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CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, CR-2356

CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, CR-2356
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CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, 4.03" black tanto fixed blade, black glass filled nylon handle, 7.69" overall.
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Columbia River Knife and Tool: CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, CR-2356


The illustrated CRKT Knife is the CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, designed by Ed Halligan, that features a 4.03" modified tanto blade made of 8Cr13MoV stainless steel, .150" thick, with a Rockwell hardness of 58-59. The blade of this CRKT knife has a hollow grind and a non reflective black oxide coat. The Sweet KISS Knife has a black glass filled nylon handle with checkered and grooved texturing for secure grip, and a lanyard hole with leather lanyard. A black polypropylene sheath with neck lanyard is included with this CRKT Knife. The Sweet KISS Knife has an overall length of 7.69", and it weighs 2.3 ounces; 3.0 ounces with the sheath.

From the CRKT website: The Sweet K.I.S.S.® is designed by the master of minimalism, Ed Halligan. This neck knife maintains a low profile and rides light around the neck, yet it's big enough to perform when you need it. The small fixed blade knife has a modified tanto blade with a black oxide finish that is discreet and unassuming. The tough, glass filled nylon handle scales are textured for exceptional grip and they're removable with a Torx screwdriver. A pressed leather lanyard adds a subtle accent to the butt of the blade and adds real estate when drawing the knife quickly.

Columbia River Knife and Tool: CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, CR-2356

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BRANDCRKT Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFixed, Neck
OVERALL LENGTH7.69"
BLADE LENGTH4.03"
BLADE STEEL8Cr13MoV
DESIGNEREd Halligan
WEIGHT2.3 oz.
STEEL TYPEStainless Steel
Product Field 382516
AVERAGE RATING100
NUMBER OF REVIEWS1
CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, CR-2356
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CRKT Sweet KISS Knife, CR-2356
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Just the right size and handle shape to be a great EDC. While elegantly proportioned the stiffness of the blade and tang is quite robust. Great grind with a razor edge out of the box. After a day in the kitchen and edge is still slick. Sheath has two definite resistance points when withdrawing the blade. I don't know if this is intentional or just a point that gets hit by the ricasso on the way out. If found to be annoying, a light pass on the inside of the bottom seam with a V shaped scraper will suffice. Overall, extremely happy with design and value for the buck.
 

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