The Kizer Feist is a slim, compact gentleman's knife, designed by Justin Lundquist. An elegant pocket knife for daily use. Perfect for peeling an apple or opening a package or letter. It's lightweight, so you'll hardly notice it in your breast pocket or inside pocket.
The blade is made from S35VN steel. At first glance, you can barely perceive an opening mechanism. However, a second glance reveals the subtle front flipper. For some, this can take some getting used to at the beginning, but others will open it immediately, as quickly as a conventional slipper. The ceramic ball bearings around the pivot and in the detent guarantee that the mechanisms will run smoothly for many years. When opened, the frame lock with steel insert will hold the blade firmly in place.
Because the knife has such an understated appearance, a number of details attract attention. The pivot is one such detail. The compact, 3D-milled pocket clip also deserves a compliment. On the lock side, the screws for the backspacer, pocket clip and lockbar insert are all placed in pairs. This gives the design a line, a unifying thread. It's a really nice detail.
|Right or left-handed||right-handed|
|Blade shape||sheep foot|
Friday 20 April 2018
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