The Zero Tolerance 0230 is a stylish slipjoint pocket knife, designed by Jens Anso. This Danish designer is known for his custom models Haddock and Monte Carlo. This Zero Tolerance 230 looks a lot like those pocket knives. The sheepsfoot/wharncliffe blade, and the, for Jens Anso characterizing, lanyard eye, for instance.
You open the Zero Tolerance 0230 with two hands. When opened a detent-slipjoint locks the blade. This knife also contains a halfstop. A slipjoint doesn't really 'lock' the blade, it only offers resistance from accidentally closing. Combined with the two-handed opening you can legally carry the Zero Tolerance 0230 in many countries.
In terms of materials Zero Tolerance outdid itself. The blade is made from top-quality CPM 20CV-steel. An extremely wear resistant type of steel that retains its sharpness well. 20CV is also stainless. The handle is made from carbon fibre. A very nice quality even!
All in all the Zero Tolerance 0230 is a cool and light-weight gentleman's knife, built in solid Zero Tolerance style.
|Right or left-handed||symmetrical|
|Blade shape||wharncliffe, sheep foot|
Maximilian Veit, Hütschenhausen
Tuesday 24 March 2020
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