Model: Leek 1660
Knife Type: Spring Assisted Knife
Lock Type: Frame Lock
Opener: Flipper, Thumb Stud
Overall Length: 7.00 in. / 177.8 mm.
Overall Weight: 3.00 oz. / 85 g.
Hand: Right Hand
Blade Length: 3.00 in. / 76.2 mm.
Blade Cutting Edge: 2.90 in. / 73.66 mm.
Blade Width: 0.73 in. / 18.54 mm.
Blade Thickness: 0.09 in. / 2.2 mm.
Blade Material: 14C28N
Blade Style: Wharncliffe
Blade Grind: Hollow
Blade Finish: Bead Blast
Blade Edge Type: Plain
Handle Length: 4.00 in. / 101.6 mm.
Handle Width: 0.87 in. / 22.100.35 mm.
Handle Thickness: 0.35 in. / 8.89 mm.
Handle Material: Stainless Steel
Handle Color: Gray
Handle Frame / Liner: Stainless Steel
Handle Pocket Clip: Reversible (right, tip-up/down)
I find this particular knife to be a bit small for my hand, but with it's all metal sleek frame, absent of any bulky scales, this would make an excellent Gentleman's knife. Suitable for a dress occasion, where it's slim design will fit nicely in a pair of dress pants. You should note that this one comes with a cool little feature that took me by surprise. It has a sliding blade lock, which prevents the blade from accidentally opening. Upon opening the box, I immediately tried to flip the blade open to see how easy it would open with such a small, unassuming blade stud. When it didn't open, I thought there must be a problem. Maybe the blade was somehow defective. Turns out it was ME that was defective. I suddenly noticed the small sliding lock at the end of the handle. So now you know what to expect! Like all of the other Kershaw knives I've bought, it's well worth the modest amount I paid for it. Destined to be a Christmas gift to one of my three sons.