For something a little different in a modern folder, check out the Camillus CUDA Sarkis. The first thing we loved about it was the Camillus Ultra Design Advantage (CUDA) opening mechanism. Instead of using a flipper or thumbstud, it opens by sliding a lever up with your thumb. It’s a remarkably easy, non-fidgety open.
The second reason to love the Camillus CUDA Sarkis? The ergonomic rubber handles. They’re incredibly comfortable and grippy without being abrasive. They fit nicely in your hand and don’t slip around even a little.
Finally, the 3.5” AUS-8 partially serrated drop point has a hollow grind and a Carbonitride Titanium coating. Camillus tells this coating, “resists rust and corrosion and is up to 10x harder than untreated steel so the blade stays sharper, longer.”
- AUS-8 Carbonitride Titanium Coated
- 3.5” Drop Point, Partially Serrated
- Hollow Grind
- Rubber Handles
- CUDA Opening
- Liner Lock
- Tip-Down Pocket Clip
- Lanyard Hole
- 4.75” Closed
- 8.25” Overall
Overall, the Camillus CUDA Sarkis is a good knife with an interesting opening mechanism and a fantastic grip. To get this knife, click any link in the article or simply click the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.