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Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Schwarz Glass Blasted
Blade Shape: Drop Point | Size: Large
Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Black Glass BlastedPremium Glass Blasted Finish with black micarta inlaysChris Reeve is known for the classic, the Sebenza, but the Inkosi is the brand's next evolutionary leap and definitely an eye-catcher! At first glance it may resemble the Sebenza 21, but on closer inspection it turns out to be an advanced and distinct masterpiece!Excellent Design & Advanced TechnologyThanks to two concise finger recesses on the handle, you'll have more control and confidence when working with the knife. Improved lock: the Integral Lock invented by Chris Reeve has been further improved in the Inkosi, so that wear of the titanium is avoided. Novel Grind: The Inkosi comes with a "Large Hollow Grind," a blend of hollow and flat grinds that provides more edge stability.Glass Blasted vs SandblastedWondering what the difference is between Glass Blasted and Sandblasted? The Glass Blasted finish uses crushed glass, resulting in a finer, tighter grain that is extremely scratch resistant and smooth, but still retains its grip. Sandblasted, on the other hand, uses sand to create an extra grippy finish that ages with character.Stable & ReliableWith its oversized blade axis and huge bronze washers, the Inkosi is designed to be extremely stable. So you can use it for really tough cutting tasks without any worries!The Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Black with the classy Glass Blasted finish is a super addition to your knife collection and a sturdy tool for all situations.

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Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Natural
Blade Shape: Insingo | Size: Small
Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Natural S45-VN steel Robust working knife Ceramic Ball Interface Lock The classic from Chris Reeve is clearly the Sebenza - but with the Inkosi the manufacturer takes the next logical step. These knives may look quite similar at first glance, but on closer inspection the Inkosi turns out to be an independent and progressive knife, which in no way needs to shy away from comparison with the Sebenza 21. The most striking innovation can be found on the handle. Here are two pronounced finger recesses that give your hand a more secure grip when working with the knife and give you more control in the cutting movement. The lock is still the Integral Lock invented by Chris Reeve, which has been improved by a decisive detail in the Inkosi. In order to prevent the softer titanium from coming into direct contact with the blade's hardened CMP S45VN steel, the detent ball (which is made of an extremely hard ceramic) was placed in such a way that it also serves as a contact point for the lock. This eliminates the possibility of wear and tear on the titanium. Another innovation is the grinding of the blade. Where Reeve has almost always relied on a hollow grind in the past, you'll now find a mixture of hollow and flat grinds used on the Inkosi, which the manufacturer calls "Large Hollow Grind" and which is supposed to provide more stability to the cutting edge. Together with the oversized blade axis and the huge bronze washers, the Inkosi turns out to be an incredibly sturdily constructed knife that you can also use for really tough cutting tasks. InlayTo add a bit more grip, Micarta inlays have been added to the handle of this version. Micarta is a material invented in the 50s, which was mainly used in the furniture industry. If the knife gets dirty after use, it can be easily cleaned with a little soapy water.

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Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Canvas Micarta natural
Blade Shape: Drop Point | Size: Small
Sebenza 31 with Natural Micarta Inlay available in Large (S35VN) or Small (S45VN) Micarta 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. Two versions are currently available, one with Black Canvas Micarta and the variant presented here in Natural Micarta. While the rear Micarta 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 Micarta inlays also provide a somewhat fuller and rounder hand position, which should be interesting especially for use with gloves. Large 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. Small 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. Accessories: 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 Lanyard Pin

