The Rike 1507S is a slim, stylish pocket knife, executed in a modern Kwaiken style. The 1507 has lots of striking little details added here and there. For instance, the jimping on the spine of the blade. This gives your thumb more grip while using the knife. The different facets with grip serrations on the rest of the handle also contribute to an excellent grip.
This is a limited edition of the Rike 1507 in M390 steel. Only available while stocks last.
The blade of the Rike 1507 runs on ball bearings. You can quickly open it with the flipper. You'll find a double thumb stud on the blade, but this doesn't actually open the knife. It functions as an external stop pin, stopping the blade when opened and when closed.
The Rike 1507 has a deluxe milled titanium pocket clip. It is designed to allow the knife to slide deep into your pocket, so you can carry this Kwaiken discreetly and safely.
When opened, a solid frame lock will lock the Rike 1507's blade in place. The lockbar has been fitted with a steel insert to prevent the titanium of the frame lock from wearing away at the steel blade. As a result, the lockup consists of steel-on-steel contact, which completely rules out any wear and tear. This insert serves another purpose too: it also works as an over-travel stop. An over-travel stop prevents the lock from getting overstretched when unlocking. This means the locking mechanism will stay in great condition for years to come.
The Rike 1507 is available in various finishes, steel types and blade shapes. This is the version with a drop point blade, M390 steel and a fine stonewashed finish.
The Rike 1507 is an ultra-modern incarnation of the classic Japanese Kwaiken design. Slim, stylish and razor-sharp.