Matrix Stainless Steel Folding Knife – Silver Finish

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  • 440 SHARPENED and SERATED STAINLESS STEEL
  • Lightweight aluminum integrated with 2 black acrylic plates mounted on both sides of the handle for a clean, stylish look

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Matrix Stainless Steel Folding Knife – Silver Finish

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Comments on Matrix Stainless Steel Folding Knife – Silver Finish

November 4, 2010

Darin S. Griner @ 6:30 am #

This knife is extremmly sharp and the serrated portion will cut through most anything. The blade doesn’t retain its edge all that well but at the same time I’ve used it rougher than most people would. One importzant thing to note is the size. This thing is big, if you need a pocket knife for cutting loose strings of shirts or the occasional peice of tape this isn’t for you. It is a good product overall although the black finish is just paint but it took a fairly long time to rub off.
Rating: 4 / 5

B. Spicer @ 7:48 am #

I find it funny when people complain because their knife broke or a screw fell out and they only paid like 6$ for the knife! This thing is actually really awesome for the price. I am a collector and i bought this knife as just a work knife, but i like it enough to actually keep it with my higher priced knives. Its not cold steel or smith and wesson quality, but it is tough, big, and easy to sharpen. I see no reason to complain about a knife when i only paid a few bucks for it, especially when it is actually a fairly cool knife. I’d buy it again any day.
Rating: 4 / 5

Mike @ 10:42 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

Mason McCormies @ 12:04 pm #

This knife is not that great of a purchase. Within a few days of receiving this knife the belt clip had already fallen off because all three screws holding it on had smashed threads on one side. Also the joint that allows the blade to swing open and close is not durable. The first couple of days it was very nice but now it swings around like a limp noodle. This allows the blade to open slightly in your pocket. Also, the black finish on the blade looks cool at first but it is just paint and chips easily. But, it is a large knife which is a plus. Also it was and still is extremely sharp. So if you are looking for a junky knife you can beat up and be rough with, this is a good knife for you. If you are looking for a knife you can have for many years and get a lot of use out of, keep looking.
Rating: 2 / 5

Brian Matisek @ 2:19 pm #

I was happy with this knife while it worked, but after less than 2 weeks every screw along the handle had popped out. Don’t buy.
Rating: 1 / 5

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