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Kizer Vagnino Zipslip G10

18+ UK Friendly carry
£64.95
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A revolution in slip-joint construction! The Kizer Vagnino Zipslip G10. Custom knife makers Michael Vagnino and Tom Ferry have collaborated on a brand new knife mechanism called the "Ever Flush Spring" concept. The design includes a slit in the backbar creating the spring and upper tang stop meaning the backbar stays in place during opening and closing. Open the blade and watch the back bar stay in place and motionless.


Kizer have now produced this superb UK legal carry knife with G10 handle scales in a choice of black, orange or blue and an N690 stainless steel blade.

SKU
KIV3507N-$$
Brand:
Kizer
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
7.4000
Overall Length (cm)
17.3000
Blade Material:
N690 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.28
Cutting Edge:
6.5
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length (cm)
10.0000
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
G10
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight (g)
105
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2019-06-14 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
64.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
One Handed Opening:
Yes

Description


A revolution in slip-joint construction! The Kizer Vagnino Zipslip G10. Custom knife makers Michael Vagnino and Tom Ferry have collaborated on a brand new knife mechanism called the "Ever Flush Spring" concept. The design includes a slit in the backbar creating the spring and upper tang stop meaning the backbar stays in place during opening and closing. Open the blade and watch the back bar stay in place and motionless.


Kizer have now produced this superb UK legal carry knife with G10 handle scales in a choice of black, orange or blue and an N690 stainless steel blade.

Specification


SKU
KIV3507N-$$
Brand:
Kizer
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length (cm)
7.4000
Overall Length (cm)
17.3000
Blade Material:
N690 Stainless Steel
Blade Thickness (cm)
0.28
Cutting Edge:
6.5
Grind:
Flat
Sheath:
No
UK Friendly Carry:
Yes
Closed Length (cm)
10.0000
Pocket Clip:
Yes
Handle Material:
G10
Blade Type:
Plain
Blade Shape:
Drop Point
Blade Finish:
Satin
Product Weight (g)
105
Lock Type:
Non-locking
Newest:
2019-06-14 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
64.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
14 - 21 Days
One Handed Opening:
Yes

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Reviews


  • 4
    Good product

    Posted by Gareth on 12th Nov 2020

    Bought this for a work knife. I have cut loads of electrical cables scrapping old equipment and the blade just needed a slight sharpen after task. It was not razer sharp but ok from new. The knife is not a great knife for cutting fruit as it is quite a thick blade. The knife is heavy enough to stay in your pocket when clipped on pocket. Good knife for the price.

  • 5
    Decent slipjoint

    Posted by James A on 12th Oct 2020

    Like the design. Does the job. Legal carry. Everything I need from a knife.

  • 5
    Great little knife

    Posted by Jon M on 26th Aug 2020

    Ordered mine last week when I saw them back in stock, had been going to order blue or orange, but in the end went with black, as most of the ones I've seen are blue. Packaging is great, paperwork, cleaning cloth etc, almost Boker quality. The knife itself was smaller than I expected it to be, I'm guessing that the YouTube reviewers must have pretty tiny hands. It's a nice fit in the hand though, and the quality and fit and finish of materials is great, and the blade grind/centering spot on. The spring wasn't as weak as I'd expected either, it's still weak, but not as insipid as I'd been led to believe it was going to be, and with an index finger in either of the choils you will be safe enough. The one hand deployment is tricky, bit once you've fiddled with it then there is a knack to it, and it becomes second nature. The non-90 degree half stop may not be to everyones taste, but I don't mind it at all. This fits somewhere between a traditional slipjoint in so far as not looking as threatening as say a Spyderco UKPK, but still has the one hand opening and choil-safety feature of that style of knife. Overall, very pleased, will rotate this with my UKPK and Pioneer X Alox

  • 5
    Quality Knife

    Posted by Byrdie on 2nd Aug 2020

    Having spent the best part of my life carrying cheaper knives usually in the £10-£20 range this was certainly a step up, and the difference in quality is apparent. The overall feel of the knife in hand is really nice and it feel substantial and secure without being too heavy. Really sharp out of the box and no play in the blade. The pocket clip is perfect, nice and tight and doesn’t allow the knife to be seen when clipped into a jean pocket. The two things I would change - 1) The packaging. The knife comes in a nice looking cardboard box with instructions/warranty and a cleaning cloth, but the knife itself is in a cheap moulded plastic tray almost like you would expect to find in a tin of biscuits At Christmas. 2) The handle. The back of the handle is quite sharp - not like the blade, but square rather than chamfered meaning if opening and closing this knife regularly you may well get a sore area on your hand. For me this is at the base of my little finger. Two minor gripes on what is otherwise a really quality product.