€630.00*
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Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Schwarz
Blade Shape: Drop Point | Size: Small
Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Black Small Inkosi with new S45VN steel  Compact EDC Knife. Inkosi The classic from Chris Reeve is clearly the Sebenza  - but with the Inkosi the manufacturer takes the next logical step. May these knives at first glance still look quite similar, so the Inkosi turns out on closer inspection as an independent and advanced knife, which needs to shy away from the comparison before the Sebenza 21 in no way.. The most striking innovation can be found on the handle. Here are two pronounced finger recesses, which give your hand when working with the knife a safer grip and give you more control in the cutting movement. The lock is still the Chris Reeve invented Integral Lock, but in the Inkosi it has been improved by a crucial detail. To prevent the softer titanium from coming into direct contact with the hardened CMP S45VN steel of the blade, the detent ball (which is made of an extremely hard ceramic ) was placed in such a way that it also serves as the contact point of the lock technology. In this way, wear of the titanium can be ruled out. Another innovation is the sharpening of the blade. Where Reeve so far almost always relied on a hollow grind, you will find the Inkosi now a mixture of hollow and flat grind to use, which the manufacturer "Large Hollow Grind" calls and which is intended to provide more stability of the edge. Together with the oversized blade axis and the giant bronze washers, the Inkosi turns out to be an incredibly sturdily constructed knife that you can also use for really tough cutting tasks at times. Small Small hands? Little space in your pocket? Not in the mood for a big titanium folder? Then the Small version of the Inkosi is the solution for you. Just like the Sebenza, the Inkosi is available in two different sizes and, again, the small version is a full-featured and highly functional pocket knife that doesn't have to hide from the large version in the slightest.. Quite the opposite: especially in urban everyday life, many prefer a somewhat more compact knife for everyday cutting tasks. Only with very large hands (glove size 10 upwards), perhaps rather the large version of the Inkosis is recommended. In direct comparison with the Sebenza 31 Small, the Inkosi Small is about 1cm shorter.  Dropoint The classic Reeve blade shape as it has been produced for 30 years now. Works wonderfully in just about anything and is very easy to cut thanks to the hollow grind..

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Chris Reeve Sebenza Micarta Schwarz Glass Blasted
Blade Shape: Insingo | Size: Large
Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Black Glass BlastedPremium Glass Blasted Finish with black micarta inlaysChris Reeve is known for the classic, the Sebenza, but the Inkosi is the brand's next evolutionary leap and definitely an eye-catcher! At first glance it may resemble the Sebenza 21, but on closer inspection it turns out to be an advanced and distinct masterpiece!Excellent Design & Advanced TechnologyThanks to two concise finger recesses on the handle, you'll have more control and confidence when working with the knife. Improved lock: the Integral Lock invented by Chris Reeve has been further improved in the Inkosi, so that wear of the titanium is avoided. Novel Grind: The Inkosi comes with a "Large Hollow Grind," a blend of hollow and flat grinds that provides more edge stability.Glass Blasted vs SandblastedWondering what the difference is between Glass Blasted and Sandblasted? The Glass Blasted finish uses crushed glass, resulting in a finer, tighter grain that is extremely scratch resistant and smooth, but still retains its grip. Sandblasted, on the other hand, uses sand to create an extra grippy finish that ages with character.Stable & ReliableWith its oversized blade axis and huge bronze washers, the Inkosi is designed to be extremely stable. So you can use it for really tough cutting tasks without any worries!The Chris Reeve Inkosi Micarta Black with the classy Glass Blasted finish is a super addition to your knife collection and a sturdy tool for all situations.

