It’s always great to find an affordable knife that has killer looks and excellent action. The Bestech Swordfish is one of those knives. With a long, thin blade and a slim, ergonomic handle, this knife might just be one of coolest EDC knives out there at the moment. Best of all, you can get it for about $60.
The Swordfish features a satin finish D2 tool steel spear point blade. The flipper opening is buttery smooth and lock-up is tight with a linerlock. A nice detail on this knife is a thumb ramp with jimping that gives some extra grip when in use. When open, this knife measures just under 9” overall so it’s a bigger knife. However, the slim profile keeps everything nice and pocket-friendly.
The ergonomic handle features two- tone G-10 scales with stainless-steel liners and a custom pivot design. It has a low profile tip-up pocket clip for easy carry and a lanyard hole for attachments.
Bestech Swordfish Details
- D2 Tool Steel, Satin Finish
- 3.875″ Drop Point Blade
- Flipper Opener
- G-10 Handle
- Tip-up Pocket Clip
- 4.8 oz.
- 5″ Closed
- 8.875″ Overall
It opens in a breeze. It has a slick modern appearance, and it’s under $60. The Bestech Swordfish is available now. Check it out by clicking any link in the article or simply click the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.