Chris Reeve Impinda Harsey Slip Joint Folder
The Impinda model from Chris Reeve knives was designed by William Harsey as a modern slip joint folder to cut, fold and repeat. It takes the platform to a whole new level with innovative operating mechanisms and sleek design. Zulu for repetition, the Impinda is a smooth 21st Century cutting tool ready for the every day again and again and again.
Brand new item directly from Chris Reeve Knives, Idaho USA.
Blade: Chris' classic drop point is perfect for overall utility and good looks. It features a stonewashed finish for hiding wear and tear with a hand sharpened cutting edge. Crucible's S35VN is the go to for CRK offering a premium blend of performance. To open simply give a pull on the nail groove built into the front flat. Its non-locking, patent-pending spring design applies pressure to the blade at a single point of contact as it glides along the varying thicknesses of the spring interface, producing a smooth one-pound draw tension with a safer five-pound closing tension. This balance creates a smoother opening, safer closing and positive engagement in the fully open position.
Handle: Modern sandblasted Titanium handle boasts contours and curvatures to hug your every grip with a premium matte grey appearance. A lanyard hole and titanium pocket clip are included for carry.
Packaging: Included in the box is a wrench to easily remove the pocket clip for traditional purists, a clip insert, leather slip pouch, single tube of fluorinated grease and microfiber cloth along with an information packet and "Date of Birth" card.
CPM S35VN: Designed to offer improved toughness over CPM S30V, S35VN substitutes niobium for vanadium delivering an increase in toughness of about 15-20% with no appreciable loss of wear resistance. Increased toughness means better resistance to edge chipping. Corrosion resistance is on par with S30V.
|Blade Rockwell||59-60 HRC|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|