The Civivi Sinisys Comes In Three Styles And All Are Excellent. This Classy Clip Point Would Make A Great Addition To Anyone’s Collection.
Sometimes simple is the way to go, and the Civivi Sinisys is elegant in its simplicity. This sharp clip point enters the EDC fray and stands out thanks to its sharp lines, multiple models, and ease of use.
The version above features a micarta handle scale and a satin-finished blade. There is also a more tactical version in all black with a G10 scale and a carbon fiber version with a damascus blade. This one and the tactical version have blades made from 14C28N, and all of the models have a stainless steel handle on the lock side of the knife to partner the scales on the presentation side.
The burlap micarta looks great, and the flipper is easy to use while feeling good in the hand. This version is the lightest of the three knives at 4.94 ounces, which is hefty compared to many other EDC knives. The other versions are a shade heavier at 5.02 ounces.
The blade is long on all versions of the knife at 3.7 inches and is .12 inches thick. Closed, it’s 4.82 inches long, and the tip-up clip lets you carry it securely and discreetly in your pocket.
Overall, the Civici Sinisys is a quality piece that will make any knife user or collector happy and proud to show it off.
MSRP: $78.20 (Micarta)/$75.90 (G10)/$117 (carbon fiber)
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