SOG Flash I, II | Specialty Knives FSA-98 Flash 1, 2 | SAT Assisted Technology

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SOG Flash II This Flash II knife from SOG is a cousin to the Flash I. The Flash II is a bit heavier and has a longer blade, but other than that they’re quire similar.

The blade is 3.5 inches of AUS8 stainless steel, hardened to 56 on the Rockwell C scale. It is available with a standard or combo-edge blade. The combo-edge’s serrations extend about halfway up the blade.

The Flash features SOG’s Assisted Technology opening mechanism, which allows automatic, one-handed automatic opening.

It features a two-way lock for securing the blade in the open or closed position.

The contoured handle is made of reinforced, textured black Zytel for a non-slip grip and features an ambidextrous slim clip which maintains the blade’s low profile.

SOG has always made great knives. This one compares well to another popular knife, the Ken Onion Blur from Kershaw.

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