The Kershaw Atmos is a slim and compact EDC pocket knife, designed by Dmitry Sinkevich. It's so compact that you hardly notice it in your pocket. At the same time, the 7.6 cm blade is long enough to perform lots of everyday tasks, from peeling an apple to opening letters, packages and boxes.
It is made of 8Cr13CoMov steel. This is a tough type of stainless steel that is easy to sharpen. This knife can be opened quickly with the flipper. When opened, a steel liner folds behind the blade to lock it. The handle is made from G10, which is laminated with a thin top layer of carbon fibre. This layer has been milled away from the contours of the handle, creating a special kind of carbon fibre overlay.
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Philippe Poizat, LIMONEST
Tuesday 25 May 2021