CRKT CR13T Cuchillo Tascabile,Unisex - Adultos, multicolor, un tamaño
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Note: apologies for any tan/flesh tones in pictures due to some reflection. Knife & blade are both neutral silver/gray. Nub to disengage LAWKS has a red dot as seen in pic.
- Good clean design that works pretty well for a general duty knife.
- Titanium handle is super durable, mine still looks fairly close to new.
- Handle is pretty ergonomic whether held normally, reverse-grip, etc. Open design of handle is nice that it prevents trapping of lint, dirt, etc inside the handle.
- I personally like the manual flip opening. Pivot action when opening is still quite smooth - haven't felt the need to lubricate it yet.
- Aus8 steel blade is pretty darn durable, as in not too brittle, very easy to sharpen. Haven't had corrosion problems, but I live in a dry climate.
- Blade came very sharp out of the box, & can be sharpened to easily cut thin paper. (Recommend the Spyderco Sharpmaker).
- Serrated teeth have come in handy on occasion & have survived sawing through some extremely tough plastic roughly 2-3mm thick & I thought would chip a tooth or 2, but no problems.
- Locking system still seems to work just fine, haven't had any problems either with lock failure nor any problems disengaging the lock. I agree that disengaging the lock does take a little getting used to, but quicker than I expected I got the hang of it & am able to easily disengage & close one-handed with right hand. Left-handed you can disengage lock but need to push the back of the blade a little on something (other hand or arm, table edge, etc) to get it started - once past the point where the locking pin will interfere, you can close the rest of the way with 1-handed via left.
- Overall fit & finish is quite good, again considering made in Asia & for the price.
- My particular knife has quite good centering of the blade.
- Blade still has good solid detent - ie, blade isn't loose nor will it open unexpectedly on me.
- Weight is fine, not too heavy.
- Titanium model feels pretty solid in the hand (though narrowness takes a little away from that feel), don't have other models with different handles, so can't comment on those, though I'd expect the aluminum handle model to be pretty similar in feel & handling.
- Some might feel the lack of a lanyard hole is a con. Not a problem for me.
- Made in Asia.
- Titanium handle is a bit slippery (though the large circular cutouts help a tiny bit). Would much prefer a bit of machining for texture on both sides &/or one side covered with textured G-10. While machining would add to the cost a bit, I'd gladly pay for the much improved grip & handling especially if hands or knife is slightly wet, or hands are greasy.
- Handle is narrow for my taste. Men with normal sized or larger hands will probably find it much more narrow than I do & probably not comfortable for heavy or extended use.
- Titanium model doesn't have any other mounting holes for the pocket clip, so right-hand pocket is the only real option if using the clip, else if using the clip in left pocket, when knife is pulled out it's "backwards" & you have to flip knife in order to be able to use the flipper.
- Maybe just me, but I found the flipper more easily & more naturally engaged via left-hand (I'm primarily right-handed). With right-handed use my index finger is very prone to catching the small nub of the LAWKS release, even though fingers are thinner than most, & thus unless I always flick my wrist a little, sometimes right-hand opening the blade is "stalled" partway open. No issues left-handed as my left index finger naturally avoids hitting the small LAWKS nub.
- Aus8 blade doesn't hold an edge nearly as well nor as corrosion resistant as more expensive higher quality steels like 154CM, S35VN, etc, though I knew the Aus8 would be softer when I bought the knife, so not a huge deal.
- Jimping on back of blade base ("ridges" for thumb gripping support) is pretty much wasted, since that part of the blade is slightly recessed into the handle - at least on my knife, not sure if everyone's is the same.
- Wish there was a plain-edge blade option for the Titanium model.
However, just know that there is a clearly-notable difference in thickness between the Zytel-scaled knife and the aluminum-scaled knife--the Zytel is noticeably thicker, both in appearance and in the hand. This may be good or bad for you, but know that there is a difference.
Also, the AutoLAWKS locking mechanism takes some getting used to--I've gotten the hang of it, but it took a few weeks of usage before I really sorted out how to use it without it interrupting the flow of closing the knife.
This is currently a Taiwan produced CRKT, which I personally find to be generally higher quality than the China produced CRKTs. I'd highly recommend this based on the knife that I received.