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CRKT 7097 CEO EDC Flipper Pocket Knife

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Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99

A modern take on the classic gentleman's knife, the CRKT 7097 CEO EDC Flipper Pocket Knife is the perfect accessory for any stylish individual. Designed with a low-profile and smooth operation, it is ideal for everyday carry and exudes an air of sophistication. Expertly crafted by Richard Rogers, this knife is a testament to his renowned designs and features a slim, discreet design that can easily be mistaken for a pen. With a smooth and swift ball bearing pivot and a durable locking liner, this knife is the ultimate combination of style and functionality. The sleek glass-reinforced nylon handle adds to its modern appeal, making it a must-have for any discerning buyer.

The CEO: pairs best with an extra dark roast and a long to-do list.

  • IKBS ball bearing pivot system deploys the blade smooth and fast
  • High carbon stainless steel blade takes an edge well and is ideal for everyday carry
  • Tough glass reinforced nylon handle provides secure grip
  • Designed by Richard Rogers in Magdalena, New Mexico
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty covers any defects in materials or workmanship, see company site for details
  • Model 7097

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Shawn B.

Super classy little knife. I love the ball bearing flipper assist and the slimline profile. Easily conceals in the pocket. For the price I'd rate this an A minus. I just wished CRKT would include a pouch like Civivi does.

A D.
Feels like another pen

Very nice quality and and a great size for every day carry. Hardly feel it in my pocket. Definitely my new favorite when wearing a suit/sport coat.

Worthwhile purchase.

I will start off with the fact that I really like this knife. I like the design, the way it feels in the hand and the elegance. Honestly, a great every day carry that looks and feels more expensive than it is. First few attempts at opening it was as quick and smooth as described, but as others have pointed out this action can be finicky. I haven't quite figured out what the perfect way to open it is but it can be a little frustrating and perhaps even a bit uncomfortable on the thumb when it decides not to open. Everything seems to function just fine, its smooth and tight. No rattles or wobble with blade open or closed. It's a five star knife minus the so far unreliable ease of one handed opening. I will carry it for a while and see if I can master this. It feels competent enough to perform light utility and self defense work all while looking rather attractive and dangerous. But looks dont really matter if you never get it open. I like the way it almost disappears into your pocket; the long slender design and point down carry seem to work well. I will probably order another one to share with a friend.

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