Kizer Cutlery Ki4411F1 Glenn Klecker Folding Knife 3.25" S35VN Stonewashed Blade, OD Green G10 Handles

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KUKI4411F1: Ki4411F1 Glenn Klecker Folding Knife, OD Green
Kizer Cutlery
This Klecker design is very well made with the finest materials. You can't get this kind of quality for your dollar anywhere else. The blade is crafted from S35VN stainless steel with a stonewashed finish for a rugged and worn in look. S35VN is a high-grade steel with exceptional edge retention and wear resistance. It features a titanium frame with lanyard slot and textured OD green G10 front and back handle scales. The deep carry pocket clip can be reversed for tip-up or down, right-hand carry and this solid design is great for any and all types of tasks.

Kizer uses high-tech wire EDM machines to cut the parts. This method is slower than laser or water jet but Kizer feels quality is worth the wait. Each component in Kizer knives is precision machined and engineered to the finest tolerances. The final fit, finish, action, and sharpness of each knife is achieved entirely by hand, employing the irreplaceable craftsmanship developed by generations of cutlery masters. Dedicated craftsman honoring the long term goal of making the best knives possible is what Kizer brings to you.

Bladesmith Series

The Bladesmith Series is Kizer's collaboration/partnerships with the custom knife world. They license designs from custom knifemakers and forge a partnership utilizing the best from both sides. The custom designers bring their innovative and unique designs, while Kizer brings their highly specialized technical manufacturing expertise and quality. Together, they create products that proudly bears the names of the designer and Kizer Cutlery.
Innovation is power. Always living on the edge, always searching for the unknown, always braving the next horizon. Whether overbuilt to take on the world, or emerge stylish and full of grace, innovation is the separation from the mundane. Collaborating with some of the best creative minds in knife making and designs, Kizer presents the Bladesmith Series. Exceptional designs and impeccable craftsmanship, this is passion for never ending adventures!
  • Blade Length: 3.25" (83 mm)
  • Closed Length: 5.5" (140 mm)
  • Overall Length: 8.75" (222 mm)
  • Blade Material: S35VN Stainless Steel
  • Blade Thickness: 0.130" (3.3 mm)
  • Blade Hardness: 58-60HRC
  • Blade Shape: Clip Point
  • Blade Grind: Flat
  • Blade Finish: Stonewash
  • Handle Material: Textured OD Green G10
  • Liner Material: Titanium
  • Locking Mechanism: Liner Lock
  • Pocket Clip: Titanium (Tip-Up/Down, Right Carry)
  • Weight: 7.2 oz. (204 g)
  • Designer: Glenn Klecker
  • Made in China
Pocket Clip
Pocket Clip
Includes a pocket clip for easy accessibility and a more secure carry.
A tougher steel than S30V, it retains the excellent corrosive properties and ability to take an edge, but improves on the ability to hold that edge.
G10 Handles
G10 Handles
Formed in a sheet under high pressure by combining fiberglass and an epoxy resin binder. These handles are lightweight and shaped to ensure a solid grip.
4.375 (8 reviews)
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Jonus M
Mar 13, 2017
Pros: Handle Material, Ease of Opening, None
Cons: Overall Quality, Blade Material
Bad heat treatment
I own hundreds of folders, but I bought this one because I liked the design, and I was impressed with the reviews I read about s35vn. I am a millwright/welder, and I use my knives, but not hard use. I'm very gentle with them. After carrying it in my pocket for about a month, I noticed that it had started to dull, so I took a closer looknow before beginning a sharpening process, and it was chipped to the point of being serrated. I believe the heat treatment was a failure.
4 out of 5
David V
Woodstock, Ga
Aug 13, 2016
Pros: Blade Material, Overall Quality, Ease of Opening, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness, Handle Material, None
Cons: Handle Feel
Good Knife, Especially For The Price.
This is my second knife from Kizer, and I continue to be Impressed. My first was a Ki404B1 which I didn't get to write a review on because I guess I got either the last one or one of the last ones and they are discontinued now. I was really impressed with that one which is why I decided to give this one a try. Based on these two, I'll be buying more. I love O.D. Green handles, which is why I picked this one. Handles give great grip, almost as good as my Emerson's. Feels good in my hand except for one hot spot at the very back that digs in to the heel of my hand. Maybe if they had extended the handles to the very back it wouldn't be there. If i was going to be using it for hard use for a while, I would have to put on gloves. Other than that I am well pleased with this knife. Like the big deep blade and it was shaving sharp out of the box. Could probably get it sharper, put it is pretty good already. No blade play and lock up looks to be about 20 percent. Good jimping on the spine and frame. If I was going to carry this one around I would try to find a sheath for it. If you're looking for something to pocket carry you might want to try the compact version. I've been checking out one of those already. The only other thing I would complain about is the pivot screws( like in the previous review) might be a challenge if I ever have to adjust them. My other Kizer doesn't have the same kind, so if that a deal killer, you might want to look at a different model, but I'll figure something out. Overall, I'd have to say I'm very pleased with the quality. I think if you give Kizer a try, you'll be surprised at the knife you get for your money. Thanks Knife Center for the great price on these two. The good thing is I, 'm glad I tried Kizer. The bad thing is they have so many more I want to try now. Oh well, that's what buying knives is all about, trying new things, and Knife Center has enough new things to keep me occupied for a while. Thanks again Knife Center.
4 out of 5
los angeles, kommiefornia
Jul 24, 2016
Pros: Lock Type, Ease of Opening, Blade Material, Lock Ease of Use, Handle Material, None
Cons: Pocket Clip, Weight, Handle Feel
Got one in black g-10 2 weeks ago for $79.95. Usually carry Emerson CQC-15 The good: Cost: Spark-tested the liner, and it's probably titanium. G-10 scales. CPM S35VN blade. It's a lot of high-end material for 80 bucks. Design: This thing is extremely overbuilt. Liner is joined via 6 screws when 4 would do. Thick liners, spacer, and blade. Execution: Edge came in at about 27 degrees. Lock up and ceramic detent are perfect. Point aligns almost dead center to the liner and lock when closed. No play, no rattle. Steel type and logo are deeply laser-cut into the blade, not onto it, which is the way to do it. Use: Held an edge very well. Minor rolls and bright spots after a light whittling session that were mostly restored by some earnest stropping. Hit it today with the lansky sharpening system, and after working in a suitable angle a bit with the extra coarse stone, it took a scary, mirror polish edge after the sapphire stone and leather strop. I believe this steel to be the genuine article. The bad: Design: This thing is way too big and heavy. Not something I would normally carry everyday, but my other knife isn't feeling well. Sharp angles and aggressive checkered g-10 handles make this thing very difficult to remove and deploy quickly from the pocket. The way to carry this is side-pocket, tip-up. Tip-down just doesn't work here, which took some getting used to for me. Pocket clip is anemic. My least favorite thing about this knife is the stupid proprietary pivot screw. I don't know, maybe a drill chuck will work. Comes with a digital camo pouch inside a pretty box. Execution: Angle was inconsistently ground somewhat toward the choil, and the tip isn't quite even. No big deal. Comes out of the box fairly dull, but sharpened up very well. Use: Not that this is it's intended purpose, but hacking and slashing stuff all day with this thing will get old fast. It's not very comfortable in the hand, but it sure is grippy. After some practice, I can now flick it out from my right pocket and put it back pretty quickly, but it's chewing up my levis.
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