Item #: 10125
There is a reason why this blade won the Most Innovative Knife Design. Custom-made by Massachusetts based John Kubasek, this knife has to be put in your hands to be truly appreciated. Unfolded the knife is a little over 6 inches long but folded up it’s just 3.4” x 1.7". It’s the thickness of just three credit cards, so it can fit in a wallet, hence the name “Creditor”. All it takes is removing the belt clip.
The knife uses a Delrin ball detent so it will lock when opened and pressing down on the side of the handle unlocks it. The back has a belt clip which will also allow you to use it as a money clip to hold a couple of cards and some bills.
The blade is made of a real carbon fiber laminate and D2 tool steel with a Rockwell hardness of 59-60. The handle is made out of 6AL4V titanium with a small piece of carbon fiber in the corner, while the clip is black stainless steel. The use of carbon fiber and titanium make this weigh just 39 grams or less than 2 ounces.
39 grams (1.38 ounces)
John started crafting knives in 1988 after the cutlery factory he worked on shut down. Making knives was a way for him to express himself by taking raw materials and creating one of the most used tools in everyday life.