Kizer Lätt Vind Titanium Black Ki4567A1 (3.5" Satin)

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SPECIFICATIONS

  • Model: Lätt Vind
  • Model Number: Ki4567A1
  • Overall Length: 7.875"
  • Designer: Gage
  • Opener: Flipper
  • Blade Style: Spear Point
  • Blade Length: 3.50"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.12"
  • Blade Material: CPM-S35VN
  • Handle Length: 4.375"
  • Handle Material: Titanium
  • Pocket Clip: Tip-Up
  • Weight: 2.73 oz.
  • Frame/Liner: Titanium
  • Color: Black
The Kizer Lätt Vindis designed by Gage, it is a pocket knife with a titanium handle, the handle is strong and durable, and the hollow on the handle provides good grip. Its blade is built with CPM-S35VN Stainless Steel for durability. You can open its blade with front flipper opening method or flipper tab.

Customer Reviews

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Matthew Newberry

Great knife. Looks nice cuts good. Happy with the purchase.

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Jason Roman

Kizer Lätt Vind Titanium Black Ki4567A1 (3.5" Satin)

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Petar Rubcic

Very nice looking edc knife...slim, elegant and light.

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C.
Great knife

I don't know why they show it with writing on the titanium pocket clip but mine doesn't have it, which obviously looks much nicer. $84 is a great deal. Thanks kizer!

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David Portmann
great knife, some nitpicks

first: i bought this knife for less than $100 and at another place, for that price it was a screaming deal and absolutely worth it!
i like how sleek and light this knife is, i like the clean look & design (luckily mine doesn't have that ugly engraving on the clip), also the blade is a great slicer, with good but not aggressive jimping.
i can't say much about how durable the black coating on the handle is, since i bought it only 3 days ago, but for now it seems to hold up.
also the handle has some crazy milling on the inside which is pretty cool.
now to the things i don't like:
even with the milled parts on the outside, the knife feels really slippery, combined with the not so optimal detent (it's pretty light) and the sleek shape (no place for your finger, accidental pressure on lock-bar when flipping) there's a real risk of dropping the knife, which almost happened to me twice.
in the end it is a good and stylish gentleman / office knife and a good performer, but i feel like a liner-lock would've been a better solution (hence the mini version).

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