Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Box Elder
- available in Large or Small
- Wood inlay on the front and back
- Clip sits slightly diagonal on the 31
Of course, in addition to the "Plane Jane", the Sebenza 31 is again available in a model with inlays.
While the rear Wood inlay is more oriented to the inlays of the Inkosis in terms of shape, a new design was chosen for the show side. Instead of having two inlays as before, now one large one was used, which describes a wide arc over the handle of the knife. As is customary with CRK, the inlays on the Sebenza 31 are bonded in such a way that they last virtually forever.
In addition to the visual difference, the Wood inlays also provide a somewhat fuller and rounder hand position, which should be interesting especially for use with gloves.
When the end of the Sebenza 21 was proclaimed in June 2019 and the successor, the Sebenza 31, was presented, this announcement went through the knife scene like a drumbeat. After all, new introductions from the manufacturer from Idaho are already very rare. When it comes to the inheritance of one of the most famous and best pocket knives of all time, such a thing does not remain without appropriate reaction.
Fortunately, Chris Reeve Knives have improved their recipe for success all in all only minimally but in crucial places, so that one can justifiably continue to speak of a Sebenza in the new 31 model.
First of all, the hole on the presentation side of the knife is now gone - something that many Reeve fans have long wished for. The slightly changed angle of the pocket clip, which now no longer presses on the lockbar, is also quickly noticeable to the trained eye.
Less obvious, however, is the revised lock of the Sebenza 31. Just as with the Umnumzaan or the Inkosi, a ceramic ball embedded in the lockbar now presses against the blade root. The hardness of this ball is in a barely measurable range, which prevents long-term wear at the contact point of the lockbar.
In order to improve the hand position of the Sebenza a bit, the grip recess on the front side was ground a bit differently. All in all, we can say: yes, the new model rightly bears the venerable name Sebenza and can easily tie in with the popular 21 series.
Just like the previous model, both sizes are still available.
While the large Sebenza 31 is a truly full-blown work knife, the Small Sebenza remains the king of EDC pocket knives - the hand position continues to be great on the successor model. All of the features mentioned above can also be found in this smaller version of the Sebenza 31 - just in a slightly more compact and pocket-friendly form.
Chris Reeve Clip Insert and Screw
Chris Reeve Backspacer
Chris Reeve Body Screw Kit
Chris Reeve Pocket Clip
Chris Reeve Grease
Chris Reeve Body Screw
Chris Reeve Lanyard classic for Sabenza and Umnumzaan
|Blade Material:||CPM Magnacut, Magnacut|
|Blade length:||7,5, 9,2|
|Designer:||Anne Reeve, Chris Reeve, Tim Reeve|
|Handle Material:||Titanium, Wood|
|Klinge läuft auf:||Washer|
|Knife type:||Every Day Carry, Workhorse|
|Legal to carry in Germany:||No|
|Overall Length:||17,5, 21,2|
4 of 4 reviews
September 7, 2021 19:20
Sabenza - TOP Qualität
Für mich hat das kleine Sebenza genau die richtige Größe. Dieses helle Wurzelbaum macht das Messer noch edler als es sowieso schon ist. Mit dem neuen CPM S45VN, Hohlschliff und super scharf mit einem robusten Titan Griff. Was will man mehr. Solider Frame Lock. Perfekt. Schnelle Lieferung wie immer vom ASW Team - Vielen Dank Yvonne und Maxi.
November 16, 2023 18:09
Optisch, haptisch ein absoluter Traum. Ein Reeve ist für mich DAS Messer! Danke an die Crew aus Hamborgia.✨🔪
September 5, 2021 19:12
Super Produkt schnelle Lieferung werde in der Zukunft wieder kaufen
Hrať servise will buy again
December 31, 2021 15:21
Sebenza Box Elder Bilder von Messser angefordert um zu sehen wie das Holz aussieht. Top Bilde schnell bekommen und dann auch so bestellt. Passt alles ! Danke