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ZT 0770CF LinerLock Carbon Fiber Handle Knife

Original price $192.00 - Original price $192.00
Original price
$192.00
$192.00 - $192.00
Current price $192.00

The original, award-winning Zero Tolerance 0777 was a very limited-run knife. Yet interest in it is high among blade aficionados. That's why Zero Tolerance is happy to announce a new version of that award-winning knife—one that will be much more generally available. The 0770CF offers the style and performance of the award-winning 0777, but in a slightly smaller, streamlined version.

On the performance end, the blade is S35VN powdered steel. S35VN offers toughness and resistance to edge chipping with no loss of wear resistance. A stonewashed finish on the blade hides hard-use scratches and makes maintenance easier. The sweeping lines of the original 0777 are preserved in the lightweight carbon-fiber handle that fits securely in the hand. An inset liner lock secures the blade.

The 0770CF opens quickly and easily thanks to SpeedSafe® assisted opening and the built-in flipper. Includes deep-carry pocketclip. For a final touch of class, ZT adds a handsome oversized pivot.

Made in the USA

Assisted opening

Inset liner lock

Reversible deep-carry clip (left/right)

Steel: s35VN, stonewashed finish

Handle: Carbon fiber

Blade Length: 3.25 in. (8.3 cm)

Blade Thickness: 0.121 in. (0.307 cm)

Closed Length: 4.3 in. (10.9 cm)

Overall Length: 7.5 in. (19.2 cm)

Weight: 3 oz. (85 g)

Customer Reviews

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Identity Crisis - ZT knives shouldn't be thin and light

This is a nice knife, but it is not what I expected from Zero Tolerance. The blade is much thinner than the others, giving it a lightweight, sort of "cheap" feel. The carbon fiber handles are nice. The blade could still use a thumb stud in addition to the "flipper". The quality is still high. It just wasn't what I was looking for, as I thought it was sort of "under built" vs. other ZT. Think of it as sort of the "lite" version of the other ZT knives. If you want a lighter ZT knife, just buy a Kershaw (e.g. Blur S30V for a lot less)

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Cool knife, if you want a light EDC.

Very nice carbon fiber handle scales with a very nice Elmax blade. Solid lockup and a snappy AO blade. The blade came with a usable edge but not a hair popping one. The only complaint I have with this blade is the stiff deployment. The torsion for the assisted opening is very strong so, you need to press really hard to flip the blade out. Other than that it's a nice addition to the collection.

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Zero Tolerance 0770CF Folder Knife

Wow,
Just Wow! I don't give 5 stars often but it's necessary here. My first foray into ZT knives and I have to say that as a long time pocket knife enthusiast, this is orders of magnitude better than my previous blades. I every-day-carried (EDC) a Spyderco Delica from the 1980's and it had fairly soft steel and the serrated edge was a pain to sharpen. Woe unto the internet traveler who stumbles upon some of the EDC pages on Facebook. It's clearly a gateway drug to higher dollar online spending, when you start to see the candy some folks have. As for the knife, Let me start with the scales. I never messed around with carbon fiber anything in the past till this knife and I have to say it's quite beautiful. Truly worthy of a gentlemans folder. Add to that, the innate lightness of the CF and you get a very light, fairly large package. My hands are medium to large sized and this fits quite nicely into my grip. The modified wharncliff blade is well designed and handles my every day cutting tasks with no problems. Nice work on the bead blasted blade, as it hides a myriad of scratches the occur to shiny blades. As a sharpening geek, I was very impressed with the steel. It takes a great edge on my ceramic stones and probably won't need tuning up for quite some time.
Even the hinge hardware is classy and it gives the knife the finishing touch it deserves. I've read online about other ZT enthusiasts dissing this blade for it's 'diminutive' size. The blades they're carrying must be massive, as this one is pretty darn big. My last kudo is for the assisted opening. I can see where it might appear to jump out of your hand but with the proper grip, it's a no brainer and deploys like a champ every time. Who knows, I may wear out the mechanism opening it as many times as I do.

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