SOG Blink

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Weight 2.1 oz
Blade Length 2.25 in x .1 in
Overall Length 5.37 in
Edge Type Straight

Manufacturer's Description

Visit SOG's Blink page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Blink... and you just might miss it. This robust little knife cuts with the 'bigboys' and features a reversible low carry clip. Remember how we all loved our old lock back knives that we grew up with? Today there are so many locks and locking mechanisms to choose from. The SOG Blink represents the best of both worlds, combining the proven design of the lock back with lightning quick blade access. Start to open the knife, and let Blink finish the action with a bang, using one of the surest assisted technologies (S.A.T.) out there! SOG Assisted Technology works through the balance of opposing high-tension coil springs. As one opens the blade the force to propel the knife open becomes greater than the closing force and the blade will open on its own. The end result propels the blade out once the operator has initiated the one-handed opening action. S.A.T. works so well that right-handers can use their left hand equally well to open a folding knife (of course this works oppositely for lefties). The Blink is the fiendishly simple gentleman's knife with a naughty attitude, at its well-mannered price. We warn's addictive. Open it once and you just might find yourself opening and closing it again and again.

- SunnySports

The robust little SOG Blink knife sports lightning-quick blade action and rock-solid lockback design. It's so tiny, if you blink you might miss it! SOG Assisted Technology(TM) propels the blade open when you initiate the 1-handed opening action. Straight-edge, stainless-steel blade features a satin finish. The SOG Blink knife features a hard-anodized aluminum handle with a reversible pocket clip. Please note: this knife is assembled in the United States using a blade made in Taiwan.


SOG Blink


The SOG Blink is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 8, 2013 at SunnySports.

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