Benchmade 62T Balisong Butterfly Trainer 4.25" Unsharpened Blade, Stainless Steel Handles, T-Latch

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BM62T: 62T Bali-Song Trainer, Stainless Steel Handles with T-Latch
Introducing the Benchmade Model 62T Trainer - the safe and stylish companion to the classic 62 Balisong. You can practice flipping, aerials, twirls, and all the other moves without fear of dropping and damaging the live blade or slicing into your fingers. The 62T features a red Cerakoted 440C unsharpened blade paired with the same machined stainless steel handles and T-latch lock found on the live Model 62. The blade length, weight, and action are identical to the real thing so if you've got a 62 and don't want to damage it while playing with it, this is your knife. 

About the Model 62

The best is born of history and tradition or as is the case with the Benchmade 62 Bali-Song, reborn. For us, the best began with the Bali-Song, the butterfly knife awesome in its simplicity, the ultimate example of form following function. And now we retrace those steps with the Model 62 with its numerous appreciable improvements. For starters, the Wee-hawk style blade is secured to the handles with screw-head pivot-pins, making the possibility of changing out blades a reality, and the pins are heat-treated and larger than previous ones. The handle latch uses a torx-head pivot-pin attachment as well, so it may be removed if preferred. Another nice feature is the skeletonized cast stainless steel handles which are very tough and weighted for better balance. The handles feature a T-latch lock with more pronounced contour for improved grip. As for the blade itself, we've extended the false edge farther back up the blade as was done on the traditional Wee-hawk designs. So if you're already a Bali-Song fan from way back, you'll definitely be pleased with the Model 62. Or if you're just looking for the ultimate in basic form and simple function-this is it.
  • Unsharpened Training Blade Shape
  • Skeletonized Stainless Steel Handles
  • T-Latch for Easy Open
  • Unparalleled Benchmade Fit and Finish
  • Blade Length: 4.25" (10.8 cm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.127" (3.17 mm)
  • Blade Material: 440C Stainless
  • Blade Coating: Red Cerakote
  • Blade Style: Trainer
  • Weight: 6.39 oz. (181.15 g)
  • Lock Mechanism: T-Latch
  • Overall Length: 9.20" (23.4 cm)
  • Closed Length: 5.27" (13.4 cm)
  • Made in the USA

UPC Code: 610953141233

Steel Handles
Steel Handles Stainless Steel knife handles provide strength and durability and look and feel great.
440C Stainless Steel
440C Stainless Steel High end stainless steel with a high resistance to corrosion and will sharpen to a razor edge.
Made in USA
Made in USA This product is USA born and raised.
Benchmade 62T Balisong Butterfly Trainer 4.25" Unsharpened Blade, Stainless Steel Handles, T-Latchrated 4.500 stars out of 5 (10 reviews)
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Benchmade 62T Balisong Butterfly Trainer 4.25" Unsharpened Blade, Stainless Steel Handles, T-Latch
rated 5 stars out of 5
Apr 01, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
Over priced?
Over priced? That's a common question I've seen with the 62T. Consider this. It's a Benchmade. What does that mean? It means it is made in USA using premium materials and hardware being built to the high standards that is ever so present in every other Benchmade product. You are buying a Benchmade 6X with a trainer blade. You aren't buying a cheap flimsy low quality trainer. Your buying a knife with a trainer blade. The only other difference between the T and the functioning knife besides the trainer blade is the stonewashed finished handles. Yes. It is expensive. But it's also "the real deal" with a trainer blade. I've had mine for well over a year. It's used daily. It's been dropped hundreds of times. It's showing it's wear. And it functions like the day I bought it. I have used cheaper trainers in the past and broke 2, and wore out the other one to the point that the play in the handles is way too much. But a shot of Benchmade's blue lube every other week in the 62T and the knife functions flawlessly. You will also read the 62T (and 62) compared to the 42. I own both. I love both. There are benefits and drawbacks to both. But you cannot compare a 42 to the 62T. If your looking into getting into balisongs but your not sure how long this new fad in your life is going to last, the Benchmade 62T might be a waste of money. If you love flipping balisongs and want to push yourself without a love blade, the "Add to Cart" button would be a good move. Bottom line, I love flipping balisongs. I also hate cutting myself more than I care to admit. If you love flipping but don't like pushing yourself too hard with a live blade, then I would strongly recommend the 62T. Your buying a high quality knife that's going to last years and years of abuse with a trainer blade.
Benchmade 62T Balisong Butterfly Trainer 4.25" Unsharpened Blade, Stainless Steel Handles, T-Latch
rated 2 stars out of 5
Feb 14, 2016
Pros: None
Cons: Weight, Lock Type
Not Impressed For $$$
I love Benchmade I have an old PCC 3" blade, 42, 46, 41SS, Morpho 51, Morpho 32, Bradley Mayhem.While this trainer is far far better than others I have tried for $30 or so. I was very disappointed. But I'm a fan of the 42 so they've gone backwards in my opinion. The balisong is heavy, which is to be expected with steel, but my 41SS is steel and I feel it flips better. Stays on my finger a better for chaplins/rollovers. Just feels smoother and a little better balanced. Oh and just to mention if someone is coming from 4x, the handles aren't channeled, which doesn't bother me, but again made me question $$$The latch is annoying, the latch on the 4x were really nice, and I love the latch on the Morpho 51, best latch by far I've come across. I was really annoyed for over $200 the latch was just a standard T with no spring.Basically I think its worth $100-$150. But I end up just taping my blades with electrical tape, while my trainer sits in the drawer. Everyone once in a while I enjoy flipping a heavier BM but I normally go to my 41SS.
Benchmade 62T Balisong Butterfly Trainer 4.25" Unsharpened Blade, Stainless Steel Handles, T-Latch
rated 5 stars out of 5
Mar 30, 2015
Pros: Overall Quality
Cons: None
BM 62T
What can I say its a benchmade
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