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Kershaw 3650 Volt II Folding Knife SpeedSafe

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Original price $59.99
Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
Original price $59.99
Current price $34.98
$34.98 - $34.98
Current price $34.98

Kershaw 3650 Volt II Folding Knife SpeedSafe


Designed by RJ Martin, the Volt II has the same versatile blade and handle style as the original Volt, but with a hardworking 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade and textured, black glass-filled nylon scales. With this iteration, the original Volt showpiece becomes a tough, working knife. And to make sure your blade is always ready to go to work when you need it, the Volt II opens one-handed thanks to Kershaw’s SpeedSafe® assisted opening system.

A simple pull back on the flipper and the Volt II opens smoothly and easily. We think you’ll appreciate the versatility of the Volt II’s slightly dropped point blade. This classic shape is just about perfect for any general utility task. Partial blade serration just extends the Volt II’s capabilities and makes it easy to whip through materials like cord, webbing, or rope.

For a secure grip and a solid, satisfying feel in the hand, the Volt II has finger contours on the handle, diamond-patterned, glass-filled nylon handles, and heavy jimping on the back of the blade. The Volt II’s pocketclip is reversible for tip-up or tip-down carry. And did we mention that you get all this at a value price?


  • SpeedSafe® assisted opening
  • Liner lock
  • Flipper
  • Reversible (tip-up/tip-down, right) pocketclip
  • Steel: 8Cr13MoV, bead-blasted finish
  • Handle: Glass-filled nylon
  • Blade length: 3.25 in. (8.3 cm)
  • Closed length: 3.9 in. (9.8 cm)
  • Overall length: 7.1 in. (18 cm)
  • Weight: 3.3 oz. (93.6 g)

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
It opens very quickly and easily

I have been carrying this daily for a couple of years and actually just purchased a new one (lost my old one within the last couple of days). It opens very quickly and easily one-handed, and comes very sharp. Don't let the price fool you, it is an incredible deal for what you get.

You may need to sharpen a little more often than higher dollar knives, but if you just want something small and inexpensive for every day pocket carry, this is a fantastic little knife.

I did flip the pocket clip to the other end (just my preference), and the screws for the clip do get loose once in a while. That could easily be cured with a little Loctite, The screws for the seem to be T6 torx bit (what I always used, anyhow), but an Allen wrench will also work in a pinch. Just don't strip it out.

Great value, functionality, and ergonomics (except for the clip)

I bought this to keep in the tool box rather than as an EDC. However, the quality of the deployment and ergonomics compare favorably and in some cases beats the much more expensive "gentleman's EDC" I bought in the same order (the Boker Urban Trapper).

The deployment is super smooth and addicting to play with. I'm also impressed with the ergonomics which beats the Boker UT hands down (but cannot compare for style). The grip is nicely grippy and contoured to nestle well with your fingers while the thumb naturally falls on the rise and jimping at the spine near the pivot. It is also quite comforatable in a reverse grip. The spine is square with a very slight bevel or rounding...just enough to take the edge off (as it were). The impression is both of utility and precision.

The only thing I dislike is the clip. It is incredibly tight and narrow. I'm trying to flex it a bit to loosen it (I have yet been able to get it to clip onto my pants pocket), but so far to no avail. I'm not planning on using as an EDC and there is no need for a clip in the toolbox, so I might just remove the clip.

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