Kershaw Dividend

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Given their vast catalog, there's plenty to like from Kershaw's knives. So much so that sometimes, it would be interesting and useful to take features from one knife and mix them in with others to create the perfect EDC blade. With the Dividend, Kershaw's already one step ahead. It's a slimmer, sleeker knife in the vein of their popular Link and Leek models, sized and shaped for everyday carry, and one of the few Kershaw knives made in the USA.

You probably know what features come next. Like most Kershaw knives, the Dividend comes with a SpeedSafe-assisted flipper opening which secures with a steel liner lock. Its blade folds into lightweight anodized aluminum handles with a slight curve for a more comfortable full-handed grip. 

The Dividend's payoff comes from its blade. Its length is exactly 3 inches, giving it a balance of utility and compliance with many local laws. Its modified drop point geometry gives it a long belly with a narrower angle, granting extra precision and slicing performance. A 4-way clip and lanyard hole rounds out its carry options, making the Dividend a versatile EDC blade in any orientation.

The USA-made Dividend shows off Kershaw's knowledge and mastery over their own products, giving you a robust blade designed tip to clip for EDC. Pick one up in gray at the Amazon link below, and be sure to check out its black-handled version as well.

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Edge retention is LOW. liner lock is thin and seems weak. It IS small yet comfortable. nice look. I want to buy this knife again if they upgrade the steel.
420HC steel? No thanks.