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Zero Tolerance ZT0560 - Cuchillo (longitud hoja 9,5 cm), color gris

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  • CERO TOLERANCIA ZT0560 Hinderer Cuchillo Negro Acero Elmax Channel G-10 Made In Tolerancia EE.UU. ZT
  • Cuchillo Zero Hinderer Negro plegable táctico
  • 13.33cm hoja 9.5cm longitud de la hoja de acero cerrada ELMAX HRC 60 Grosor de la hoja 4mm
  • Etapas de manija Titanium 6AL4V
  • almohadillas manejan el 3D G-10 efecto grabado en relieve en la mano
  • Abrir una mano - sistema de seguridad - clip
  • Cuchillo Hecho en EE.UU. Hecho en EE.UU. ZT del tanto
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Colorgris - gris
Peso180 gramos
Incluye bateríasNo
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Dimensiones del producto22,4 x 0,8 x 4,6 cm
Número de modelo del producto560
Producto en desde12 de agosto de 2013
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Espectacular. Acero impecable. Mango cómodo. Falta una buena presentación para el nivel de la navaja. Apertura suave y ligera. Muy bien
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent Knife 26 de octubre de 2012
Por Hegg - Publicado en
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I purchased the ZT0560 as my 1st Zero Tolerance knife. I have been a huge fan of Kershaw for years now and wanted to step my EDC knife up a notch so I decided to give Kershaw's Zero Tolerance line a try. I mainly chose the 0560 for the weight. For such a large, heavy duty knife, the weight is about 5.8 oz. It may seem like a lot but when you hold it in your hands its pretty impressive. It's very comfortable to carry this knife, it's slim design makes it unnoticeable to me while its in my pocket and I gotta say, ZT's "LowRider" pocket clip it comes with is very very well done, it has good retention and it sits very deep in your pocket. The lockup on this knife is very secure and occurs pretty early during deployment. There is literally no blade play while the knife is open or closed and the while closed, the blade is pretty much dead centered inside the liners. When it comes to comfort, you can disregard the comments of the jimping being too aggressive, it really locks the knife into the hand and also works great while wearing gloves. The large flipper on the knife makes an excellent finger guard when the blade is deployed. The blade comes literally sharp enough to shave with out of the box and of course, after use, you can send the knife back to Kershaw to have the factory edge put back on( all you do is pay shipping to them).

Now the reason I had to give it 4 stars is because when I first got the knife and flipped it open pretty quickly the lock was nearly impossible to release. It stuck to the end of the blade and didn't let go. The harder I deployed the blade, the harder it was to release the lock. Luckily I drive by the Kershaw factory every day on the way to work. I walked into the warranty shop and showed them the problem. They took it into the back and fixed it in about 20 minutes. They said this issue occurred because the lock face was not properly carbadized. They apologized and sent me on my way. Now the lock releases like butter. If I didn't live so close to the factory then this would've been a little bit of a hassle, having to send it back to ZT or exchange it for another one with the seller.

Over all I would totally recommend this knife to a friend, this is the most sturdy knife I've yet to own and I will be carrying it everyday for years to come. The little problem when I first got the knife will not deter me from purchasing other ZT knives. Kershaw has excellent customer service and are willing to help out their customers however they can.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Just Perfect. 14 de marzo de 2014
Por Batmanda - Publicado en
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The more recent production runs on the 0560 are just phenomenal! They've worked out all the early quirks (like the sticky lock) and are now pumping out exceptional examples. Mine came with a nice detent, not too much or too little , perfectly centered blade, no play AT ALL in any direction, and hair popping sharp! The fit and finish is amazing, definitely a nice show piece, but ready for hard use. I'd recommend this blade to anyone looking for an exceptional high quality tactical folder.

