Kershaw and Belarusian knife designer Dmitry Sinkevich have created a very good looking, compact and affordable EDC flipper in the Nura 3.0 and the slightly larger Nura 3.5. The Nura uses Kershaw’s KVT ball-bearing system for a smooth opening action using the flipper tab. The blade is 8Cr13MoV stainless steel and is covered in a titanium carbo-nitride coating. Machined stainless steel is used for the handle with stylized grooves that are both aesthetic and functional. The blade locks into place securely using a framelock mechanism. Perfect for slipping into the pocket and great value for money.
Knife: Kershaw Nura 3.0, Stainless Steel handle titanium carbo-nitride coated blade, Drop Point Plain Edge
Overall length: 17.8 cm or 7 inches
Closed length: 10.2 cm or 4 inches
Blade length: 7.6 cm or 3 inches
Blade thickness: 3 mm
Knife handle: Machined Stainless Steel
Type: Folding knife / Pocket knife / Flipper
Knife Designer: Dmitry Sinkevich
American knife brand: Kershaw Knives
Made in China
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