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Chris Reeve Sebenza Box Elder
Blade Shape: Tanto | Size: Large
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. Large 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. Small 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. Accessories: Chris Reeve Clip Insert and ScrewChris Reeve BackspacerChris Reeve Body Screw KitChris Reeve Pocket ClipChris Reeve GreaseChris Reeve Body ScrewChris Reeve Lanyard classic for Sabenza and UmnumzaanLanyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Sebenza Macassar Ebony - Insingo
Size: Large
Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Macassar Ebony -Insingo available in Large or Small Wood inlay on the front and back Clip sits slightly diagonal on the 31 It was a sunny day in Idaho when Chris Reeve Knives decided to discontinue the Sebenza 21, one of their most popular and beloved pocket knives. The knife community was shocked and disappointed. But the visionaries at Chris Reeve Knives (CRK) had already been working on a worthy successor: the Sebenza 31.The new model wasn't just an update of the old Sebenza. It was an embodiment of CRK's values and beliefs that had been honed over the years. The new inlays on the front were proof of that. The wooden back inlay was reminiscent of the Inkosi model, while the large inlay on the show side described a wide arc over the handle of the knife. It was a work of art that ergonomically hugged the hand and made the heart race.  But that wasn't all. The revised closure with the ceramic ball was a new technology. The hardness of that ball was in an almost unmeasurable range, preventing long-term wear and tear. And the absence of the hole on the presentation side of the knife and the adjusted pocket clip were further proof that CRK had perfected the Sebenza 31 down to the smallest detail. But the most important thing was that the Sebenza 31 continued to embody CRK's values and beliefs. It was a knife built for eternity, a knife that would serve you faithfully and master the adventures and challenges of life with you. Whether large or small, the Sebenza was and is a faithful companion that never disappoints. And so the Sebenza 31 will continue to dominate the knife community and capture the hearts of its owners. Because at CRK, it's not just about knives. It's about art, technology, and the beauty of craftsmanship.

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Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Canvas Micarta black - Double Lug and blue Hardware
Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Canvas Micarta black - Double Lug, Blue Hardware Thumbstuds on both sidesBlue HardwareMagnacut Micarta inlay on the front and back Clip sits slightly diagonal on the 31 Ceramic Ball Detent Of course there is also a model with inlays for the Sebenza 31 besides the "Plane Jane". Two versions are currently available, one with Natural Canvas Micarta and the variant presented here in Black Micarta. While the rear Micarta 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 Micarta inlays also provide a somewhat fuller and rounder hand position, which should be interesting especially for use with gloves. Large 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. Small 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. Accessories: 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 Lanyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Canvas Micarta black
Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Canvas Micarta black available in Large or Small Micarta inlay on the front and back Clip sits slightly diagonal on the 31 Ceramic Ball Detent Of course there is also a model with inlays for the Sebenza 31 besides the "Plane Jane". Two versions are currently available, one with Natural Canvas Micarta and the variant presented here in Black Micarta. While the rear Micarta 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 Micarta inlays also provide a somewhat fuller and rounder hand position, which should be interesting especially for use with gloves. Large 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. Small 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. Accessories: 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 Lanyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Sebenza
Size: Small
Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Bog Oak 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. Large 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. Small 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. Accessories: Chris Reeve Clip Insert and ScrewChris Reeve BackspacerChris Reeve Body Screw KitChris Reeve Pocket ClipChris Reeve GreaseChris Reeve Body ScrewChris Reeve Lanyard classic for Sabenza and UmnumzaanLanyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Sebenza Macassar Ebony
Size: Small
Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Macassar Ebony available in Large or Small Wood inlay on the front and back Clip sits slightly diagonal on the 31 It was a sunny day in Idaho when Chris Reeve Knives decided to discontinue the Sebenza 21, one of their most popular and beloved pocket knives. The knife community was shocked and disappointed. But the visionaries at Chris Reeve Knives (CRK) had already been working on a worthy successor: the Sebenza 31.The new model wasn't just an update of the old Sebenza. It was an embodiment of CRK's values and beliefs that had been honed over the years. The new inlays on the front were proof of that. The wooden back inlay was reminiscent of the Inkosi model, while the large inlay on the show side described a wide arc over the handle of the knife. It was a work of art that ergonomically hugged the hand and made the heart race.  But that wasn't all. The revised closure with the ceramic ball was a new technology. The hardness of that ball was in an almost unmeasurable range, preventing long-term wear and tear. And the absence of the hole on the presentation side of the knife and the adjusted pocket clip were further proof that CRK had perfected the Sebenza 31 down to the smallest detail. But the most important thing was that the Sebenza 31 continued to embody CRK's values and beliefs. It was a knife built for eternity, a knife that would serve you faithfully and master the adventures and challenges of life with you. Whether large or small, the Sebenza was and is a faithful companion that never disappoints. And so the Sebenza 31 will continue to dominate the knife community and capture the hearts of its owners. Because at CRK, it's not just about knives. It's about art, technology, and the beauty of craftsmanship. Accessories: Chris Reeve Clip Insert and ScrewChris Reeve BackspacerChris Reeve Body Screw KitChris Reeve Pocket ClipChris Reeve GreaseChris Reeve Body ScrewChris Reeve Lanyard classic for Sabenza and UmnumzaanLanyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Backpacker Black Canvas Micarta Drop Point
Chris Reeve Backpacker Black Canvas Micarta Drop Point Drop Point Blade Micarta handle detachable handles with Kydex sheath

