Reviews and Ratings for Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles

Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handlesrated 4.333 stars out of 5 (6 reviews)
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Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5 inch Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles

 

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Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Dave M
Kenosha wi
Sep 20, 2016
Pros: Handle Feel
Cons: None
Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper
It fits my hand real good.
Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Anzac
New Zealand
Apr 20, 2017
Pros: Blade Material, Handle Feel, Overall Quality, Handle Material, Weight, Ease of Opening, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Lock Ease of Use, Sheath, None
Excellent tool
As an everyday carry, this Kershaw is hard to beat. Good hand feel, ease of deployment, solid construction and pleasing style.
Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Eric
Minnesota
Jan 10, 2017
Pros: Pocket Clip, Overall Quality, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Ease of Opening, None
Cons: Handle Feel, Lock Type
Great knife for $25-30
GREAT quality, literally no movement at all in the blade, opens as smooth as my Benchmades, obviously the blade is of a lower quality being a $30 knife but it comes sharp. The knife comes with a nice DEEP carry pocket clip and is stealthy to cary around the handle is kind of thick in the pocket though and squarish in the hand, also the liner lock isn't the best I have used.
Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles
rated 4 stars out of 5
Jay R
Memphis, Tn
Jun 19, 2019
Pros: Ease of Opening, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Sharpness
Cons: Handle Feel, None
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I can spot a come on a mile away. This is certainly not one. This is another Kershaw that I am very pleased with. I am not too crazy about the distal tapering of the handle, but I believe that is totally a personal preference and not an issue. The clip might be a hot spot. Notpicking aside, I like this knife and can highly recommend it.
Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles
rated 4 stars out of 5
Jay R
Memphis, Tn
Oct 02, 2019
Pros: Handle Feel, Lock Ease of Use, Ease of Opening
Cons: None
Flat Black
Blade from the Fat Back Knife. This is a solid Kershaw. I don't know if it will ever see any pocket time. I recently picked up a PM2, and just this week a Spydiechef, which is the sharpest knife I have ever received. Maybe I could get one of those bandoliers that the bad guys in the western movies always wore.I have carried this and it has served me well. If you want a respectable knife in the low two figures, this will do the job.This is a good knife at a good price.
Kershaw 1935 Fatback Assisted Flipper Knife 3.5" Black Spear Point Blade, Black Zytel Handles
rated 3 stars out of 5
Sharp Willy
Mercer Island, WA
Aug 13, 2016
Pros: Weight, Handle Feel, Handle Material
Cons: None
Roberto the Stabby Robot says, maybe. . .
First off, let me say I find the Kershaw Speedsafe AO system brilliant. Not my first SS blade I own, by far. The Fatback is one of two knives of theirs I have which have no thumbstud or other opening provision except the flipper. I say "why bother with pretenses?" This is a good EDC: its is compact, opens reliably, safely, &quickly. Despite theatrically 'tactical' outline/finish, it is an excellent, very sharp and durably-edged box cutter, chopper/hacker, and a tip and handle which beg detail work, like fitting a dowel, making tinder, or de-stemming tomatoes. Light enough and compact so carry becomes a "where is it?" issue if you don't use the clip. And when you snap it out with a grin, it commands some attention. Broadly reminiscent of Milano autos pre-1980, this is tactical made eminently practical. For $25-30 you get an intimidating looking AO knife which is actually useful, apart from the apocalypse, or even a routine {attempted} mugging. . .