Lionsteel SR-11 Aluminum Orange Handle Black Blade – SR11A OB

Rp 3,300,000

2017 BLADE Show Knife of the Year® Award Winners

The SR-11 represents the evolution of the historic SR-1 model, award winner at at Blade Show 2010.
The additional features are: flipper opening with ball-bearing system, two ball bearing with facilitate the opening and closing of the blade, and a window breaker in tungsten carbide.
Moreover, as its predecessor, the SR-11 features a Rotoblock system, which blocks the frame in the open position.
The frame is obtained from a unique piece, completely worked with 4-axis machining.
The frame point is made of steel, in order to avoid wear of the aluminium frame body.
The clip is reversible, and can be mounted on both sides.

Specifications

UPC Code: 871373279856
Brand Name: Lionsteel
Model Name: SR-11 Aluminum Orange Handle Black Blade
Manufacturer's Item Code: SR11A OB
Overall Length: 21.1 cm
Blade Length: 9.4 cm
Blade Thickness: 4.5 mm
Blade Material: Sleipner
Blade Hardness: 60-61 HRC
Handle Material: Aluminum
Locking Mechanism & Etc.: 1 Piece Frame, Rotoblock System, Frame Lock, Tungsten Carbide Glass Breaker, IKBS Ball Bearing
Weight: 146 g
Country of Origin: Made in Italy

Description

2017 BLADE Show Knife of the Year® Award Winners

The SR-11 represents the evolution of the historic SR-1 model, award winner at at Blade Show 2010.
The additional features are: flipper opening with ball-bearing system, two ball bearing with facilitate the opening and closing of the blade, and a window breaker in tungsten carbide.
Moreover, as its predecessor, the SR-11 features a Rotoblock system, which blocks the frame in the open position.
The frame is obtained from a unique piece, completely worked with 4-axis machining.
The frame point is made of steel, in order to avoid wear of the aluminium frame body.
The clip is reversible, and can be mounted on both sides.

 

Molletta – Pensato Michele

Michele Pensato – aka ‘molletta’, his nickname in Italian – is a very active designer with years of experience. His previous life as an excursion lover and a passion for archaeology had him spending most of his experiences in the great outdoors, where he soon got to understand how a great knife should really be and what it should be capable of achieving. He led the Nexus production group and the group that was created at the MCKF Forum. A keen student of the steel industry, he stands out for his new approach to the use of materials and experimentation in thermal treatment applications.
An advanced user of design software such as Catià, Solidworks, Inventor, he applies FEA to design and aims to create yet more solid and innovative products.