Kershaw 1920 Select Fire Multitool Pocket Knife, 3.4" Bead-Blasted Blade, Bit Set
The Kershaw Select Fire is one of those knives that punches well above its weight class in so many ways. The folder is an honest and reliable pocket knife with a few features that every handyman should have nearby.
But first let's look at the blade of what Kershaw calls a knife-focused multitool.
The 3.4-inch blade is made of functional 8Cr13MoV stainless steel with a bead-blasted finish. This manual-opening blade engages with ambidextrous thumbstuds.
Locking open with a liner lock mechanism, the blade of the Select Fire is practical for an EDC knife.
But the real ingenuity of the knife shines through a built-in 4-piece bit set and bit driver.
This multitool aspect of the knife is integrated into the textured glass-filled nylon handle scales and includes 2 flathead bits, 2 crosshead bits, and a bit drive shift with a ruler.
Surprisingly enough, the contoured handle is comfortable and fits the hand without issue when you only want to use the knife.
If you're the kind of handyman who uses a knife more than any other part of a multitool, this multitool is for you.
|Blade Material||Stainless Steel (8Cr13MoV)|
|Handle Material||Glass-Filled Nylon|
|Lock Type||Liner Lock|
|Pocket Clip Included||Yes|