  • 5
    Outstanding knife.

    Posted by Mark on 1st May 2020

    I purchased the blue zipslip, and I have to say the quality is outstanding, can't believe its £65 could so easily be £100+, awesome blade very sharp out of the box, even grind, scales feel amazing, love the fact there's no movement on the spine with open/close, looks and feels great in the hand, nice deep carry clip, one hand open after a bit of practice is smooth. I would definitely recommend this knife.

  • 5
    It grows on you BIG style!

    Posted by Kev Broon on 27th Feb 2020

    Did I say BIG? I couldn't think of a word to both convey how solid this thing feels and how much you'll come to like it in the title. Oh aye right, the review... As a knife the blade is nice & slicey for EDC tasks but feels strong enough to handle HD tasks too, I'll explain why later. The handle is solid & feels warm almost, like a natural wood but obviously with more robust qualities that you'll get with a synthetic material. There isn't a 'show' side as the only difference is the pocket clip on one side, the pivot and torx screws are identically faced. Incidentally the pocket clip is very deep carry with no logos whatsoever, absolutely perfect to me. One modification I insist you make is to fit a thumb stud. It's not as easy as you'd think to open it one hand with the thumb hole and it really turns this knife into a 'fidget fiddlers' *** dream! The action and sound this thing makes just opening & closing is addictive. I've got BB flippers that aren't as satisfying as this. Also when actually using it as a knife (I know...my bad!) the grip you get with the tip of your thumb on the stud and index finger in the choil is amazing hence I said you could use it for HD tasks too. Seriously, get this knife. Only negative I can say is my right middle finger would have preferred it if the 1/2 stop was actually a 1/2 stop but hey, pain heals & chicks dig scars, right?!

  • 5
    The perfect EDC?

    Posted by theredrocket on 27th Jan 2020

    I was going for the Manly Wasp, but I found that while it was a nice blade, it was too hard to open and didn't really have the finish I was hoping for. Not this issue with the Zipslip. The opening and closing is divide, giving a satisfying tap-click when it closes. The blade is sharp out of the box and coms in a matt style. Not to everyone's taste, but I like it. I also like the hole for opening the blade. It feels very comfortable in the hand too. There's a trade-off on spring. I don't want something to tight, so this is just right for me. The overall finish is lovely too. Not quite perfect (the blade was maybe a mm out of dentral alignment and one of the rivets is ever so slightly rough), but overall it feels high quality and well machined. Is it the perfect EDC? It completely depends what you want out of a knife. For me, having something that is mostly for urban use, with the odd bit of gardening and diy tasks, it's ideal.

  • 5
    Perfect

    Posted by Rachael on 2nd Aug 2019

    Just received mine today and its perfect in every way it is an absolutely flawless knife this has got to be the best knife I have owned so far ,I'm a very happy bunny especially at the incredible price it now is ,so if you haven't yet I highly recommend you get your self one of these awesome knives

  • 4
    Recommended

    Posted by Gre9J on 30th Jul 2019

    I bought this Kizer Vagnino Zipslip G10 on impulse because something impressed me about the pictures on Heinnie Haynes' website despite the Kizer brand being unknown to me. I have a similar knife that I use and like as an EDC - the original(?) Spyderco UK Penknife with G10 scales, also purchased from Heinnie Haynes - and I thought this might be an interesting alternative. HH delivered in the usual fashion - 2 working days from order - with emails keeping me informed at every stage. So what about the knife? This knife is VERY pleasing to look at and handle. The standard of finish exceeds Spyderco in my opinion. Kizer must be spending an amazing amount on getting the details just right - from the complex grinds on the blade, with no less than five laser engravings - what I guess are brand, series, model, blade steel and catalogue number - to the scales and these deserve special mention. Imagine Spyderco G10 - flat with an aggressive texture - well, Kizer's approach seems to be to sculpt G10 in all three dimensions, more smoothly so that it's not as aggressive but remains grippy. I can't detect a burr or unfinished edge anywhere on this knife - including the pocket clip. Add details like the spiral machining on the axis-pin and you have a knife that must be expensive to manufacture. Reservations? Yes, it's not quite as easy to open one-handed as the Spyderco but it's not impossible with care. I haven't used it at all yet, so I can't comment about edge retention and sharpening.The blade on mine is perfectly centred and opens and closes smoothly. I'm not knocking Spyderco, my UK Penknife is serving me well, and I will generally recommend the Spyderco brand. But if you're looking for something similar, with a little more refinement, you should definitely consider this knife. £80 for HH's special edition red G10 UK Penknife vs £65 for this Kizer - tough decision!