The LionSteel KUR is a stunning Italian pocket knife, designed by Michele 'moletta' Pensato. The beautiful lines in this design stand out. This typical example of Italian design doesn't only look amazing, it also feels great in hand. The handle is made from G10. For extra grip the handle is enhanced with a nice grip pattern. The blade is made from Sleipner steel from Austria. This is type of tool steel that is known for the great balance between sharpness retention and strength. Do, however, be careful around acids, moisture and salt: tool steel is not completely stainless. So clean and dry it after use. The blade is enhanced with a cool stonewashed finish. As such traces of use don't stand out. So a perfect choice for daily use.
The blade runs on ball bearings and therefore moves smoothly. As such it is not that surprising it opens quickly with the help of the flipper. When opened the blade is kept in place by a solid liner lock. A great technical detail for the enthusiasts: the KUR is enhanced with a ceramic detent ball. Ceramics is even harder than steel and prevents wear and tear in the long run.
You can carry the LionSteel KUR with help of the subtle pocket clip. With it you can carry it deep inside your pocket. The attachment of the clip is nicely hidden in the titanium backspacer. As such you won't be bothered by ugly mounting holes. The LionSteel KUR is a great knife for daily use. An epitome of Italian design, combined with technical perfection.