Benchmade 111H2O Folder

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Benchmade H2O Folding Knife - Sale - AXISA(R) locking mechanism on folder N680 (57-60HRC) highly corrosion resistant blade steel Modified sheepsfoot blade style with ambidextrous thumb-stud opener and GrivoryA(R) handle scales Blade Length: 3.45" Blade Thickness: 0.114" Handle Thickness: 0.522" Blade Material: N680 Blade Hardness: 57-60HRC Blade Style: Modified Sheepsfoot Weight: 4.90oz. Clip: Tip-Up, Silver Split-Arrow, Reversible Lock Mechanism: AXIS Overall Length: 8.30" Closed Length: 4.62" Sheath Material: Sold Separately Class: Blue

- Massey's Outfitters

After years on the water, you learn a thing or two about gear, and one of the things you learn quickly is that a good knife is worth its weight in gold. Benchmade designed the H20 Knife specifically for kayakers, rafters, and boaters who need a blade with excellent corrosion resistance and a locking mechanism that provides fixed-blade-like security when engaged. Although some boaters may prefer a true fixed blade that can be lashed to their gear, this folder is a compact alternative with a similar blunt-tip blade shape and a size that easily slips into the breast pocket of your PFD.


The Benchmade 111H2O Folder knife offers dexterity, corrosion resistance, cutting ability and edge retention in a design that's perfect for land or water use. 57-60HRC blade steel is highly resistant to corrosion. Ambidextrous thumb-stud opener and grippy Grivory(R) handle scales offer great dexterity. AXIS(R) locking mechanism provides a safety lock in both opened and closed positions.


Benchmade 111H2O Folder


The Benchmade 111H2O Folder is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 30, 2016 at Massey's Outfitters.

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