There’s a reason why a grail knife like the Chris Reeve Sebenza 31 has stayed on top over the years. The combination of great design, flawless manufacturing, and a wide range of exotic materials and construction makes the the knife worth the price.
You can choose from Small or Large versions. The large comes with a 3.625 inch blade made of premium CPM S45VN steel. It has a unique drop point shape that allows for flexibility in cutting, slicing and piercing tasks. The blade is also stonewashed to give it a timeless, sleek look. A thumb stud is included with the base Sebenza for deployment. It comes in metallic blue.
The Reeve Integral Lock mechanism holds the blade in place once it is deployed. It is similar to a framelock but with a ceramic ball-detent. Its iconic handle, which is an integral (single-piece construction), is made of bead blasted Titanium. The titanium pocket clip makes it easy to carry around with you for EDC.