The Gold Standard
Introduced in 2008 for the 21st anniversary of the Sebenza (which was introduced in 1987), the Chris Reeve Small Sebenza 21 was carefully developed to improve upon its predecessors. When it comes to titanium folding knives, the Sebenza is and always will be the gold standard.
What’s unique about the Chris Reeve Knives Sebenza 21 is the sleek and lightweight natural micarta inlays expertly inlaid atop the stonewashed titanium handles. Exquisite in form and highly utilitarian in function, the micarta inlays add a refined touch of class that sets it apart from the rest of the pack.
On the business end, the Chris Reeve Small Sebenza features a razor-sharp 3" hollow-ground Ladder Damascus blade with a versatile drop point shape. Living up to its reputation, the frame-lock is “bank-vault” solid and the flipping action is glass-smooth and amazingly responsive. It’s simply one of those things where you’ve to experience it for yourself to truly appreciate the amount of engineering and effort involved.
While it’s easy to wax lyrical about the Sebenza’s outstanding specifications on paper, what defines a Sebenza is the amount of care and consideration that goes into its creation. It’s no surprise then that “Sebenza” means “work” in the native language of the Zulu people of Southern Africa where Chris Reeve was born and raised.
So, if you're looking for the quintessential titanium frame-lock that has defined the genre for the past 30 years, in a smaller configuration that's updated for our times, look no further than the Chris Reeve Knives Small Sebenza 21 pocket knife.
- The archetypal titanium folder
- Lightweight natural micarta inlays
- Smaller and more pocketable
- Hollow-ground Ladder Damascus blade
- Versatile drop point shape
- "Bank-vault" solid titanium frame-lock
- Overall Length: 6.9" (17.526 cm)
- Closed Length: 3.9" (9.906 cm)
- Blade Length: 3" (7.62 cm)
- Weight: 78 grams
- Made in Idaho, USA
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