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CRKT Crossbones 7530 pocket knife, Jeff Park design

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Article number CK-7530

CRKT Crossbones 7530 pocket knife, Jeff Park design

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The CRKT Crossbones is a stylish pocket knife, designed by Jeff Park, employee of Ken Onion. With this pocket knife, you open letters and packages, but you also cut a steak just as fine. Subtle carving, no coarse chopping. Due to its slim profile and low weight, you hardly notice that you carry it with you. In your pocket or the inside pocket of your jacket.

Specifications

Blade length

9 cm

Weight

70 g

Material handle

aluminium

Type of steel

AUS8

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junior champagne, neupré

Saturday, 27 April 2019

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General information

Brand

Colour

grey, silver

Designer

Jeff Park

Can be engraved

Yes

Warranty on materials and manufacturing defects

lifetime

Country of origin

China

Dimensions & weight

Blade height

1.7 cm

Blade length

9 cm

Cutting edge length

8.9 cm

Blade thickness

2.8 mm

Closed length

11.4 cm

Total length

20.4 cm

Weight

70 g

Material

Material handle

aluminium

Type of steel

AUS8

Hardness

59 HRC

Features & functions

Finish blade

satin

Right or left-handed

right-handed

Blade shape

trailing point

Type of edge

plain edge

Tools

knife

Opening system

flipper

Type

everyday carry, gentleman’s knife

Pocket clip

yes, tip-up (right)

Pocket clip position

tip-up

Pocket clip side

right

Lock

liner-lock

Can be opened with one hand

yes

Sharpening angle

23º

Way of sharpening

flat, Secondary V-edge

Number of tools

1

Article number CK-7530

CRKT Crossbones 7530 pocket knife, Jeff Park design

1 Reviews
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