- Folding knife with S30V stainless steel blade coated with black tungsten DLC
- SpeedSafe ambidextrous assisted opening system for easy 1-handed opening
- G-10 handle with textured, matte-black scales for secure grip
- Quad mounting system allows tip-up, tip-down, left- or right-handed carry
- Blade measures 3-1/4 inches; overall length of 7-5/8 inches; weighs 6.2 ounces
Zero Tolerance G10 Handle with Speed Safe Review:
There were more than forty customers who gave their feedback on this folding tactical knife, and the average rating was a high 4.6 stars. Only two of these reviewers gave it ratings below 4.0 stars, while the majority expressed their approval by giving it perfect 5.0-star ratings.
The reviewers were generally impressed with Zero Tolerance knives, and this one in particular was described as the “latest superstar” of the line. One of the buyers went on to describe the model in comparison to its other counterparts: this was reportedly flatter in design compared to an earlier model, and that it made a nice, reassuring sound whenever it was opened and locked up. He said that carrying this on a daily basis was “pure joy” for him, as it worked great in just about any pair of pants. The flat construction of the knife was commended for resulting in its riding close onto the person’s leg without making any flopping movements. The pocket clip was also commended for being excellent and stiff, and the knife was found to be very lightweight. The SpeedSafe opening mechanism was also complimented for being very fast at opening the knife; one buyer described it as an “awesome” feature. One reviewer described this knife as obviously constructed to last through several generations. Another reviewer confirmed that the steel held its edge beautifully, and shared how he carried it with him everyday for his shipping industry job. It was also commended for arriving razor sharp, and showing no sign of wear and tear even after having been used to cut through just about anything. At least two of the reviewers described this as one of the best knives they had ever used, quickly rising to favorite status.
Meanwhile, one reviewer who gave it a low rating conceded that the handle and ergonomics were great, but that the handle seemed too small for his hands. Despite that, he commented that it was still comfortable, but that he was not too happy because the knife came with its blade in a dull state. He said he was going to return the knife, but he was disappointed at the lack of quality control, given how he knew the company was very meticulous about every part of their knives. Other than that, there seemed to be no major issue brought up for this knife.