Lion Steel SR11 Drop Point blade Grey Titanium frame Sleipner steel SR11G

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This is the Lion Steel SR11, has Grey Titanium handles and the steel is Sleipner. The blade finish is Satin.

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This is the Lion Steel SR11, has Grey Titanium handles and the steel is Sleipner.  The blade finish is Satin.

*Our opinion:  The Lion Steel effort on this knife as compared to their entire catalog is 9.
Maker: Lion Steel
Model: SR11
Handles: Grey Titanium
Maker ID: SR11G
Condition: New/Mint
Lock Type: ROTOBLOCK Framelock
Blade Style: Drop Point
Blade Steel: Sleipner
Hardness: 60-61HRC
Closed Length: 4 5/8 inches
Blade Thickness: 180/1000
Blade Length: 3 5/8 inches
Edge Length: 3 1/2 inches
Overall Length: 8 3/8 inches
Clip: Tip Up, Reversible
Weight: 6.65 oz
Factory Box: Yes
Blade Finish: Satin
Maker Effort: 9
Country: Italy
Notes: The SR-11 represents the evolution of the historic SR-1 model, award winner at at Blade Show 2010. The additional features are: flipper opening with ball-bearing system, two ball bearing with facilitate the opening and closing of the blade, and a window breaker in tungsten carbide. Moreover, as its predecessor, the SR-11 features a Rotoblock system, which blocks the frame in the open position. The frame is obtained from a unique piece, completely worked with 4-axis machining. The frame point is made of steel, in order to avoid wear of the titanium frame body. The clip is reversible, and can be mounted on both sides.

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  1. matthewkuhl

    4 out of 5 Take reviews with a grain of salt

    (verified owner)

    i wanted this knife early on in my collection and was turned off by reviewers who panned its ergonomics and by its non-stainless blade. Several lionSteels by Michele Pensato in Sleipner later, i decided i wanted it anyway. Not disappointed at all. It is a bit on the heavy end but i really don’t care. The convex edge is a bit more work to maintain but i don’t care. This is a very handsome knife and it’s very, very solid – living up to its pedigree – and i would definitely buy it again (i’m thinking of getting its little brother as an alternative).

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