Dressed in gleaming copper-finished gears, flywheels, sprockets and other quirky steampunk trappings, the "Severance Engine" Pocket Knife drips with steam-powered style. But make no mistake - this distinctive folder is more than just a visual treat or cool conversation piece. It boasts real-world muscle and solid construction that's well suited to everyday cutting jobs, and it even holds its own when tasked with back country chores and other challenging field work. The 3 3/4" drop point blade is forged form durable, corrosion resistant stainless steel and features a sleek etched stripe pattern. Opposing lines emerge from the blade spine and edge, gracefully curving along the inclination before finally intersecting at the bevel's pinnacle. This dazzling etched effect evokes fierce claw marks or menacing tiger stripes. Equally dazzling is the speed at which the blade deploys. Nudge the handy flipper and the blade opens in milliseconds, thanks to the Severance Engine's smooth assisted opening mechanism. Once open, the sturdy liner lock keeps the blade fixed firmly in place for safety and stability during use. The blade's keen etched lines and overall matte texture provides a chic contrast to the brilliant glow of the Severance Engine's meticulously polished copper-colored handle. A motley assortment of metal alloy gears, cogs, flywheels and other machine gadgets shroud the handle in a striking three dimensional relief design. The attention to detail is remarkable - you can almost see the sprockets turn, driven by some unseen steam-powered apparatus. At 4 1/2" closed, the Severance Engine is easy to carry, especially with the integrated pocket clip. With such spectacular beauty and unconventional steampunk charm, the Severance Engine is also ideal for display - in a steampunk gear or knife collection, or on its own. Regardless of how you choose to enjoy it, rest assured the Severance Engine Assisted Opening Pocket Knife is built to last, providing quirky steam-powered allure for years to come!