Also, I've read some find the jimping to be to aggressive. I don't find it bad at all. Maybe that too has been worked out during production.
I love this knife. You won't regret it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Robust EDC Knife 2 de febrero de 2013
Por J. Estes - Publicado en
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When I first received this knife, I was surprised at how large it is. This is a robust, well-made knife, and is about equal in size to my ZT 0200ST, both of which have blades just shy of 4". The fit and finish is excellent; the blade is centered when closed, and there is no play whatsoever in any direction when locked. The lock itself is solid, and covers a little less than 50%, leaving plenty of room for wear without sacrificing safety. The grip surface is just about perfect, with the 3D relief enough for a good grip in any condition, without being so aggressive as to cause wear on pants pockets. The clip is for "deep carry," keeping the end of the knife about even with the top of the pocket. While some don't care for this, I prefer it because in some environments I don't want it screaming "Knife!" at everyone who notices.

This is a "flipper" knife, with no spring-assist, and it doesn't need one. The blade slides open without any drag, and locks firmly with a somewhat subdued click. Disengaging the lock takes a little effort, most of which has to do with technique in my case, as I tend to use my fingers to hold against the frame as I push with my thumb. While this works fine with a liner-lock, it causes frame-locks to not want to open until I lower my fingers a bit. Once I do that, the effort needed is minimal. Keep in mind, there is no play in the detent which keeps the blade closed. This means as soon as you open it, all drag disappears and it moves freely. If you're not used to this, I would exercise some caution until you become accustomed to it. This is also noteworthy regarding your preferred mode of carry, because if the thumb studs (in tip-up mode) or the flipper lever (tip-down) catches on your pocket, it can pull the blade open as you pull it out. For me, a quick brush against the thumb studs with a fine file minimizes the risk.

The blade sharpens well, and holds an edge surprisingly long. I'm not familiar with "Elmax", and it seems to wear considerably better than S30V, which I have in other knives, and also slightly better than the 154CM steel which is on the 0200ST. I was surprised to discover that the factory edge was close to the 30 degree (inclusive) angle on my Sharpmaker. After stropping, this blade will cut anything from hair to cardboard to wood with little effort or drag.

Overall, this knife is an excellent addition to the "Zero Tolerance" line, and I have no doubt it can take whatever gets thrown at it. If you like large knives, you will find this a dependable EDC companion.

Update: I found that after using the 30 degree edge that the blade would take on a burr that was all but impossible to get rid of. I finally gave up and and changed it to 40 degrees, and after stropping it's again hair-popping sharp, and no burrs no matter what I do with it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent ZT/Rick Hinderer Collab. 3 de agosto de 2013
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Excellent ti frame lock. Elmax takes a wicked edge and holds it well. Lock up was tight, absolutely zero blade in any direction. Great ergonomics. Milled titanium is much "grippier" than you'd expect, the g10 side even more so. Knife is light, yet can take abuse well. Easy to deploy with the flipper, or with a little practice, the blade stops, very smoothly I might add. Rides in the pocket well. Word to the wise though, the knife has a much larger "presence" than the specs would lead you to believe. Looks large in the hand, may be intimidating to people not comfortable around knives. Overall as close to perfection as a production knife can get.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas If you can handle giving over 200 dollars for a knife this is a fine one to get !!! 12 de febrero de 2015
Por Ronnie B. - Publicado en
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I've been wanting this knife for a while but I have to admit it was hard giving over 200 dollars for a knife. I do however love the knife and I'm satisfied with the it. The fit and finish is awesome and I really love the looks and design of the knife. I like a big knife and this is a big knife but light for its size it flips out good but to be honest I thought it should flip out a bit better to have kvt bearings. I have flippers with bronze washers that actually flip out better. I really don't want to fault the knife too much for that though it flips fine the only thing I can fault the knife for really is the blade centering was off some but that's okay that doesn't really bother me. The fit and finish is more important to me and its perfect. If you have the money to burn and you can get yourself to give it up lol I do recommend this knife its really nice go for it I think you'll be satisfied too. I'll probably carry this knife some but its really for my collection I'm sure I'll have this one for the rest of my life and that's why I gave over 200 dollars dollars for it as long as you don't abuse it, it should last a life time.