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Chris Reeve Backpacker Natural Canvas Micarta Drop Point
Chris Reeve Backpacker Natural Canvas Micarta Drop Point Drop Point Blade Micarta handle detachable handles with Kydex sheath

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Chris Reeve Large Inkosi Tanto
Size: Large
Chris Reeve Large Inkosi TantoThe Inkosi from the house of Chris Reeve, the Integral Lock was further developed and also the design compared to the Sebenza 21 was slightly changed. Not many knife manufacturers enjoy such a high reputation as the family business based in Idaho.There is probably hardly any other knife which delivers a similarly high level of quality over decades. Accessories: Chris Reeve Clip Insert and Screw Chris Reeve Backspacer Chris Reeve Body Screw Kit Chris Reeve pocket clip Chris Reeve Grease Chris Reeve Inkosio Lanyard with Bead Chris Reeve Body Screw

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Chris Reeve Inyoni Black Canvas Micarta Drop Point
Chris Reeve Inyoni Black Canvas Micarta Drop Point  Drop Point Blade Micarta handle detachable handles with Kydex sheath

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Chris Reeve Inkosi Droppoint
Size: Large
Chris Reeve Inkosi Droppoint Small Inkosi with new S45VN steel Compact EDC knife InkosiChris Reeve's classic is clearly the Sebenza - but with the Inkosi, the manufacturer takes the next logical step. While these knives may look quite similar at first glance, on closer inspection the Inkosi turns out to be an independent and progressive knife, which in no way needs to shy away from comparison with the Sebenza 21. The most striking innovation can be found on the handle. Here are two pronounced finger recesses that give your hand a more secure grip when working with the knife and give you more control in the cutting movement. The lock is still the Integral Lock invented by Chris Reeve, which has been improved by a decisive detail in the Inkosi. In order to prevent the softer titanium from coming into direct contact with the blade's hardened CMP S45VN steel, the detent ball (which is made of an extremely hard ceramic) was placed in such a way that it also serves as a contact point for the lock. This eliminates the possibility of wear and tear on the titanium. Another innovation is the grinding of the blade. Where Reeve has almost always relied on a hollow grind in the past, you'll now find a mixture of hollow and flat grinds used on the Inkosi, which the manufacturer calls "Large Hollow Grind" and which is supposed to provide more stability to the cutting edge. Together with the oversized blade axis and the huge bronze washers, the Inkosi turns out to be an incredibly stable knife that you can also use for really tough cutting tasks. SmallSmall hands? Little space in your pocket? Not in the mood for a big titanium folder? Then the small version of the Inkosi is the solution for you. Just like the Sebenza, the Inkosi is available in two different sizes and the small version is also a full-fledged and highly functional pocket knife, which does not have to hide from the large version in the slightest. Quite the opposite: especially in urban everyday life, many prefer a somewhat more compact knife for everyday cutting tasks. Only if you have very large hands (glove size 10 and up) do you perhaps prefer the large version of the Inkosis. In direct comparison with the Sebenza 31 Small, the Inkosi Small is about 1cm shorter. DropointThe classic Reeve blade shape as it has been produced for 30 years now. Works wonderfully in almost all areas and is very cutting thanks to the hollow grind. Accessories: Chris Reeve Clip Insert and Screw Chris Reeve Backspacer Chris Reeve Body Screw Kit Chris Reeve Pocket Clip Chris Reeve Grease Chris Reeve Inkosio Lanyard with Bead Chris Reeve Body Screw

