The Inkosi is the natural evolution of Chris Reeve's iconic Sebenza family of frame lock folders, and it is destined to be another long-running classic. The Inkosi carries that legacy another step further into the pantheon of classics.
The Inkosi is instantly recognizable as a Chris Reeve knife. The blade shapes and titanium frame profile look pleasantly familiar, but everything you find on the Inkosi is a refinement over their previous designs.
The knife features the Integral Lock which Reeve pioneered, (known commonly today as the frame lock design) and thanks to the ceramic ball that acts as an interface between the lockbar and blade tang, you can expect a lifetime of consistent lockup.
|Lock Type||Frame Lock|
|Best Use||Everyday Carry|
|Manufacturer||Chris Reeve Knives|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Blade Material||CPM S45VN|
|Blade Shape||Drop Point|
|Blade Length||3.6 in (9.1 cm)|
|Blade Thickness (Spine)||0.14 in (0.4 cm)|
|Overall Length||8.4 in (21.3 cm)|
|Closed / Handle Length||4.8 in (12.2 cm)|
|Handle Thickness||0.15 in (0.4 cm)|
|Weight (oz)||4.96 oz (140.6 g)|
|Included||Cleaning Cloth, Torx Wrench, Clip Insert & Fluorinated Grease|