The new Berlin Strike Folder from Attleboro Knives is exactly the type of EDC knife you would expect from them. It is sleek and made from premium materials but it is also stout. The influence of the Attleboro Knife fixed blade is clear in the design of this folder.
The Berlin Strike’s blade is 3.5″ from tip to scale, has an all-around useful drop point shape, and is hollow ground. The scales are black carbon fiber over a titanium frame with a frame lock. The clip can be switch for left or right side, tip up carry.
- Overall Length – 8 ¼ in
- Folded length – 4 ¾ in
- Blade Length – 3 ½ in
- Width – 1 ¼ in
- Blade – D2 steel, hollow grind
- Titanium Frame
- Black Carbon Fiber Scale
- Ambidextrous Clip w/ added Torx TM T6 wrench
- Frame Locking Mechanism
- Flipper Opening Mechanism
- Functional Jimping on the blade and finger notch
Check out the Berlin Strike at AttleboroKnives.com
$325 for a D2 folder is absurd.You can get way better steels for that kind of money. This is a $150 blade at best.