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Chris Reeve Umnumzaan Tanto
Chris Reeve Umnumzaan Tanto - The Boss This is how the word "Umnumzaan" from the Zulu language of South Africa could be translated into German.And Reeve do not promise too much: the Umnumzaan is really the boss of the Reeve folding knives.Unlike the Sebenza 21 or the Inkosi, the blasted titanium handle has been given a milled pattern, which makes for a cool look on the one hand and more grip on the other.The shape has also been made more ergonomic to achieve an even better hand position. When closing the Umnumzaans Chris Reeve Knives have come up with something special: the Detentball, which was made of an extremely hard ceramic, also serves as a contact point to the blade root when the knife is open.This ensures that the softer titanium does not wear out over the years when it comes into contact with the hardened steel. At the same time, an overtravel stop has been incorporated, which ensures that the locking mechanism is not accidentally overstretched when unlocked. The hollow ground blade made of CPM S35VN steel, co-developed by Chris Reeve, is as stable as it is cutting-friendly and, thanks to the recesses placed on the back of the blade, proves to be very easy to grip.The thumb can therefore be comfortably placed on the blade to exert more pressure on the cut material.The thumb pins on both sides not only serve as an opening aid, but also ensure a defined blade stop when open, while the rubber coating of the pins protects the titanium from scratches.As with all other Reeve folding knives, the Umnumzaan has the typical defined blade action where you feel like the blade is running on glass. When the knife is closed, the blade root acts as a glass breaker, which further emphasizes the tactical character of the Umnumzaan. Reeve have actually created a knife with the Umnumzaan, which on the one hand is incredibly sturdily constructed, but on the other hand still displays an excellent cutting performance. So if you are looking for a really massive folding knife, the Umnumzaan might be interesting for you. TantoHardly any Tanto blade is as universally applicable as Chris Reeve's interpretation. Thanks to its slightly bulbous shape, this blade combined the cutting ability of a droppoint blade with the sturdiness (especially in the tip) of a tanto knife. Accessories: Chris Reeve Umnumzaan O-Rings Chris Reeve Umnumzaan Backspacer Pin and Screw Kit Chris Reeve Lanyard classic for Sebenza and Umnumzaan Chris Reeve Backspacer Chris Reeve pocket clip Chris Reeve Grease Chris Reeve Body Screw Lenyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Inkosi Insingo
Size: Large
Chris Reeve Inkosi Insingo The Integral Lock of the Chris Reeve Inkosi has been further developed and the design has been slightly changed compared to the Sebenza 21. Not many knife manufacturers enjoy such a high reputation as the family business based in Idaho. There is hardly any other knife which delivers a similarly high level of quality over decades. Blade shape: InsingoLock: Framelock Accessories: Chris Reeve Clip Insert and Screw Chris Reeve Backspacer Chris Reeve Body Screw Kit Chris Reeve pocket clip Chris Reeve Grease Chris Reeve Inkosio Lanyard with Bead Chris Reeve Body Screw

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Chris Reeve Large Inkosi Drop Point Lefthand
Chris Reeve Large Inkosi Drop Point Lefthand Left hand version (Framelock sits on the other side) S45VN steel Solid titanium handle With the Inkosi from the house of Chris Reeve, the Integral Lock was further developed and also the design compared to the Sebenza 21 was changed somewhat. Not many knife manufacturers enjoy such a high reputation as the family business based in Idaho. There is hardly any other knife which delivers a similarly high level of quality over decades. Blade shape: Droppoint Handle: Plaine Jane

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Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Canvas Micarta black
Size: Small
Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Canvas Micarta black available in Large or Small Micarta inlay on the front and back Clip sits slightly diagonal on the 31 Ceramic Ball Detent Of course there is also a model with inlays for the Sebenza 31 besides the "Plane Jane". Two versions are currently available, one with Natural Canvas Micarta and the variant presented here in Black Micarta. While the rear Micarta 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 Micarta inlays also provide a somewhat fuller and rounder hand position, which should be interesting especially for use with gloves. Large 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. Small 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. Accessories: 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 Lanyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Umnumzaan Lefthand
Chris Reeve Umnumzaan Lefthand Lefthand Version! Framelock Folder

