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Viper Cutlery Italo Framelock Spear Flipper Titanium handles M390 steel Satin 5944TI

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$219.81

This is the Viper Cutlery Italo, has Titanium handles and the steel is M390.  The blade finish is Satin.

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Satisfaction Grace: 14 Days

SKU: VP5944TI Category: Brand:

Description

This is the Viper Cutlery Italo, has Titanium handles and the steel is M390.  The blade finish is Satin.

 
*Our opinion:  The Viper factory effort on this knife as compared to their entire catalog is 9.

 

Maker: Viper Cutlery
Model: Italo
Frame: Titanium
Handles: Titanium
Maker ID: 5944TI
Condition: New/Mint
Lock Type: Framelock
Open Style: Flipper
Blade Style: Spear
Blade Steel: M390
Hardness: 60/61HRC
Blade Thickness: 160/1000
Closed Length: 5 inches
Blade Length: 3 3/4 inches
Edge Length: 3 3/4 inches
Overall Length: 8 7/8 inches
Clip: Wire Tip Up
Weight: 6.65 oz
Factory Box: Yes
Blade Finish: Satin
Maker Effort: 9
Country: Italy

 

Notes: 
Factory Description:
Italo is a perfect mate for those who do not want to compromise. Fabrizio Silvestrelli drew a modern folding knife with advanced materials and technical solutions, with unique aesthetic, plenty of character, A very distinctive drop opening plate. Offered in frame lock or liner-lock version. Italo opens so quickly thanks to flipper and ball bearings. Böhler M390 blade for extraordinary cutting qualities

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  1. One person found this helpful
    John Facchina

    5 out of 5 Viper Italo (titanium)

    (verified owner)

    I like and tend to buy knives you might describe as on the heavy duty or overbuilt end of the scale. I researched this knife before purchase; titanium frame lock and scale, Bohler’s M390 blade steel, ball bearing pivot and its a flipper. Quality materials.

    What separated this knife from the pack for me was the styling. No matter which angle you view the knife, the quality craftsmanship is apparent. The unique blade shape appealed to me as well.

    Close up photos show the attention to detail in its production such as the rounding of the top of the blade, the blade shape, and the unique thumb stud/thumb plate on the top of the blade. The milled grooving in the scales matches the thumb stud, nice touch.

    The knife if offered as a liner lock with G-10 or frame lock with G-10 or TI, nice to have a choice on that.

    Deep carry style clip, tip up only, stylish and functional.

    When I received the knife it flipped open easily right out of the box. After a little oil and working with it, it opens very quickly every time. The weight is over 6.5 oz, but it balances well and I don’t mind the weight for a larger knife.

    The styling is from designer Fabrizio Silvestrelli who works in house for Viper Knives; I appreciate his effort on this knife. Production was done in Maniago, Italy; several knife companies operate there and they seem to take great pride in their work. This knife is no exception.

    Collector Knives had the item in stock at a very good price. I like their website and they let you know up front they are a small Oklahoma family business, the kind I like to buy from. Once the processing was completed I received an email with a tracking number and was able to anticipate it’s delivery (got it two days later.)

    The purchase was a good and successful experience and I will buy from Collector knives again in the future.

    -Johnny in SC

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