Kershaw Knives released a new pocket folder knife the Parsec model 2035 which looks futuristic and sharp!
Kershaw Knives states “A stonewashed, brown PVD finish on both blade and handle give the Parsec has an attractive industrial look that just begs to be put to work.
The slim blade offers versatile cutting and is perfect for a full range of slicing tasks.
The slightly dropped point strengthens the tip for strong and efficient piercing.
The blade steel is quality 8Cr13MoV that takes and holds a sharp edge for a long time and opens one-handed with our KVT ball-bearing opening and a flipper.
To minimize snags in your pocket, the flipper is low profile, yet with enough leverage for quick and easy opening.
The steel handle’s futuristic lines are as practical as they are attention-getting.
The contours fit the hand nicely. Extra jimping on the lockbar provides traction and makes it easier to close your blade when the work is done.
The Parsec’s unique pivot, with horizontal machining and matte-blue PVD finish, distinguishes this outstanding pocketknife.
Matching matte-blue tube spacers add another touch of color to the knife. For convenient pocket carry, the pocketclip is left/right reversible.”
– KVT ball-bearing opening
– Frame lock
– Reversible pocketclip (right/left, tip-up)
– Custom blue PVD pivot and tube spacers
– Steel: 8Cr13MoV, stonewashed brown PVD finish
– Handle: Stainless steel, stonewashed brown PVD finish
– Blade Length: 3 in. (7.6 cm)
– Closed Length: 4.1 in. (10.4 cm)
– Overall Length: 7.1 in. (18 cm)
– Weight: 3.5 oz. (99.2 g)