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Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 Plain Linkshand
Size: Small
Sebenza 31 Lefthand available in Large or Small Reeve Integral Lock with ceramic ball on the lockbar Blade steel: CPM S35 VN Clip Design: Off-set (on the 31 the clip is now diagonal and no longer straight) Actually, the Large Sebenza 31 should be available from the end of October. Unfortunately the delivery is delayed. Chris Reeve is so busy that they are behind schedule. I'm afraid we won't get the Sebenza 31 until 2020. :( When the end of the Sebenza 21 was proclaimed in June 2019 and its successor, the Sebenza 31, was introduced, this news went through the knife scene like a drumbeat. After all, new introductions of the manufacturer from Idaho are already very rare. 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. Accessories: 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 Lanyard Pin

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Chris Reeve Sebenza 31
Blade Shape: Tanto | Size: Small
Sebenza 31 Available in Large or SmallReeve Integral Lock with ceramic ball on lockbarBlade Steel: Magnacut Clip Design: Off-set (on the 31, the clip now sits diagonally rather than straight) When in June 2019 the end of the Sebenza 21 was proclaimed and with the Sebenza 31 the successor was presented, this message went like a drumbeat through the knife scene. Finally, new introductions of the manufacturer from Idaho are already very rare. If it is then still about the heritage 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, it is noticeable that the hole on the presentation side of the knife is now omitted - something that many Reeve fans have long wished for. The slightly altered 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 range that can hardly be measured, preventing long-term wear at the contact point of the lockbar.. To improve the hand position of the Sebenza once again a little, the recessed grip on the front was ground a little differently. All in all, we can say: yes, the new model rightly bears the venerable name Sebenza and can effortlessly tie in with the popular 21 series.. Small or Large? Just like its predecessor, 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 placement 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.  Please note:The photos are of the Large version in each case..

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Chris Reeve Impinda
Chris Reeve Impinda Slipjoint The Impinda is almost a sensation for fans of the Chris Reeve Knives brand. This is mainly due to the fact that the cycles in which Reeve introduce new models can be very long - sometimes we are talking about decades. Now the Impinda is a brand new model on the market, which was designed by Tim Reeve together with knife legend Bill Harsey. The two use the usual design language of the manufacturer and deliver a model that fits seamlessly into the product line of Chris Reeve. By the way, the prototype of this model was a Slipjoint that Harsey built for his son when he started his job at NASA. The great thing about the Impinda is that because the blade is not locked, you can carry this knife with you every day perfectly legally. What's interesting is that while the knife is relatively easy to open, you have to apply significantly more pressure to close it. This is due to the special back spring, which is made of CPM S35VN steel just like the blade. Here it takes about 2.5 Kg of pressure to close the knife again, which ensures safe working. As usual with Reeve, the blade runs on large bronze washers, which allows the blade to run silky smooth. Thanks to the hollow grind, the Impinda proves to be highly cutting and once again shows that Chris Reeve Knives is all about knife performance. Together with the newly designed titanium pocket clip, the Impinda is an all-around cutting tool for those looking for an unlocked pocket knife of the highest manufacturing quality. Bill Harsey - The old school William "Bill" Harsey is a true original of the US knifemaking scene. Born in Oregon in 1955, Harsey has worked with companies such as CRKT, Gerber and Spartan Blades, among others, and is considered one of the most renowned knife makers in the world.Especially his combat knives for the Army Special Forces and the collaboration with Chris Reeve on models such as the "Green Baret" released in 2003 or the "Pacific" from 2007, achieved great fame. Accessories: Chris Reeve replacement clip for Impinda Chris Reeve Body Screw KitChris Reeve Grease

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