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Trending: StatGear Ausus

Mikey Bautista
Trending: StatGear Ausus

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Climbing our trending charts is a workhorse folder that means business when it comes to hard cutting tasks. The StatGear Ausus's potential begins with its 3.5" D2 steel blade. D2 is a tool steel that's high in both carbon and chromium, giving the blade excellent sharpness, hardness, and edge retention even after frequent hard use. While the Ausus was designed with large tasks in mind, it features jimping on the top of the blade for added control during precision work. Deployment of the blade is easy with its oversized, ambidextrous thumbstuds and internal ball bearings. Despite the Ausus's size and beefier design, it isn't a problem for your pockets. It's mostly thanks to its extremely deep-carrying pocket clip design. It allows for sleek low-profile reversible tip-up carry to make the knife practically disappear in the pocket.

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Frank Douglas ·
I have owned this knife since their kickstart. The knife feels solid and has a strong blade with smooth opening. The problem I have experienced with mine this that the liner lock does not fully engage. It is no longer a safe knife to carry or use and the warranty that accompanies the knife is indicative of its long term reliability. The warranty could be a lifetime warranty, but it’s not. The knife sits on my shelf next to my desk in case I ever want to use it and cut my fingers off. Sad that a gorgeous knife can’t be used.
Simon ·
I also have this knife. The pocket clip screws loosen quickly and often. Pretty disappointed that I have to tighten them every few weeks.