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Doctor Frunkey. ZT Pocketknife. Fablades Full Review Fablades. This is a review of the ZT knife. I focus on the senses involved when appreciating a blade, analyzing the look, the sound and ZT ZT Knives. Zero Tolerance EpicSnuggleBunny. Fine and working edge testing. Both had a similar edge finish from what I could tell. The ZT was Zero Tolerance only debuted one knife at Blade Show, but it was an absolute beauty!
Meet the new ZT , designed by Dmitry Zt first impressions Stassa Zt logo on here you have your sharp control that seems to be a little shy maybe. And yeah it's a little shy that plunger on by about This post contains affiliate links. We may get paid an affiliate commission if you buy something or take an action after clicking one of the links on this web page. Reviewing the Zero Tolerance is about as safe as it gets. It is well within our comfort zone of review material. So why review the ?
I hope no one minds. The has an overall length of 7. Like the recently reviewed this model is aimed towards the EDC enthusiast. This is thinner, lighter, and more discreet than the ZTs that got the ball rolling for the company. I still remember the halcyon days of the and the Those models put Zero Tolerance on the map, but those were some big knives. Totally impractical for most people, but they paved the way for blades like this Lets talk about the blade. It shares the same low slung lines that make a Sinkevich a Sinkevich.
A detail I love on the blade of this knife is how the spine has been subtly chamferred up by the jimping. This is a feature on my Shirogorov F3 and on the Sebenza. That chamferring has also been brought to the flipper tab. It eliminates any sharp edges on the flipper that can cut your finger.
Another small touch is the generous sharpening choil. A blade shape like this can do no wrong, unless perhaps you are wanting to skin a buck with it. In that case the tip is probably a little too prominent, but for everything else this is a versatile and functional blade shape. As a quick aside, here is a size comparison with the ZT They compare favorably in size, but are built differently:. Crucible has a long track record of making high end specialty knife steel.
They are specialty steel makers and know what they are doing. CPMCV is also stainless and tough. In practice, the blade of my has been a excellent performer. The blade came razor sharp. The edge bevel was neat and even, and the stock blade easily popped hairs off my arm. After sanitizing the blade thoroughly ie, wiping it on my shorts , I put the knife into my daily carry rotation.
I used it at home and at work for opening mail, breaking down boxes, and food preparation. I used the in place of my paring knife for vegetables and fruit. The blade has performed admirably. It tracks through cardboard and holds up well under harder use, but the geometry is nimble enough to slice apples cleanly, route the tops off of strawberries, and mince garlic. Edge retention has been excellent. When the edge begins to slow I show it to my near mythical Spyderco Golden Stone , and all becomes right in the world again.
No issues with the edge chipping or rolling, and no signs of rust, staining, or corrosion either. The handle is where things get interesting. The end result is an simple and classy handle. And it has been done beautifully. There is not a stray mark on this knife. And I love the simplicity of the handle construction. There is only one body screw at the tail end. Inside the titanium handle pieces have been deeply milled out to reduce the weight.
Holding it all together is a black aluminum backspacer with an integrated lanyard hole. Again, this integrated lanyard hole is a feature found on my significantly more expensive Shirogorov. There used to be a nice ZT disassembly video on YouTube that showed the tight tolerances and attention to detail of this knife.
It has since been taken down unfortunately, but the inner workings of the were surprisingly complex. I would not be quick to disassemble this knife. The ergonomics of the are excellent. The balance point is just behind the pivot, making the knife feel light and natural in hand. Texture has been used strategically on the A run of fine jimping on the spine of the blade is balanced by coarser jimping on the back of the handle.
The pocket clip is a simple metal spring clip. No 3-d machining on this model. The clip design is simple and effective. It was designed for this knife and follows the lines of the handle. It also lacks any overt branding. It offers good spring retention and is easy to insert and remove from your pocket.
The handle is drilled and tapped for ambidextrous tip up carry. In practice the carries well. With a near 3. It is substantially bigger than the Dragonfly 2 , the most pocketable folding knife of all time. For its size the knife carries well and the pocket clip does a good job keeping the knife in place.