As Benchmade's flagship model of its titanium framelocking folder, the 765 manual open knife demonstrates beauty in simplicity. Weighing 3.16 ounces and measuring a blade of 3.24" inches, the 765 is a great everyday carry knife for all types of tasks and situations. The 765 is smaller than the proportionally larger 761 model with a 3.73" blade.
The blade itself measures 3.24 inches long and has a thickness of .115 inches. Made with M390 steel for high corrosion resistance, the blade's Rockwell Hardness of 60-62 also provides a high wear resistance, allowing the knife blade great edge retention after lots of use. The drop point profile of the blade is complete with a plain edge and satin finish, which makes the knife well-suited for everyday knife cut tasks through tough or delicate materials, without minimizing control over the blade on the user's part.
The handle is made from blasted gray titanium and measures a length of 4.22 inches and a thickness of .41 inches. The knife opens smoothly thanks to a thrust bearing pivot system, that reduces friction when you open the knife with the one-handed thumb lug. The 765 features Benchmade's monolock mechanism, also called a frame lock, makes the entire structure very strong in function. In addition, the handle features a titanium pocket clip and comes with a lanyard hole as well.
The Benchmade 765 makes for a great standard carry while looking simple and elegant in its design. As an authorized dealer of Benchmade knives, your 765 is backed with our satisfaction guarantee policy that promises you a well-built and authentic knife, or your money back. With same business day and free shipping, you'll receive your 765 with speed as well.