The Kershaw Interstellar Is The Company’s Newest OTF Knife. The Piece Is An Excellent EDC Designed For All Sorts Of Utility Tasks
Folders? No thanks. One of Kershaw’s newest releases is a sliding OTF (out-the-front) automatic that’s great for utility tasks indoors and out. The Interstellar is a partially serrated 8Cr13MoV stainless steel blade that comes out the front of a glass-nylon handle thanks to a sliding button on the front of the knife.
It looks great thanks to the blackwash coating, and it feels good to use thanks to the button lock keeping everything secure and snug when deployed. The blade is just 2.7 inches long, and the tip-up pocket clip allows you to carry the knife with ease.
The Kershaw Interstellar is a simple knife, and that’s a good thing. It’s a no-nonsense piece that can serve you well for a long time. Oh, and the bottle opener built into the backspacer is the cherry on top of it all.
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