Kershaw KS1556TI Cuchillo Tascabili,Unisex - Adultos, multicolor, un tamaño
- Acero: 8Cr13MoV
- Longitud de la hoja: 86 mm
- Edge: hoja lisa
- Color: Gris
- Perfil Cuchilla: Manipular Drop Point material : 8Cr13MoV Color de la manija: Gris Frame lock
- Puerto Speedsafe: reversible
- Clip Peso neto: 156gr
Advertencia: prohibida su venta a menores de 18 años.
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El agarre es cómodo, y si bien es bastante dura de abrir con el pulgar el sistema de apertura asistida funciona como un reloj. La única pega que le puedo encontrar es que si tienes las manos grandes y quieres agarrarla fuerte con todo el puño puede que se te quede un poco pequeña: echarás en falta unas cachas que añadan grosor para un mejor agarre.
La hoja es de una calidad bastante aceptable para el precio que tiene, con un acero muy semejante al 440C o el AUS-8.
En general muy satisfecho con ella.
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The knife required a bit of tweaking to get the blade to open fully with the assist, but after a few openings and a bit of tweaks on the Torx, it was flying open smoothly every time.
This was not "shave sharp" on opening as some have said, however I did get the Chinese model, but it was decent sharp and didn't take much to put a good edge on it.
For an out of box review, I am happy with it. The smooth Al handle might be a bit slick for some, but it has some cut outs for grip on the back of the blade and the handle.
Overall I am very happy with this knife and would purchase again.
I am giving 4 stars because it is advertised and shown with a deep carry option clip, however this is not included with the knife.
- The blade comes hair shaving sharp, has had the micro burs removed post sharpening.
- The color is professional, yet holds a very elegant masculinity and durable persona.
- The overall size, design, and balance is perfect for the hand (at least my hand, as I have larger hands) and allows one to articulate the entire knife with ease.
- The action is very authoritive with a satisfying and crisp *SHWOO-EACK" and forceful lock into place. Almost as if a soldier were fighting to get back to his wife.
- The balance is perfect, in my opinion; however it is rear heavy for those whom may like forward or center balanced. This plays out very effectively for the handling and control of the knife itself. Though this is no surprise considering their is double the metal on the back, opposing the blade.
- The belt clip is perfect... ONLY when it is in the tip down-position. The mounting holes for the tip-up position are recessed further down then the tip-down position, and a good 1/4" of the tail protrudes from the pocket. This is a major annoyance for me, though it is easily tolerable. You can see more clearly in the pictures I included.
- It is made in China and not made by American Steel or American Strength!
Besides the minor cons, this knife is an amazing deal. Though time will tell of its true build quality and worthiness will meet my expectations of an EDC. If it were Made In America this would be the only knife I bought. Though it may still be, it is never good to see a company sell out American jobs for an affordable price of a quality item. To the Bottom Line, this is the knife you are looking for, and will not regret your purchase.
UPDATE: After use the Chinese steel turned out to be worth its cost, slight use of the blade in a prying manner caused a pretty serious chip. I have also found an odd corrosion with the "protective" coat on the metal, especially the blade. It is "worth" the cost, but how does one place a cost on the headache of a tool?
Now don't get me wrong, I'm no a Kershaw hater, I own at least 15 Kershaw knives both manual and assisted open flippers. I do like flipper knives but, Kershaw needs to listen to its loyal customers and start designing knives with better access to the blade locking mechanism. I certainly would feel the love if they did.
As far as strong, tuff, well built knives with good blades that come sharp out of the box and hold their edge very well, you won't find a better knife for the money. A little heavy but if you want a little lighter knife, buy the Cryo ll with the G-10 scale, the G-10 actually gives you a little better grip for one handed open/close.
I've found that as much as I like the ease and speed of assisted open knives, closing is more difficult because you are fighting the spring on the last half of closing and this can leave you with cut digits if the knife is slippery which most solid stainless assisted knives are.
All-in-all this is a solid knife that will probably last you a lifetime, hard to beat a Kershaw knife. I would have no problem recommending this knife to anyone.
Kershaw, if you read these reviews, think about designing better access to the blade lock on your knives. Your following would definitely increase.