Kershaw Knives WHIRLWIND Assisted Open Pocket Knife w/ 7.75in OAL

Get your hands on a Kershaw Knives Whirlwind Knife and you won't want to let go. This one will be your constant companion whether you're on the jobsite, working in the garage, or doing chores around the house. The first thing you'll notice is how this big handful of a knife nestles into your palm. The ergonomic design and the tough, glass-filled nylon handle scales of the Kershaw Knives Whirlwind Serrated Knife provide a grip that's comfortable, secure, and ensures that you're always in control of the cut. Next, of course, you'll want to try out the razor-sharp blade. Just push on the thumbstud and-twack!-the SpeedSafe assisted opening mechanism moves the blade out of the handle and it locks securely into place, ready for use. The blade is a classic drop-point with a partially serrated blade, perfect for handling a wide range of tasks. It can take care of pretty much anything you care to throw at it. The blade steel is high-performance 14C28N. Developed in a partnership between Kershaw and Sandvik Steel, 14C28N offers excellent corrosion resistance, hardness, and edge retention. In fact, Sandvik considers this the highest-performance steel available that can still be fine-blanked. But the only way you're going to know for yourself is to get a Kershaw Knives Whirl Wind AO Knifeof your own.

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Specifications for Kershaw Knives Whirlwind, Serrated 1560ST Knife:

Blade length: 3 1/4 in. (8.4 cm)
Closed length: 4 1/2 in. (11.3 cm)
Overall length: 7 3/4 in. (19.7 cm)
Weight: 3.5 oz.

Features of Kershaw Knives Whirlwind AO Knife:

  • SpeedSafe assisted opening
  • Liner lock
  • Thumbstud
  • Single-position pocketclip
  • Steel: Sandvik 14C28N, satin finish
  • Handle: Glass-filled nylon

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Norwood - Add Reply

I have been looking for a small pocket knife that I could flip open with one finger if need me. I could do twice out of about 40 tries. I would really appreciate it if someone can help me how this is supposed to work versus what I am doing wrong.

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