The Guardian Tactical Helix Nano is a smaller take on the original Helix design by Andrew Buerk. These have an exceptional fit and finish, with a nice subtle feel in the hand and great action. This particular knife has a stonewashed blade with a plain edge.
The Blade: The blade of the Helix Nano is CNC milled from CPM-154 stainless steel. It has three hole across the top to decrease weight, with a dual thumb stud for alternative deployment. Veterans and novices alike will love its smooth flipping action thanks to a 16 ball bearing system.
The Handle: Two thick pieces of machined carbon fiber adorn each side of the knife, with a nested stainless lock bar inset into one side. The lock bar features a replaceable lock face, which will help extend the life of the knife over time. The Helix Nano is held together with torx screw construction and a large titanium backspacer which includes a lanyard hole. A stainless steel clip is affixed for tip up right handed carry.
|Blade Material||CPM-154 Powder Steel|
|Handle Material||Carbon Fiber|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|