The Sebenza

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6Al4V Titanium thumb lugs.

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CPM S35VN Stainless Steel blade.

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6Al4V Titanium pocket clip.

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303 Stainless Steel fittings.

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The Sebenza

Made in extremely limited quantities to tolerances higher than the aerospace industry, the Sebenza is arguably one of the most precisely crafted knives in the world.


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Made in extremely limited quantities to tolerances higher than the aerospace industry, the Sebenza is arguably one of the most precisely crafted knives in the world.

Story

Made to tolerances higher than the aerospace industry, the Sebenza is arguably one of the most precisely crafted knives in the world. Designed and developed by knife making legend and ex-grand prix motorcycle racer Chris Reeve, the Sebenza boasts a litany of jaw dropping features: the S35VN steel blade originally developed by Reeve and Crucible, the Reeve "integral" locking system which has been mimicked the world over, the titanium handle and thumb lugs… The Sebenza is made in Idaho, and can be sent back to the manufacturer for a lifetime of free sharpening and maintenance. Made in extremely limited quantities, shadowed by massive demand, there is no better investment in quality than a Sebenza.

Specs
  • Large: 8.335" (open), 4.71" (closed) / 4.7 oz
  • Small: 6.875" (open), 3.935" (closed) / 3 oz
  • Non-reflective
Materials
  • CPM S35VN Stainless Steel blade
  • 6Al4V Titanium handle
  • 303 Stainless Steel fittings
  • 6Al4V Titanium thumb lugs
  • 6Al4V Titanium pocket clip
Origin
  • Made in the USA
Notes

Manufacturing tolerances dictate the range of acceptable deviation in the measurements of a manufactured part to limits that won’t effect overall quality. The tightest tolerances set by Chris Reeve in the knife manufacturing process is a tenth of a thousandth of an inch (0.0001). Learn more about the quality of this knife at Best Made Projects.

  • Ships with our Knife Handbook with information on care and sharpening
In the Field

Chris Reeve Knives, Idaho. Spring 2016. Photo by Jason Frank Rothenberg.