1660DAM - Damascus Leek from Kershaw and Ken Onion, Stainless Handle, Damascus Plain Edge Blade
This is a Damascus Leek knife from Kershaw and Ken Onion. Damascus Leeks are few in numbers so you should get it for yourself before it flies off the shelves forever! In fact the simple, yet understated appeal of this undecorated stainless steel knife is very attractive to many knife style lovers. Add the Damascus steel blade and you have one special knife for your collection.
This Kershaw Leek knife is stone washed stainless steel. The handle is made from 410 stainless steel and the blade is made from Damascus steel. It will stand up to wear and tear for many years. The Leek is also a sizeable at about 7 inches when fully opened, while lightweight at about 3.1 ounces.
Any great Kershaw knife has great safety features and this is certainly a Kershaw! Youíll love the frame lock which is designed to hold the Leek blade in position when open. Itís also easy to release the blade using the index opening system or thumb stud. In addition the Tip Safety Lock locks the blade in place when folded down.
The Leek handles are drilled for both tip-up and tip-down clip carry. The clip can be rotated 180ļ .
Locks the blade into position after the blade is deployed. To release the frame lock simply press the spring loaded lock and the blade will easily fold back into the handle.
Tip Safety Lock
The tip lock available on many of the Ken Onion SpeedSafe models provides added security to assure that the blade will not deploy while clipped into your pocket.
Kershaw Leek Specifications:
- Model Number: 1660DAM
- Index Opening....Yes
- Safety Lock....Yes
- Country Of Origin: United States
- Steel......Damascus layered steel
- Handle...410 stainless-steel
- Blade.....3 in. (7.5 cm)
- Closed...4 in. (10.3 cm)
- Weight...3.1 oz.
- Lock...Frame Lock
- Includes a Reversible Pocket Clip
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