It can get pretty confusing and daunting to try and decide which of Benchmade’s Mini Griptilian models would be best for you. There are so many options to choose from. You’ll see plain edge, combo edge, tanto, drop point, green, black, stainless, etc., enough to give you a headache if you’re not prepared.
This version pictured here is the tanto combo edge, featuring extremely sharp serrations near the handle, a small plain edge on the bottom as well as a lengthy false edge on top, and a sharpened tanto point at the tip.
With all its other specs, though, it’s very similar to the Full-Sized Benchmade Griptilian we’ve mentioned previously, with a couple of exceptions. The handle is made from black glass-filled Noryl GTX and measures 4.62 inches, instead of being an 8-inch Zytel handle.
But the blade is just as strong as you’d expect. It’s made from super-strong 154CM stainless steel, and comes in a black finish.
This is no cheaply-made knife, so you shouldn’t be surprised that it’s not inexpensive. But for a pocketknife that’ll last you for many, many years, the investment is by no means too great of a sacrifice. This Mini Griptilian will keep you happy no matter which design or color you choose.
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