QSP Worker N690 Lockback Knife
QSP Worker N690 Lockback Knife
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The Arthur Brehm–designed Worker from QSP is the company’s more traditional take on knife design. A lockback folder with a vintage look, it’s armed with a 3.5-inch blade made of Bohler N690 stainless steel for good edge retention and corrosion resistance Read More

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Niel50
12
Aug 19, 2020
Found QSP knives at Knives Plus and the specs for each knife I looked at indicated China as the country of origin.
stran
0
Apr 28, 2020
Is there an updated eta on these?
AdamSN
49
Mar 23, 2020
Is the pocket clip reversible (left side)?
shoop
82
Apr 3, 2020
It is not.
jceaser
352
Mar 21, 2020
what is the flat blade used for?
shoop
82
Apr 3, 2020
For cuttin' things. Sorry for my smart @ss reply. It is just a general-use profile, but I do have to say it's not my favorite blade shape. I prefer some curve.
1917
1
Mar 18, 2020
Does this actually have bearings? I have never heard of a lockback running on bearings.
Yes, it runs on ceramic ball bearings.
shoop
82
Mar 17, 2020
Decent price for the snakewood and carbon/G10. The other options... not so much. I just picked up the snakewood from an online seller for $64 with no shipping or sales-tax. Didn't include the sheath, but I didn't want one. VERY nice knife with fantastic build quality. Some considerations: with the snakewood scales, the knife is NOT the grippy-est, in-hand. Also, the blade profile is just not grabbing me from a usage standpoint. Not having a curve at all makes it less functional. Still good, but it will never replace my Benchmades, Spydercos or Kizers. Overall, the knife is very attractive, and a pleasure to own.
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Bobraz
2458
Jul 8, 2020
How much was this, on Drop? I missed it.
Bazker
9
Mar 17, 2020
Half the price and we'll talk. Maybe.