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Benchmade Osborne Folding Knife 3.4" S90V Stonewash Combo Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles - 940S-1


MSRP* : $320.00 | You Save* : $48.00 (15%)
Part #: BM9401S | Benchmade Knives
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BM9401S: 940S-1 | Osborne Design
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One of the most quintessential EDCs ever is now available with the lightweight strength of carbon fiber and the pure performance of CPM-S90V.
  • AXIS locking mechanism
  • Reverse tanto blade; ambidextrous dual thumb-stud opener
  • CPM-S90V super premium stainless steel blade (59-61HRC)
  • Carbon fiber handle scales with stainless steel liners and anodized aluminum barrel spacers
  • Reversible tip-up pocket clip
  • Blade Length: 3.40"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.115"
  • Handle Thickness: 0.44"
  • Open: 7.87"
  • Closed: 4.47"
  • Weight: 2.44 oz.
  • Made in USA
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
Carbon Fiber Handles
Carbon Fiber Handles
Very strong and lightweight material. Provides an upscale and modern feel.
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
Benchmade Osborne Folding Knife 3.4" S90V Stonewash Combo Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles4.667 (3 reviews)
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Benchmade Osborne Folding Knife 3.4" S90V Stonewash Combo Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles
5 out of 5
Arlington, Ma
Dec 07, 2017
Pros: Lock Type, Handle Material, Handle Feel, Blade Sharpness, Blade Material, Ease of Opening, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Greatest EDC knife ever created (for today’s uses)
The only thing I’d like better is a green carbon-fiber handle, otherwise it’s perfect except, of course, for the price-$267. I use it every day on paper, cardboard, those impossible to open plastic item holders, string, rope, and those plastic ties they put an all the clothes you buy these days. I’m sure it could be used on small wood items as well as plastic chunks. I just feel more comfortable and ready for the unexpected when I carry this knife. It’s a working knife so I don’t mind using it hard-whereas with my really expensive knives, I hesitate to put them to the test. So I unabashidly recommend the 940 in all it’s configurations and fully expect to be using this one in ten years if I’m still kicking (seYouTube 10-year review)!
Benchmade Osborne Folding Knife 3.4" S90V Stonewash Combo Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles
4 out of 5
Grover S
San Diego
Jan 21, 2016
Pros: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Handle Feel, Weight, Handle Material
Cons: None
Super lightweight, balanced, with superior steel blade and carbon fibre handle. I would have gave mine a 5 (excellent) but I had to return mine as it appeared to be used and/or carried.
Benchmade Osborne Folding Knife 3.4" S90V Stonewash Combo Blade, Carbon Fiber Handles
5 out of 5
May 20, 2015
Pros: Lock Type, Blade Material, Handle Feel, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness
Cons: None
Anymore carbon, it would be a diamond.
Up until about 4-5 months ago, I didn't know squat, about knives. One of the forums I frequent, has a bunch discussions on the topic. I began reading about, and drooling over, all of the knives being discussed. And one knife kept popping up, no matter where I looked. The Benchmade 940 Osborne. Everyone raves about how it is considered by knife enthusiasts, to be the perfect EDC folder. When my birthday came around, and my wife asked me what I wanted, I chose the 940-1s combo blade. At the time, my current EDC, was a $18 Gerber, with a combo blade as well. I've come to really rely on the combined duties, of this type of blade. The Gerber is still a great knife. But, nowhere near the refinement of the Osborne. The Gerber, is about 6+ oz. And that's being optimistic. The Osborne is under 3 oz. the weight never really mattered to me, until I tried this knife. The lock up, is vault like. It feels like a fixed blade, when opened. Absolutely, no play at all. My blade, came perfectly centered, and shaving sharp. The handles are smooth, and conform to the lines of my palm perfectly. So, I can easily say that this is the most comfortable knife, I've ever held. Even the pocket clip feels good in my hand. Since Receiving this Benchmade, I've purchased 2 other premium knives, including a Spyderco Native 5 and a ZT 0770cf. All have the carbon fiber and premium steel blades. While I like the assist opening blade and blade geometry of the ZT. I keep going back to the Osborne to carry. Of the three, the fit and finish seems to be a tad better on the BM. The carbon fiber handles, are just a little more refined with smoother cuts. Don't get me wrong, the other two, are no slouches. The Sprint Run Native 5, is absolutely beautiful! It's a knife of substance. It even has, arguably, the best edge holding steel available, period. The only steel, capable of unseating the Benchmades s90v,.... CPM s110v. But, the Natives blade geometry, is more suited for a Gadiator match. Not the Every Day Carry characteristics of the 940-1. I feel like, if I pulled the ZT or Spyderco out, around other people, they would all run away screaming. The Benchmade, is more of a gentleman's knife. If you pulled that out around other people, they may look at you strange. But they'd also be expecting you to start whittling a piece of wood.


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