Stiletto Pocket Knife Imitation Pink Pearl Black Blade
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  • Razor-sharp AUS-6 stainless steel blade
  • Non-reflective black coating
  • assisted opening mechanism
  • Pink pearl handle
  • Black bolsters, guard, and pocket clip
  • Measures: 3 3/4" blade; 8 3/4" overall

Reminiscent of the knives of the 1950s gangsters, this stiletto is the perfect gentleman's knife! The lightning-fast assisted opening mechanism will leave you astonished.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.67 out of 5
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Nice buy Reviewed by David Windsheimer on Feb 23, 2015   4 out of 5

This is a nice purchase for the price. The blade was a little hesitant to come out at first but a few times working it back and forth fixed that issue. The blade is sharp and looks terrific. Overall, the knife feels solid and heavy.

Very good knife! Reviewed by R.E. on Jul 28, 2014   5 out of 5

A very good knife. I have 2(BOGO). Both of them razor sharp right out of the box. Like any other blade assisted opening knife, I immediately use Zero Friction gun oil on their action. This assures dependability and realiabily of the blade opening fast. Metal against metal needs lubricating for correct functioning. I highly recommend this stilleto to anyone who wants to own one.

INTIMIDATING Reviewed by Dougie B @ OSV on Jun 14, 2014   4 out of 5

This "$5.00" deal of a knife is my favorite carry on the outside pocket of my cargo pants as it is intimidating and means business! It is also a fancy letter opener, HA-HA. Came to me RAZOR sharp! Very happy with it as it has a 4" blade that opens quickly and easily and should I ever need it for self defense, I KNOW that I will be the one that walks away to see another sunrise. Get the picture?

Flick Of A Finger. Reviewed by Mike on Jun 12, 2014   5 out of 5

This is really a quality knife. Opens with a flick of your finger. The quality of the blade (steel) is very good.

Nice little hideaway. Reviewed by Alfred Balbo on Jun 04, 2014   4 out of 5

This little knife, ok it's not that little but I'm a big man. I find it easily concealable in my belt when I'm in a restaurant or bar that won't allow me carry my firearm. It's comforting to know I have a weapon handy if the need arises. The price was right and even if I'd not been offered the free knife I would have bought it.

Worth the price knife Reviewed by Richard on May 16, 2014   4 out of 5

For the price it's a good deal. I bought the knife at one of the 5 dollar deal offers and had no problems with the action of the blade. I did take the belt clip off I thought it was lame for this type of knife.

nice solid knife Reviewed by Daryl on May 15, 2014   3 out of 5

This knife looks great and would be a plus for any collection. It took me awhile to learn to open it effectively but after a little practice and breaking it in I'm good. The knife is solid built and has a nice blade and was sharp right out the box.

Needs a little more design work! Reviewed by Carl Edwards on May 15, 2014   2 out of 5

The quality of the knife: Blade, Handle etc. is very good and I like the size! My complaint, and I think it is valid (at lest in my case) is that I have large hands and fingers and the front guards make it very difficult for me to open! In my opinion the tang on the blade should stick out aleast another 1/8th of an inch (0.125)! I removed the clip & ground the front guards on the top for better access to the opening tang! Even after that the spring is not strong enough to open the knife fully, it only opens half way ( about 90 Degrees )! So, I must manually open it the rest of the way to the full opened & latched position! I personally do not mind doing it that way because it is quiet. Clearly the knife needs a little more design work, before it is ready for the average buyer and is ten a one handed knife, until these 'Little Bugs' are corrected I Do Not recommend it for the average customer! Sorry! ....... Please don't give-up on the design just yet! The knife has real potential in my Personal Opinion! ....... All the best & Good Luck😃!

Disappointed Reviewed by Lloyd on Apr 03, 2014   2 out of 5

This taught me to watch the video. I assumed by the famous term Stiletto this would be an "out the front" blade. I'll own that mistake. Even at that I liked the knife's action when I can actually get it to work. It really tears my finger up trying to get the blade to open. Maybe I need to oil it. Sometimes it works fine & sometimes I can't get it to open no matter what I do. When it actually works I love it. I gave one of them away (I bought 2) and doubt I'll get another.

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