Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)
Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)

Enzi Titanium Frame Lock Flipper In 20CV (2.8" Satin)

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description

The Enzi is the ultimate compact flipper, built for reliability and ease-of-use. The knife features a 20CV blade and runs on premium ceramic ball bearing washers for an extremely smooth, snappy, drop-shut action. Titanium frame lock delivers precise and solid lockup. The modified tanto blade features a distinct belly and sharpening choil making it incredibly versatile for everyday cutting tasks. The Enzi is finished off with a titanium deep carry pocket clip for a sleek and discreet carry.

Specifications

Overall Length: 6.73"
Blade Length: 2.81"
Cutting Edge: 2.78"
Blade Thickness: 0.118"
Blade Material: CPM-20CV
Blade Style: Modified Tanto
Blade Grind:
Flat

Finish: Satin
Edge Type: Plain
Handle Length: 3.91"
Handle Thickness: 0.43"
Handle Material: Ti 6Al-4V (Grade 5 titanium)
Handle Finish: Beadblast
Weight: 2.8 oz
User: Right-Hand, Left-Hand
Knife Type:
Manual Folder
Lock Type: Frame Lock
Opener: Flipper
Best Use: Everyday Carry
Country of Origin: China

 


DESCRIPTION

The Enzi is the ultimate compact flipper, built for reliability and ease-of-use. The knife features a 20CV blade and runs on premium ceramic ball bearing washers for an extremely smooth, snappy, drop-shut action. Titanium frame lock delivers precise and solid lockup. The modified tanto blade features a distinct belly and sharpening choil making it incredibly versatile for everyday cutting tasks. The Enzi is finished off with a titanium deep carry pocket clip for a sleek and discreet carry.

Specifications

Overall Length: 6.73"
Blade Length: 2.81"
Cutting Edge: 2.78"
Blade Thickness: 0.118"
Blade Material: CPM-20CV
Blade Style: Modified Tanto
Blade Grind:
Flat

Finish: Satin
Edge Type: Plain

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Handle Length: 3.91"
Handle Thickness: 0.43"
Handle Material: Ti 6Al-4V (Grade 5 titanium)
Handle Finish: Beadblast
Weight: 2.8 oz

User: Right-Hand, Left-Hand
Knife Type:
Manual Folder
Lock Type: Frame Lock
Opener: Flipper
Best Use: Everyday Carry
Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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D
Donald Hetzer
Great light EDC blade

Great EDC blade detent is perfect and action. Just wish you could produce them in the USA

L
Logan Stout
Lightweight, Compact, Fun EDC Flipper

This Enzi has some of if not the best action of any flipper I've had. It's extremely lightweight due to the titanium construction. It also has a really cool design that fits with Axial's other offerings. A good choice if you're looking for a smaller titanium flipper for EDC.

M
Mitchell Bollig
Excellent Full Ti Little Guy!

Fantastic: action, centering, cutting, premium materials, heat treat, design, price, and size. Needs a bit of work: The pocket clip needs to have the ramp flattened (see my full @MitchBollig YT review video) - already discussed with Axial Gear so hopefully that get's resolved and then this will be an EDC champion!

C
Curtis Ehle
Very good quality, but needs some options

I have two Axial knives now and the quality is top notch. However, the design of the Enzi frame lock flipper has a bit to be desired. It is a bit small for the average man. That is fine, smaller men and women need quality knives also. Axial needs to add a scaled up version with a 3.0 - 3.5 inch blade for bigger people. Axial also needs to add blade shapes, other than the reverse tanto.

Finally, the pocket clip is reversible but it is not symmetric. There is a milled out region for the right hand carry, but not for the left hand carry. This means that the clip tension is different for left or right hand carry. For any number of reasons, right handed people need a left hand carry knife - not to mention left handed people. The knife should perfectly symmetric. Maybe the simplest and cheapest solution would be to adjust the pocket clip geometry and not mill out either side...

J
Jonathan Baldwin
Best flipper yet!

I am a content creator on YouTube and I do knife and firearm reviews. Ever since I have ran across Axial I have been impressed with the quality made knives. I plan on getting every blade type Shift. We also need a slightly bigger Enzi, but I love the Enzi just the way it is.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
Donald Hetzer
Great light EDC blade

Great EDC blade detent is perfect and action. Just wish you could produce them in the USA

L
Logan Stout
Lightweight, Compact, Fun EDC Flipper

This Enzi has some of if not the best action of any flipper I've had. It's extremely lightweight due to the titanium construction. It also has a really cool design that fits with Axial's other offerings. A good choice if you're looking for a smaller titanium flipper for EDC.

M
Mitchell Bollig
Excellent Full Ti Little Guy!

Fantastic: action, centering, cutting, premium materials, heat treat, design, price, and size. Needs a bit of work: The pocket clip needs to have the ramp flattened (see my full @MitchBollig YT review video) - already discussed with Axial Gear so hopefully that get's resolved and then this will be an EDC champion!

C
Curtis Ehle
Very good quality, but needs some options

I have two Axial knives now and the quality is top notch. However, the design of the Enzi frame lock flipper has a bit to be desired. It is a bit small for the average man. That is fine, smaller men and women need quality knives also. Axial needs to add a scaled up version with a 3.0 - 3.5 inch blade for bigger people. Axial also needs to add blade shapes, other than the reverse tanto.

Finally, the pocket clip is reversible but it is not symmetric. There is a milled out region for the right hand carry, but not for the left hand carry. This means that the clip tension is different for left or right hand carry. For any number of reasons, right handed people need a left hand carry knife - not to mention left handed people. The knife should perfectly symmetric. Maybe the simplest and cheapest solution would be to adjust the pocket clip geometry and not mill out either side...

J
Jonathan Baldwin
Best flipper yet!

I am a content creator on YouTube and I do knife and firearm reviews. Ever since I have ran across Axial I have been impressed with the quality made knives. I plan on getting every blade type Shift. We also need a slightly bigger Enzi, but I love the Enzi just the way it is.