Chris Reeve Small Size Sebenza Classic 2000

Sebenza is among the top names for quality production knives, the Small Sebenza 2000 is a folding knife with a 2 7/8'' blade.

The handles are made of titanium 0.15'' thick. The blade is S30V stainless steel and the spacers and pins are 303 stainless steel.

They are constructed so that a part of the handle bends over when the blade is extended to lock the blade in the open position. This is one of the strongest locking mechanisms of any folder anywhere.

The titanium helps making this knife very light, the total weight is 3 oz, the grip is good with a good place to rest your index finger and protect your hand if you need to use some force when cutting or chopping. The lack of texture might make the grip slippery in some occasions, this is a common problem with titanium handles. The knife comes with a lanyard hole and thumbstuds to assist the opening.

The materials and construction make this a top quality folder and if you are lucky to have one in your hands you will notice it is a real beauty yet very strong and usable. One of the top choices for an EDC knife if you plan to go high-end.

You can get it for $330 from KnifeCenter.