Kizer Cyber Blade Folding Knife Green Micarta Handle M390 Plain Edge V2563A3

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Overall Length: 5.67"

Blade Length: 2.16"

Blade Thickness: 0.138"

Blade Material: M390

Plain Edge

Green Micarta Handle

Weight: 3.0oz

Designed By: Yue

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  • 4
    Different, functional, flawed

    Posted by Chas Metivier on 31st May 2022

    I picked this little guy up just because it is so different. Despite it's appearance, it is very functional. But first I would like to address the left/right issue with knives from China. I am left handed and once I started buying Chinese made knives, I quickly learned that very few had a left side clip/carry option unlike American brands such as Spyderco and SOG just to name two. According to Google, only 3.5 present of Chinese are lefty's as apossed to 10 percent of Americans. So, to make all my knives the same to carry, I switched all the clips, that had the option, back to right side tip up and carry them in my left pocket. Done. I am totally use to it, no big deal. So back to the cyber. It is right side clip only and a rt. side plastic thumb stud that is NOT switchable. No big deal to me, the thumb studs makes left middle finger flicking easier as the hole is really large and ones finger can get stuck in it. I always open it this way. But, I think Kizer should have included a left side thumb stud as an option. Back to the clip. It is really shallow and strong, very difficult to get over jeans. It is getting better with use and I put a tiny washer under it to help. The blade is way cool and a great cutter. I mean m390 at this price point is fantastic. And also fantastic is the Blk micarta. Kiser always does great micarta. Both grippy and smooth and soft like fabric. The corners are a bit sharp but a little touch with a dremel and done. Action is exceptional, very figgity and light. Perhaps it didn't need a glass breaker, I mean really, who needs a glass breaker if your not a first responder. I would have liked a lanyard hole. All this being said, I do really like the knife and use it often on my work bench cutting cord or leather. It is fun to flick open for sure and I would buy it again.

  • 5
    Kizer Cyber Blade

    Posted by Frank on 8th Mar 2022

    The coolest knife in my collection...sweet knife.

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