Pocket knives & Multitools
Chris Reeve Mnandi: the perfect gentleman’s knife
The Chris Reeve Mnandi is a stunning knife. The Mnandi is a little smaller than the small Sebenza 21. However, don’t be fooled by its size. After all, its size, combined with its look, makes it the perfect knife to accompany your outfit!
The Chris Reeve Mnandi: functional design wearing a fancy jacket
The Mnandi is everything we hoped for. Functionality and quality go hand in hand in this stunning design. Characterizing for the Mnandi is the titanium handle. After all, each Mnandi comes with an exclusive inlay. A nice piece of wood, for instance, but also materials such as carbon fibre and ivory. As a result there are many different versions. Stunning details are the interchangeable pocket clip and the pivot enhanced with the Chris Reeve logo. Unlike the Sebenza 21, the Mnandi cannot be opened with one hand. There are, however, some who will be able to, after a little practice. The knife is easiest to open with the nailnick in the S35VN steel blade when you use two hands.
The unparalleled quality of the Chris Reeve knives can easily be spotted when you look at the Mnandi. As a result the Mnandi is a knife for life, which can be passed on to many generations to come. In Zulu Mnandi means ‘very nice’. An incredibly fitting name and a perfect description for this gentleman’s knife. It doesn’t get any classier than the Chris Reeve Mnandi.