Serge Knives Coin Claw

Mar 13, 2017

Category: Gear

Here at HiConsumption, we have a tremendous respect for custom designers, especially when it comes to everyday carry gear. And we get even more excited when an exceptional designer comes up with a truly unique idea. And that’s the case with the Coin Claw from Serge Knives – it is singular in its format, but still of stellar build quality, as well.

Though they are a bit larger than a quarter – perhaps closer to the size of a Kennedy half dollar – these circular shaped folding blades are still incredibly compact. And while they’re not locking, they do feature a slipjoint-like built-in spring that ensures the blade stays securely closed when it isn’t in use and open when it is. The 1″ curved blade is crafted from either CTS-XHP, 154-CM, or CPMS30V steel and the housing is built from 6AL4V titanium. You’ll have to contact Serge Panchenko yourself for pricing and to purchase, but you can count count on the fact that all of his products are masterfully made.

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