Kershaw Copper Natrix Folding Knife
Kershaw Copper Natrix Folding Knife
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Product Description
The Kershaw Natrix series is characterized by its patented sub frame lock mechanism, in which one side of the handle has a steel plate for secure lockup, while the rest of the handle can be made from other materials. On this version, the handle is constructed from solid copper, the blade from D2 steel Read More
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The Kershaw Natrix series is characterized by its patented sub frame lock mechanism, in which one side of the handle has a steel plate for secure lockup, while the rest of the handle can be made from other materials. On this version, the handle is constructed from solid copper, the blade from D2 steel. Machined holes on both sides allow you to position the clip on either side, too. Featuring a 2.75-inch drop-point blade, the Natrix is versatile enough for slicing, piercing, chopping, and more. Flip it open with a press on the flipper tab. Thanks to the sub frame lock construction, the knife weighs just over 3.5 ounces despite its 6.5-inch-long body.

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Specs
  • Kershaw
  • Blade: D2 steel
  • Blade type: Drop-point
  • Grind: Flat
  • Handle: Copper
  • Lock: Sub frame lock
  • Blade thickness: 0.11 in (2.8 mm)
  • Handle thickness: 0.4 in (1 cm)
  • Pocket clip for ambidextrous tip-up carry
  • Blade length: 2.75 in 
  • Handle length: 3.75 in
  • Overall length: 6.5 in 
  • Weight: 3.7 oz
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is Sep 30, 2019 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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Tyler (Drop Community Support)  Sep 10, 1:25 PM PDT  Hello Glenn, Tyler here with Drop Community Support, thanks for reaching out today! I understand you've noticed an inconsistency on the KERSHAW COPPER NATRIX FOLDING KNIFE product run page, thank you very much for letting me know. I'm happy to look into this for you. I'm forwarding the information you provided to my colleague for further review and asking if they can make the suggested correction. Once I hear anything I will pass that information on to you as soon as possible.  We greatly appreciate your feedback and are always looking for ways to improve our platform and user experience. I've passed along this feedback about the constant Spec errors on product run pages and your suggestion to employ a dedicated knife expert that can handle negotiations, co-labs, and oversee the listings to the Drop team for further review and consideration. I thank you very much for all your patience and understanding on this matter, feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns and I'm happy to help! Best Regards, Tyler   For a complete list of our policies and FAQ, please visit the Help Center! Sep 10, 8:30 AM PDT  Folks, With all the grief you have received regarding the incorrect Specs on the Copper Natrix knife, you still don’t have it fixed. The listing Description states: “ Because the blade is propelled by the SpeedSafe opening system, it opens fast and smooth.” Wrong. This knife has never employed a SpeedSafe system. Please remove that line in the Description.  https://drop.com/buy/kershaw-copper-natrix-folding-knife?sort=latest#overview Also, whoever is editing your knife listings doesn’t know knives. Please, please, please, employ a dedicated knife expert that can handle negotiations, co-labs, and oversee the listings. The constant Spec errors are increasingly annoying to potential buyers and a black eye for Drop which comes off as incompetent.  I really want you folks to succeed. But Drop is sometimes regarded as a joke because of all of the inaccurate listings and lack of deals. Thanks Glenn