Reviews and Ratings for Kershaw 3935 Flourish Assisted Flipper 3.5" Two-Tone Drop Point Blade, G10 Handles with Carbon Fiber Overlays

Kershaw 3935 Flourish Assisted Flipper 3.5" Two-Tone Drop Point Blade, G10 Handles with Carbon Fiber Overlaysrated 4.750 stars out of 5 (4 reviews)
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Kershaw 3935 Flourish Assisted Flipper 3.5 inch Two-Tone Drop Point Blade, G10 Handles with Carbon Fiber Overlays

 

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Kershaw 3935 Flourish Assisted Flipper 3.5" Two-Tone Drop Point Blade, G10 Handles with Carbon Fiber Overlays
rated 5 stars out of 5
Phil
NJ
Apr 07, 2017
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Function, Fit, and Form
I received this knife a couple days ago with a couple others that I was going to try and test for a heavy duty/long day EDC, and this was my first one out. It impressed me so much, I took it today too instead of trying the next one. I want a knife that can get the job done, but still catch a look and a compliment, and this fits that at a very good price point. It's very generously sized, came quite sharp out of the box, and flips very smooth. It's not quite as robust as my ZT's, or as smooth as my Benchmades, but for under 40 bucks, it's extremely sturdy and fits great in my very large hands. The only thing I can think of that might bother some people (other than that it's not USA) is that the G10 handles under the CF inlays have not been rounded as well as I'd expected, which might cause some discomfort for people with extremely tight grips over an extended time. Having used this so far both with and without gloves, however, I've had no slipping or discomfort. One of my first Made in China's, and I'm rather pleasantly surprised.
Kershaw 3935 Flourish Assisted Flipper 3.5" Two-Tone Drop Point Blade, G10 Handles with Carbon Fiber Overlays
rated 5 stars out of 5
Stephen
Scharff
Jun 08, 2017
Pros: Blade Sharpness, Lock Type, Handle Material, Overall Quality, Pocket Clip, Ease of Opening, Handle Feel, Weight, Lock Ease of Use, Blade Material
Cons: None
Wooo
Received the knife as a gift very nice attention to detail smooth opener nice razor sharp blade love the two tone color with the G10 carbon fiber handle fits comfortably in my pocket nice and deep and flat one thing I like about the knife is it's not bulky at all so far has held up really well with all cutting tasks. Highly recommend to anybody looking for a nice quality knife
Kershaw 3935 Flourish Assisted Flipper 3.5" Two-Tone Drop Point Blade, G10 Handles with Carbon Fiber Overlays
rated 5 stars out of 5
Gregory
Rochester, Ny
Dec 11, 2017
Pros: Overall Quality, Blade Sharpness, Ease of Opening, Weight, Pocket Clip
Cons: None
Great knife
So I bought this knife for use at work I build large manufacturing machines and obviously a good knife comes in very handy. The blade was fairly sharp when I got it but I immediately sharpened it with an India stone at work and it got razor sharp. I have actually been impressed with how long the blade has maintained its sharpness. The opening is very fast and the flipper has a good feel. I highly recommend this knife.
Kershaw 3935 Flourish Assisted Flipper 3.5" Two-Tone Drop Point Blade, G10 Handles with Carbon Fiber Overlays
rated 4 stars out of 5
Jim
Indiana
Mar 14, 2018
Pros: Pocket Clip, Overall Quality, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Blade Sharpness, Ease of Opening, None
Cons: Handle Material
Kershaw 3935
I gave this knife a score of 4, based on the sharp edges of the handle. If theses were corrected, I would have given a 5 based on my needs and uses. Like others, I found certain parts of the handle a little sharp, not so much to make it too uncomfortable, but more of an annoyance,these were easily fixed with my rotozip. Everything else is just fine for my needs. I like heavier and slightly larger knife, one where I can put more pressure if needed and not worry about slippage or damage to the blade. I work in the trucking industries and use this to cut heavy industrial grade straps and tarps, the blade sharpness out of the box was great. The locking of the blade is great, no movement. I have slightly larger hands and the fit is very nice, I can get all my fingers around and apply the needed pressure and maintain a good grip. Personally, I would never spend more than $40 bucks on an EDC knife, one that I could loose. The quality of the metals and materials, along with number of knife makers, make spending BIG bucks unnecessary, but that is just my opinion. On a side note-though not considered a survival knife, I believe this would do just fine in an emergency situation.