The Kizer Microlith Ki2533A2 is a light-weight and compact EDC knife, designed by Nick Swan. Despite its sleek lines the knife looks friendly. That is also the result of its modest size. The 6.3 cm blade is large enough for many daily tasks. At the same time its limited size makes it incredibly light-weight. It almost disappears in your pocket.
To make sure it won't the handle is enhanced with a nicely milled pocket clip. The short clip has a sturdy design which ensures that it will nicely stick to the edge of your pocket. Kizer selected carbon fibre for the handle. And not just any type of carbon fibre: this is unidirectional carbon fibre. This means that the layers are not woven together, but lay on top of each other. Combined with the convex handle this leaves you with a cool look and feel.
The blade is made from CPM S35VN. A premium type of American steel that retains its sharpness well. You can open the Kizer Microlith with the flipper or the thumb hole. Ball bearings ensure that it moves smoothly, and because of the liner lock the blade won't accidentally close. With the Microlith Kizer has introduced a practical and light-weight pocket knife, for an amazing price.
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Tuesday 28 April 2020
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