Every man you know probably has a pocket knife - a black or silver implement outfitted with all sorts of extra gadgets and devices. This Benchmade 556 Mini-Griptilian Pardue Pink Knife may look pretty and feminine, but it still helps you do a man's work - an abilit ... (see full details) (see specifications) #BMD556-PNK.
Every man you know probably has a pocket knife - a black or silver implement outfitted with all sorts of extra gadgets and devices. This Benchmade 556 Mini-Griptilian Pardue Pink Knife may look pretty and feminine, but it still helps you do a man's work - an ability you need in today's world.
Tough 154CM stainless steel was used to create the sharp blade. This material boasts excellent edge retention, and this knife is rated 58-61HRC on the hardness scale. What's it mean for you? Basically, you won't have to sharpen this blade for a good, long while - so there's almost no limit to the jobs you can complete with the modified drop-point blade.
At 2.91 inches in length, the blade is a perfect length for many cutting and slicing jobs. A razor-sharp edge is supported by a thin blade of only 0.1 inches in width. The 3.87 inch handle holds the blade and helps you hold onto your knife with its textured, molded gripping surface. The light pink color gives you feminine appeal.
The trademark Benchmade butterfly logo on the blade finishes off the look. Use the thumb-hole or thumb-stud opening to release your blade with either hand - the AXIS locking mechanism will help to keep it firmly in place. When fully extended, the knife is only 6.78 inches in length.
Made in the USA, the Benchmade 556 Mini-Griptilian Pardue Pink Knife looks quite pretty - but it's a sharp, wickedly powerful cutting tool that's made for hard work. What could suit a Working Woman better than that?
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4 out of 5
Would have gotten 5 stars...
I wanted to get my wife a knife for EDC since she always seems to need one. I knew I wanted to get her something of high quality, which narrowed it down to benchmade and spyderco. I picked the benchmade because on several forums the mini grip seems to be a must have knife. This is a very nice knife. It is the perfect size for her, and once I showed her how to flip it open and close it via the axis lock she was doing it with ease. She loved the knife. Everything about this knife was perfect, save one thing; it was not very sharp. Now, I'm not saying it was dull- I could shave with it out of the box, but it took quite about of effort/pressure. I have recently bought a few Buck 110s recently, which are almost a third in price to this, and also made in USA. They came MUCH sharper than this knife. In a competitive market like this, benchmade should be setting a standard when it comes to things like this, especially at a higher than average price point. If it would have been sharper, this knife would have gotten 5 stars.