Known as "the King of solid knives," Lion Steel's TiSpine is no different from the company's quality knife models. Designed in collaboration with Robert Young Pelton, an author, documentary filmmaker, and journalist, the TiSpine combines elegance with function in even the toughest conflict zones. At an overall length of 7.68 inches and weight of 3.53 ounces, its size and features make it an elegant piece to carry.
The blade is made of ELMAX steel, giving it a Rockwell Hardness of 59-60, giving the blade better retention. The blade length is 3.35 inches, with a thickness of .14 inches. The knife's spearpoint shape allows for effortless slicing, piercing, and penetrating cuts. Its satin finish hides wear well, and reduces glare from the blade. In addition, ELMAX steel retains excellent corrosion and wear resistance.
The frame of the TiSpine is where Lion Steel's ingenuity comes in: using 3D machining, the frame is made completely as a monolithic titanium (6Al4V) frame with frame lock system, making the knife solid and robust, with minimal parts. The handle is fully machines and anodized, featuring artful grooves for aesthetics and ergonomic handling. To deploy, the blade features a rectangular cut out, which allows for easy deployment in both hands. Paired with the filed thumb rest, the knife fits and grips well in either hand. The removable titanium pocket clip and lanyard hole allows for flexibility in carrying the knife.
By purchasing the Lion Steel TiSpine from KnifeArt, you are guaranteed complete satisfaction and a fast delivery. 95% of all our orders are shipped the same day, so you can expect your knife to arrive quickly. As an authorized seller of Lion Steel knifes, you can be confident in receiving an authentic, genuine TiSpine. To learn more about our satisfaction guarantee policy, contact us.
I have traded/sold all of my previous frame lock knives and thought I would never get another. For some reason, I just never liked the concept. It would unnerve me to see the locking bar wear down and become stuck after strongly squeezing the handle while the blade was open. So I became a SAK (inexpensive and useful) and fixed blade person. I saw a knife called the Lochsa folder by Scott Cook and it was very close in appearance to a Reeve Sebenza. I guess the two worked together in the past. I was intrigued at the solid piece of titanium and always wanted one. I was never able to acquire a Lochsa folder but when this knife came out, I thought about it for three years and finally pulled the trigger. The steel was what finalized the decision. Razor sharp elmax. Great design for skinning. I plan on giving it great use this fall. Elmax is known for corrosion resistance and titanium is as well.
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