Kershaw Cryo II Assisted Opening Pocket Knife Tanto
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  • 3 2/5" 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade
  • Hinderer frame lock mechanism
  • SpeedSafe Assisted opening technology
  • 4-position deep carry pocket clip
  • Closed length: 4 2/5"

The Kershaw Cryo II is a larger version of the Cryo designed by world renowned knifemaker Rick Hinderer. This production knife features the same legendary Hinderer frame lock bar stabilizer as Rick's custom knives at a fraction of the price. The 3 2/5" 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade opens quickly using the SpeedSafe assisted mechanism. A 4-position pocket clip ensures you can carry your Cryo in your favorite position no matter if you're left or right handed.

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Cryo II niceness. Reviewed by JS on Jul 01, 2014   5 out of 5

The CRYO Tanto Blackwash has been a joy to carry so far. So is bigger better with the CRYO II? I think in some situations it is. The CRYO is just the length for my hand but I wish the blade had another 1/4" to it. The CRYO II adds just enough on to it that it feels nicer in the hand and the blade gives me the length. Although I don't see it staying in my pocket daily, it is a great size for a pack, bag or car where you could use a bit bigger knife. The thumb stud on the II is made perfect also. Not too big and not above handle level and not so small as to be ineffective. This stud would be nicer on the regular version too. All in all everything Kershaw is praised for exists in this knife too. Don't get caught up in the this steel vs. that steel debate. Its hard, sharp and if like my other Kershaw's, hard to sharpen. But you end up with a heck of an edge. If you have big paws, you might skip the normal CRYO and go straight for the II. I can't believe anyone would be disappointed to own one of these gems.

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