• Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum
  • Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum

Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum

Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum
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$41.97 Reg. Price $70.00  
Kershaw Dividend Knife, 3" stonewash 420HC stainless steel drop point with flipper and SpeedSafe Assist, gray anodized aluminum handle with liner lock, 4.25" closed. Made in the USA.
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Kershaw Knives: Kershaw Dividend Knife, Aluminum, KE-1812GRY


The Kershaw Dividend Knife is a smaller scale, slim version of the popular Kersaw Link. The 3" drop point blade is made of 420HC stainless steel with a stonewash finish, a flipper and SpeedSafe Assist for fast ambidextrous one hand opening. The slim gray anodized aluminum handle, 4.25" closed, has steel liners and a decorative molded backspacer for strength, a liner lock, lanyard hole, and a four position pocket clip. The Kershaw Dividend with aluminum handle has an overall open length of 7.25", and it weighs 2.8 ounces. Made in the USA.

Kershaw Knives: Kershaw Dividend Knife, Aluminum, KE-1812GRY
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BRANDKershaw Knives
PRODUCT TYPEKnives
PRODUCT CATEGORYFolding, Assisted
CLOSED LENGTH4.25"
BLADE LENGTH3"
BLADE STEEL420HC
WEIGHT2.8 oz.
STEEL TYPEStainless Steel
Product Field 384001
AVERAGE RATING93.3333333333333
NUMBER OF REVIEWS3
Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum
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Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum
Too big for me
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Seems to be a recent trend with Kershaw folders; most of them exceed 4" closed. Many may like this, but I prefer around 3 3/4" - 4". Based on this, I have probably a half-dozen Kershaws that I've either put away or stuck in my truck or car's glove box. Other than that, it's a great-handling and -looking knife.

One other thing the guy in the video says that bugs me: this is NOT a Wharncliffe blade! I see so many weird blades out today described as Wharncliffes - I think a lot of people don't really understand what a Wharncliffe is.
Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum
My EDC
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Pretty much a knife freak bought the Kershaw
Ken Onion- too big- Spyderco - Benchmade-
and bye far this is my Favorite-- Danny
PS Wife is pissed Tough
Kershaw Dividend 1812GRY Knife Flipper Folder Assisted Opening Aluminum
Even better than the Leek
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Although it's slightly larger and thicker than the standard Leek, the blade seems to hold an edge longer. Like the Leek, it's extremely reliable and quick.
 

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