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Columbia River K451XXP Ken Onion Eros Small Gentleman's Folder 2.03" Blade, Stainless Steel Handles

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Part Number: CRK451XXP
Manufacturer: Columbia River (CRKT)
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CRK451XXP: K451XXP Eros Small
For those who want five stars, here's the pocket knife version.

When Ken Onion designed the original Eros, he invented "gentleman's tactical" - knives that look swanky AND get the job done. Now, the Eros with flat handles brings the beauty of this gentleman's folding pocket knife to the folks who don't have a country club membership and they wouldn't know what to do with it if they did.

The New Eros is a church knife, suit knife or gent's knife that sits slim and discrete in the pocket, yet doesn't require a fat wallet to get your hands on. It's got flat, stainless steel handles that are perfect for customization and a sleek blade that keep it quiet, yet confidently infused with testosterone. The IKBS pivot ball-bearing system makes opening this blade silky smooth.

The Eros comes in a large size or this small size. Being a gentleman never felt so manly.
  • Dimensions
    • Open Overall Length: 4.96 inches
    • Closed Length: 2.94 inches
    • Weight: 1.5 ounces
  • Blade
    • Length: 2.03 inches
    • Thickness: 0.09 inches
    • Material: AUS 8
    • Blade-HRC: 57-58
    • Finish: Satin
    • Grind: Hollow
    • Style: Drop Point
    • Edge: Plain
  • Handle
    • Material: 420J2
  • Lock
    • Type: Frame Lock
  • Carry
    • Carry System: 1 Position Clip
  • Made in Taiwan
AUS-8 Stainless Steel
AUS-8 Stainless Steel
A very widely used EDC steel, AUS-8 can take a very nice edge while also maintaining moderate edge holding and corrosion resistance properties.
Frame Lock
Frame Lock
Developed by Chris Reeve, it functions like a liner lock but the lock is comprised of one of the handle scales. It's an extremely strong and easy to manipulate lock.
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
Steel Handles
Steel Handles
Stainless Steel knife handles provide strength and durability and look and feel great.
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Kyle M
Saskatchewan Canada
Nov 08, 2016
Pros: Overall Quality, Handle Material, Blade Material, Blade Sharpness, Weight, Pocket Clip, Lock Type
Cons: Ease of Opening, None
Great product. Solid knife. Very thin for EDC. The only downside is it dosent open as smoothly as expected out of the box but is getting a bit better the more i use it.
1 out of 5
Jaikishan V
Mumbai, India.
Mar 04, 2015
Pros: None
Cons: None
Poor Design
I used this pocket knife for two month and stop to use ,, its time to review Knife to sharp , stylish - CRKT is very famous for the design - and quality some how for this products - may be its is faulty or some reason ,, the knife in pocket come out from the top ,, so when ever put hand inside the pocket it will sure cut finger from the nail , so may be its design fault from CRKT ,,so i request CRKT ,, please check the quality or design again I never expected this from CRKT,,If CRKT need i can send the pic .
4 out of 5
Alberta, Canada
Jan 27, 2015
Pros: Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Ease of Opening
Cons: None
My Idea of a Good Gentleman's Pocket Knife
The Blade Design of this little knife is excellent for all the things a gentleman may need a pocket knife for while dressed for a pleasant night out — sharp and pointy for catching a thread that needs to be snipped, slim and pointy for dealing with a sliver or some similar delicate task, great for opening envelopes or cutting ribbons ... it's a small, pleasing and very useful shape for a nice, classy gent to have in his pocket. I'm never without a knife, but one doesn't want to walk around with a 3.5"blade (or bigger) in one's tuxedo :) One sad point — mine was a bit sloppy when opened and locked, so I carefully tightened the pivot screw until it wasn't sloppy any more ... but now the opening action is a bit stiff and awkward. This is a production line issue, not a design flaw, and hopefully yours won't suffer this problem.
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