Matrix Silver Stainless Steel Folding Knife

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  • MATRIX (silver finish)OPEN LENGTH: 9-3/8″ CLOSED LENGTH: 5-1/2″
  • BLADE LENGTH: 4-1/4″
  • BLADE MATERIAL: 440 SHARPENED and SERATED STAINLESS STEEL – matte black finish
  • HANDLE MATERIAL: Lightweight aluminum integrated with 2 black acrylic plates mounted on both sides of the handle for a clean, stylish look.

Product Description
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Matrix Silver Stainless Steel Folding Knife

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Comments on Matrix Silver Stainless Steel Folding Knife

July 7, 2010

Mike @ 4:42 am #

This knife is quite large welbuilt and extremly duable. solid stainless steel handle and blade. It opens nicely could use a drop of oil from time to time. Very tough and has withstood ALL the abuse i have put it through like beating nails in, useing it as a pry bar, use under water in snow and with various other corosive materials, skining cable, a saw, as a hammer, screwdriver, and all kinds of things a knife shouldnt be used for. It could also make a good self defence knife. I likr the handle because it fits my hand and cant be pulled out of my grip easily. It is a liner lock and the lock works good never failed for me yet. The blade also stays sharp fairly well. I have owned it for at least a year and a half now. A verry good investment of your money. I hope this was helpfull and this knife lasts for you.
Rating: 5 / 5

anon. @ 4:44 am #

This knife, when i got it was in a small box, but was an enormous knife, much bigger than i had expected, (9.5 inches when unfolded) and it surprised me. Quite a nice knife, i’m told the impression you get is you can skin a moose or small bear with it. I use it primarily for camping and feeding horses, but also, in its ‘off time’ (when i’m not backpacking), for a letter opener. It holds its sharpness well, and does not dull too easy.

One of the things you have to watch for, on mine, it has a false lock ( it gives a click when it opens before the blade is secularly locked in place to cut), so when you open it, you either have to open it with speed to get it to lock, or double-check that it is locked. i have on numerous times thought it was locked, just by feel, but ended up almost getting a finger caught.

beautiful knife, durable, and ok for everyday uses, but it can do much more.

i ordered it on the 28th, it came from Massachusetts to northern arkansas, in december, on the 31st. on time.
Rating: 4 / 5

E. Mccloud @ 5:55 am #

I was very surprised when i got the knife at how big it actually was. I took it out of the box and was like, woah. Very happy at how well its holding up. Very good if your looking for a big knife that folds up. 5 stars, definately worth the money.
Rating: 5 / 5

Jack Hansen @ 8:09 am #

Let me start off by saying this is one of the biggest folders you’ll ever see. If you’re wanting an EDC (every day carry) blade look elsewhere because in my humble opinion its a bit on the large side for that. However it is a nice knife for some rough work not necessarily because it’s tough (its not flimsy either) but because its so cheap. I used mine as a pry tool to pull up some bricks in my yard. Of course I broke the tip off but for twelve bucks it performed pretty well. This knifes greatest strength is its price. You know you only paid twelve bucks for it so your not afraid to use it roughly. I know when I buy “rough use” knives for 70 bucks I’m actually afraid to go and use it roughly because I don’t want to have thrown 70 bucks away. It’s not a bad buy really, nothing special, just a larger than average folder. 3 stars.
Rating: 3 / 5

crottychop @ 8:16 am #

i bought this about 9-10 months ago and only used it 3 times.. for cutting a small branch and prying 2 paint cans open. i was using it today when the 1 screw( holding the grip and the blade) SLID OUT and the blade fell and cut my leg. deep gash. and blood started to gush out and i had to go to the hospital for 3 stitches. DO NOT BUY. IT IS EXTREMLY CHEAP QUALITY. buy a better knife. it will save you more money in the long run. i also have pictures.
Rating: 1 / 5

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