Kershaw Knives has recently debuted their latest offering in folder knives with the Dividend that features a multi-steel composite blade.
Kershaw Knives states “The Dividend is more striking than ever with its new Composite Blade and machined and anodized aluminum handle.
Kershaw’s proprietary Composite Blade Technology joins two steels in one blade.
In this case, CPM D2 and Bohler N690. We put the Bohler N690 on the blade upper to take advantage of its corrosion resistance and exceptional hardness.
We put the D2 on the cutting edge to take advantage of its wear resistance, toughness, and excellent edge retention.
Then we permanently joined them in a “toothlike” pattern for warbird-like style.”
– A premium EDC; Made in the USA
– Composite Blade Technology permanently joins two steels in one blade; hard, corrosion resistant N690 on the blade upper, edge-holding D2 on the cutting edge
– Lightweight, strong aluminum handles, machined for a solid grip and anodized in olive
– Easy, one-handed opening with SpeedSafe® assisted opening
– Opening: SpeedSafe® assisted opening with flipper
– Lock: Liner lock
– Pocketclip 4-position deep-carry (right/left; tip-up/down)
– Steel: CPM D2, N690, bead-blasted finish
– Handle: 6061-T6 aluminum, olive anodized
– Blade: 3 in. (7.6 cm)
– Closed: 4.25 in. (10.8 cm)
– Overall: 7.25 in. (18.5 cm)
– Weight: 2.8 oz. (82 g)
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