Friday, August 2, 2013

Coming soon: Harnds Viper CK6015

Harnds Viper CK6015

Blade length: 3.7" (93 mm)
Blade thickness: 0.126" (3.2 mm)
Blade steel: 9Cr18MoV Stainless Steel (HRC 58-60)
Open length: 8.3" (210 mm)
Closed length: 4.6" (117 mm)
Weight: 5.64 oz (160 g)
Handle: G10 with steel liners
Lock: liner lock
Carry: right hand tip down only
Extra: gift box

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  1. Do you know if the blade is flat ground or hollow ground? It's hard to tell from the photo.

    1. It seems FFG for me that's why I'd like to try it.

    2. Full flat. Came yesterday from China.

    3. I suspect that Harnds is the manufacturer of "Kizlyar Supreme Vega".
      Same box and knife design are reminiscent. Though prices aren't.

    4. Wow, that Kizlyar Supreme is really a neat folder! There could be some connection because the dimensions are the same.

    5. I have both knives now (Kizlyar Supreme Vega and this one) and I think both are made by the same manufacturer.
      Box are both the same (different letters one silver other gold but same build). Fit and finish I consider the same. Clip is hold the same way hand have same dimensions (tough has a longitudinal hole in the Vega).
      Writing in the blade is with the same technology (same kind of print/ink).
      Only "mayor" differences are micarta (Vega) vs. G10 (Viper) and skeletoniced liners (Vega) vs. non skeletoniced (Viper).

    6. Thank you for the confirmation! Could you take some photos side by side?

    7. Sure. I just uploaded a video with both. I'm afraid quality is poor. I will upload other video with better quality and a couple of photos.
      Link is:

    8. Thanks a lot!
      My Viper is on its way I hope it'll arrive soon.

    9. New video, same content, better quality. Link:
      One thing about this folding knife. Was pretty stiff out of the box. I disassembled it, cleaned it (not much to clean anyway) used some fine grain (1500-2000) sandpaper on the pivot axis (liners, blade, bushings), oiled it, an now is very soft.

      Wanting to know your impressions about the knife.

    10. (facepalm) yeah... actually, posting the link itself should help:
      Here the elusive link:


    11. No problem, thank you!
      Nice video, but where is your cat? ;)

  2. More photos on link:

  3. Is this a Chinese knife?? Looks quite good in crafting quality.

    1. Thanks for your information. And I like your blog~ ^_^