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- Navaja ZT0566 de Zero Tolerance, con válvula rápida, con hoja de acero S35VN, fabricada en Estados Unidos
- Apertura con una mano, sistema de seguridad, con clip
- No permitida para menores de 18 años
- Válvula de Zero Tolerance, plegable
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De Zero Tolerance, con válvula y seguro.
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I couldn't wait to get my 0566 when it was first announced by ZT. I really like Rick Hinderer designs. But, when I first received my 0566, I was very disappointed at how stiff it was to deploy. It actually hurt my finger to use the flipper. I even loosened the pivot screw without compromising blade centering. I was about to throw in the towel and return the knife. But, after many deployments (over the course of week), the knife loosened up and is now a pleasure to deploy with the flipper.
I still cannot deploy the knife with the thumb studs. But, they're not really thumb studs. They're blade stops, anyway. I'm now thoroughly happy with the 0566 and carry it nearly every day. As a note, I have left the spring assist in place and am happy with the quick snap of the deployment. The knife is bit heavy with all of the stainless steel. But, the build quality is evident what you hold it your hand. I find my self opening and closing it just of the pure enjoyment of the action. Yes. There may be quicker deploying blades our there. But this one is pretty smooth.
I guess ZT could have skeletonized the liner on the G-10 side. But, it probably wouldn't have saved that much weight. And changing the material to Titanium would have increased the price. Also, I got a sweet deal via Amazon ($118).
While I have many knives, and I have a few favorites for EDC, this is one that you'll most likely find in my pocket. This won't be my last Zero Tolerance knife.
I originally stated that I could not deploy the knife using the thumb studs. Well, my technique was bad. I can now easily and reliably open the knife using the thumb studs. The trick is not to push outward with the thumb stud. But, if you place your thumb over the ZT logo next to the stud (if opening with your right hand) and push upward toward the pivot screw, sort of parallel to the handle, it opens easily. I found this technique is necessary on other knives I have, including Kershaw and SOG knives. I hope that's helpful.
One recommendation I came across was to loosen the pivot screw just a hair and a couple drops of gun/knife oil. I did this, but it had no effect, so ultimately, I ended up sending it back to ZT to have them inspect it. I really like this knife, but it's so difficult to open that I don't want to carry it. If it comes back to me the same way it was before I sent it off, I will try deassisting it to see if it makes a difference. If not, I will most likely sell it.
I sent the knife back to KAI to have them inspect it since it was so difficult to open. I got it back about 3 weeks later and I'm not sure exactly what they did to it since there was no paperwork with it to reflect it, but they fixed the problem. It now opens up very smoothly and is no longer painful to deploy. I'm very glad I sent it back because now it's my favorite pocket knife.
I've been using practical knives since 1989-1990. Over the years I've owned more Spydercos than I can count, Emersons, Kershaws, Benchmades, etc, and I've used Microtechs, Striders and other high-end knives. I've got an older ZT (0200ST) and have always been extremely impressed with the build quality, but I wanted a more practical size and shape for EDC. This is it! The superior build quality and sturdiness of the bigger ZT knives in a convenient size and in a drop point design.
The ZT 0566 blade is ELMAX steel, which is arguably one of the two best "super steels" you can make a blade with (only became available in the US in 2009). It takes an edge easily, holds an edge longer and resists both corrosion and breakage better than just about any steel on the market (Bohler M390 holds an edge slightly longer, but ELMAX is slightly more durable than M390). That said, you can put this knife to very hard use while feeling confident that you've got one of the sturdiest and most well-built knives made with the very best materials available.
I've had no problem with the action, as most knives I've used required a "breaking in" period of some kind (either of the user or the knife itself). The action smooths out nicely and locks up so tight you'd think it was a fixed blade.
As for the clip, FINALLY someone...ZT...has made a clip that doesn't leave the handle sticking noticeably out of your pocket. The design of the clip allows this knife to sit lower in the pocket than any knife I've come across while still being easily accessible.
I'm not sure I could ask for a better knife, and I don't believe I could find one for a better price.