Reviews and Ratings for Chris Reeve Mnandi Folding Knife 2.75" S35VN Blade, Titanium Handles with Macassar Ebony Wood Inlays - MNA-1016

Chris Reeve Mnandi Folding Knife 2.75" S35VN Blade, Titanium Handles with Macassar Ebony Wood Inlaysrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (2 reviews)
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Chris Reeve Mnandi Folding Knife 2.75 inch S35VN Blade, Titanium Handles with Macassar Ebony Wood Inlays

 

Price: $400.00

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Chris Reeve Mnandi Folding Knife 2.75" S35VN Blade, Titanium Handles with Macassar Ebony Wood Inlays
rated 5 stars out of 5
David O
Dulles, Va
Oct 15, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: None
Owned the snake wood handle for 6 years
I used it for edc at the office. The knife is an excellent slicer. The frame is compact with titanium frame and wood inlay. Both are tight ad the blade is centered and even still after 6 years of carry and use. You can't go wrong with this craftsmanship. Some may say it's small but I disagree. If you plan to use it to gut fish or chop wood, then I would recommend buying a CRK fixed blade. They are also good excellent knives. All of CRK knives maintain a great edge and they are easy to sharpen. I also own a sebenza and a mountaineer fixed balde. If you want a classy small blade that is extremely well made I would highly recommend the Mnandi. These knives are only going to go up in price. The wood inlays don't crack and the knife is solid. Lastly the company has great customer service. They recommend and will do a spa treatment on the knife every ten years for a very small price. If you don't own at least one of their knifes you are missing out.
Chris Reeve Mnandi Folding Knife 2.75" S35VN Blade, Titanium Handles with Macassar Ebony Wood Inlays
rated 5 stars out of 5
David O
Dulles, Va
Oct 15, 2016
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: None
Owned the snake wood handle for 6 years
I used it for edc at the office. The knife is an excellent slicer. The frame is compact with titanium frame and wood inlay. Both are tight ad the blade is centered and even still after 6 years of carry and use. You can't go wrong with this craftsmanship. Some may say it's small but I disagree. If you plan to use it to gut fish or chop wood, then I would recommend buying a CRK fixed blade. They are also good excellent knives. All of CRK knives maintain a great edge and they are easy to sharpen. I also own a sebenza and a mountaineer fixed balde. If you want a classy small blade that is extremely well made I would highly recommend the Mnandi. These knives are only going to go up in price. The wood inlays don't crack and the knife is solid. Lastly the company has great customer service. They recommend and will do a spa treatment on the knife every ten years for a very small price. If you don't own at least one of their knifes you are missing out.