12”
  • Handle Material: 2CR13 Stainless Steel
  • Blade Length: 3.2"
  • Length Closed: 4.25”
  • Overall Length: 7.5”
  • Weight: 3.3 oz.

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  • 5
    Top Notch Design

    Posted by Caleb on Jul 9th 2018

    The CRKT Swindle is less of an ECD and more of a "gentleman's knife." It's exquisitly designed and, construction wise, is extremely well built. It has quickly become my favorite budget knife. No issues with it whatsoever.