ZT 0707Honestly, there’s a lot to unpack with the ZT 0707 aside from the fact that it’s just a beautiful. This is ZT’s attempt and pleasing everyone. It’s elegant knife that’s adjustable to suit your preferences that’s big enough to suit just about any task.

The ZT 0707 features a flat ground 3.5” CPM 20CV drop point with a blade thickness of 0.121” and a stonewash finish. It’s a manual flipper running on KVT ball bearings and, for the first time this knife features the TDS system. ZT tells us the, “Tuned Detent System (TDS™) enables us to fine-tune the detent so it’s not too heavy, not too light and provides consistent opening even when pressure is applied to the lockbar.” This means if you’ve tried carrying a slender framelock and just can’t quite get it, you probably won’t have that problem with this knife.

This framelock has a partially machined carbon fiber front handle and a titanium back handle. It has a closed length of 4.6” so there’s plenty of room for a good grip. It has a handle thickness is only 0.43” and it only weighs 2.3 ounces. This means it’s a lightweight knife with a slim profile that will practically disappear in your pocket. It has an extra-deep carry ambidextrous, tip-up pocket clip, a bead-blasted steel pivot nut and tube spacers, as well as black-oxide steel screws.

ZT 0707ZT 0707 Details

  • CPM 20CV, Stonewash Finish
  • 3.5” Drop Point
  • 0.121” Blade Thickness
  • Flat Grind
  • Manual Flipper with KVT Ball Bearing System
  • Tuned Detent System (TDS)
  • Titanium and Carbon Fiber Handle
  • 0.43” Handle Thickness
  • Framelock with Hardened Steel Lockbar Insert
  • Bead-Blasted Steel Pivot Nut and Tube Spacers
  • Black-Oxide Steel Screws
  • Ambidextrous Extra-Deep Carry Tip-Up Pocket Clip
  • 2.3 Ounces
  • 4.6” Closed
  • 8.25” Overall
  • Made in the USA

The ZT 0707 is a beautiful knife with a fast, easy action that is big enough to accomplish almost any cutting task while still being an easily carried EDC. 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.