CRKT KatanaX Manual OTF, 2" D2 Blade, Grivory Handle - 4800
CRKT KatanaX Manual OTF, 2" D2 Blade, Grivory Handle - 4800
CRKT KatanaX Manual OTF, 2" D2 Blade, Grivory Handle - 4800

CRKT KatanaX Manual OTF, 2" D2 Blade, Grivory Handle - 4800

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The CRKT KatanaX is a sleek and innovative manual out-the-front knife designed by Darriel Caston of D Rocket Design.

Inspired by the legendary Japanese sword, the KatanaX features a 2.01-inch D2 tool steel blade with a dark stonewash finish that offers excellent edge retention and durability. The blade slides smoothly in and out of the textured black Grivory handle with a simple push or pull of the thumb button, giving you quick and easy access to the cutting edge. The KatanaX is lightweight, compact, and comfortable to carry, making it an ideal everyday companion for the office warrior.

Whether you need to open boxes, envelopes, or packages, the KatanaX will handle it with style and efficiency. The KatanaX also comes with a lanyard hole and a zippered case for added convenience and protection.

Brand: Columbia River (CRKT)
Blade Thickness 0.13
Brand CRKT
Designer Darriel Caston
Model KatanaX
Model Number 4800
Opener OTF
Blade Color Black
Blade Edge Plain
Blade Length 2.01
Blade Material D2
Closed Length 2.96
Handle Color Black
Handle Material Grivory
Knife Weight 0.8
Knife Type Folding
Lock Type OTF
Point Drop
Total Length 4.85

Columbia River Knife & Tool (CRKT), is a Tualatin, Oregon-based manufacturer of knives, tools, and accessories founded in 1994.

CRKT means Quality. All CRKT knives and tools are built incorporating the most advanced equipment and production systems available, and quality is controlled from beginning to end. Knives are built the way they should be built�?without compromising quality in any part of their creation. CRKT accessories are crafted to the same standards as the knives, so that each sheath, for example, lives up to the customers�? high expectations.

Sport & Work Knives

CRKT continues to 'think outside the box' by seeking out new and unique designs and mechanisms, just when everyone in the industry thinks they have seen it all. For example, the company is introducing the tiny McGinnis Shrimp, the

Gekkota Pocket and Golf, the ExiTool, Ta-Bar Tool, Norfork Diver and Whitewater, and Klecker NIRK�? all exciting and unusual. At the same time, it continues to broaden it�?s traditional knife models, including for the first time, Classic pocket knives, as well as the Centofante Tribute, Carson M4-02 series, and the Delegate and Vertex lines.

More natural and premium materials.

CRKT is continuing to specify the natural and premium materials that are common in the best custom knives, including more knives

with layered Micarta, G10, stag, jig bone, white bone, ram horn, and hardwoods such as thuya root, cocobolo, ebony, walnut, and burl.

CRKT Limited Lifetime Warranty: This warranty covers any defects in materials or workmanship. If one of our knives ever breaks or fails because of material or manufacturing defect, we�?ll replace the knife. This warranty runs as long as you own your knife. Coverage ends if you sell or otherwise transfer the knife to someone else, or if your CRKT knife is modified in any way.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Doesn’t open

Couldn’t get the blade to slide forward and out. E-mailed Knife Depot who never replied. Looked at videos on CRKT and don’t see any any locks or instructions other than “it slides out.
Did see a notice that they didn’t meet the manufacturer’s requirements” what ever that means.
Similar issue with the CRKT PSYCH. Has an interesting mechanism, but it
S a collector knife not an EDC.
I returned the KatanaX. I see they have one in titanium with an interesting blade shape, but there’s no possible way I’m going to order it ( when it comes in stock) at $155 when they can’t make it work in good old stainless steel.

Really, it stinks

This might be the least useable knife CRKT has ever made. The blade does not slide easily, it does not lock in place. The handle is tiny and feels cheap.