Drop + Eric Ochs Otter Titanium Liner Lock Knife
Drop + Eric Ochs Otter Titanium Liner Lock Knife
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Call it the king of compact folders. Crafted with a titanium liner lock and S35VN blade, the EDC-ready Otter features a carefully contoured handle with a built-in bottle opener.

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JakeCCE
80
Dec 11, 2020
I do wish there was an option for the knife without the bottle opener. I have to use a bottle opener maybe two or three times a year, and the look of the handle is very broken up by that feature. I think sales would go even better if it was available both with and without bottle opener.
jhonis
125
Nov 13, 2020
After everyone in the world is finally acceptant of people of all races, nationality, skin color, and gender, there will still remain the privilege of being right handed.
Davidsh331
272
Nov 13, 2020
I might have been interested, if it didn't have that sharp bottle opener on it that likely cuts your hand. What a really dumb design... No thank you...
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Omniseed
1901
Nov 13, 2020
Zoom in on pic 1 and 8, that's not gonna cut anyone
Davidsh331
272
Nov 13, 2020
May not cut, but definitely won't be comfy...
mdeous
153
Nov 10, 2020
I wonder how many bottle openers people carry these days 🤔
I thought you were questioning why someone would bother to carry a bottle opener, sorry for the misunderstanding. I'm not big on the bottle-opener knife in this configuration either, but I can see how it could appeal to a craft beer enthusiast who doesn't already have an opener on them (or wants to eliminate a stand alone bottle opener from their edc). There is definitely a market for this kind of thing, look at the secondary market prices on GEC beer scout knives. It's insane.
stoutdog
305
Nov 12, 2020
That stopped me. I already have a couple cheap Kershaw's with that feature.
redbeard61
9
Oct 7, 2020
Another late product run which is always the norm.
ecoleman
759
Nov 11, 2020
Definitely, I've never gotten a Drop knife collaboration on time. Plus the old credits Massdrop would give for first runs is gone so it stings just a bit more with every delay.
Hey Everyone, Checking in on the Drop + Eric Ochs Otter Titanium Line Lock Knives that are scheduled to ship late next week. Due to a shipment delay from the vendor, we will not meet the current expected ship date of October 15th. The new expected ship date is 10/29. We will keep you updated if anything else changes. If you decide you’d rather not wait the additional time, this run is open for cancellations via your Transactions page at drop.com/transactions.
Omegaman68
542
May 28, 2020
The Kershaw Shuffle goes upscale.
JarDo
2
May 28, 2020
Give me an option to purchase without Drop branding and I'd be all over this.
He sells customs. They have no drop branding whatsoever.
Omniseed
1901
Nov 11, 2020
lol that's the only good answer to these comments
Wewu
11
May 27, 2020
I'm honestly on the fence with this folder. On the one hand I love the blade profile and s35vn is a great steel. On the other hand as some commenters have mentioned, that bottle opener on the handle looks like it will be mighty uncomfortable on my palm. It just seems like a unnecessary gimmick that really ruins the handling of this knife
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Spike_SPGL
138
May 27, 2020
Its actually what has got me interested enough to look at buying one. Massdrop has dozens of their own knives on here, this is the first one with a bottle opener. Gotta appreciate it, especially since I find myself looking for a bottle opener sometimes.
Eric39c
1
May 27, 2020
I have the CRKT Bev-Edge model, and it also has a similar bottle opener. It is annoying and gets snagged on my pocket sometimes when I go to remove it from my pocket. Will never buy another knife with this option again. Thankfully I spent less than $30 on it.
dsmcloud
5
May 27, 2020
I'm sorry but I'm not ever excited with a titanium liner lock no matter what, they're not safe compared to other forms of locking
Omniseed
1901
Nov 11, 2020
how do you get rocks and tree branches between the lockbar and the scale though?
Different people have different definitions of abuse, but to me, if you are getting rocks and branches stuck in the locking mechanism of a folding knife, you're abusing the knife. Out of curiosity, what kind of lock works with rocks in it?
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