Zero Tolerance: 0920TTS Sprint Run - Tan Titanium - Tigerstripe DLC
Based on Les George's Harpy, the 0920's design is practical, functional, and sleek. The blade is CPM 20CV stainless steel with a tiger-stripe DLC finish. This powdered metallurgy steel is considered one of the “super steels” for its top performance, offering outstanding edge holding capability and corrosion resistance. The blade has a scooped spine, top swedge, and a slight recurve for cutting versatility.
The knife opens with ZT’s KVT ball-bearing opening system for quick and easy manual opening with the built-in flipper. A titanium frame lock with hardened steel lockbar insert secures the blade open during use.
The titanium handle is fully 3D-machined so that it fits and fills the hand comfortably and smoothly. Machined texturing adds grip and the soft-matte tan-anodized finish enhances the look of the tiger-striped DLC blade. To help ensure this big folder is easy to carry, the insides of the handles are machined with weight-relieving pockets. To complete the 0920’s understated, yet aggressive look, ZT adds black-anodized aluminum tube spacers, a tan-anodized titanium pocketclip, and a handsome, oversized pivot.
- Made in the USA
- KVT ball-bearing opening system
- Reversible bent titanium clip (left/right, tip-up)
- Titanium frame lock, hardened steel lockbar insert
|Blade Steel:||CPM 20CV, Tigerstripe DLC finish|
|Handle:||Titanium, tan anodized finish|
|Blade Length:||3.9 in. (9.9 cm)|
|Blade Thickness:||0.156 in. (0.396 cm)|
|Closed Length:||5.1 in. (13 cm)|
|Overall Length:||9 in. (22.9 cm)|
|Weight:||5.4 oz. (153.1 g)|
Seems to be a half height/half weight 0301. The more I use it, the more I like it. The recurved edge is almost identical to my 0301 and it seems to cut the same which is fantastic. A lot of reviews mention how heavy it is but it feels light to me. The 0801 feels significantly heavier even though it has a shorter blade. This is my 3rd knife with cpm 20v steel and I have no complaints with the steel so far. It takes a little getting used to the "light switch" style flipper and it does sound a little hollow compared to the solid handle knives but the weight savings is more than worth it to me. I’m glad I bought it.