The Fragment’s primary purpose was to be an excellent, small footprint extremely functional small folder. It began its life as a friction folder, and has continued to E-volve into the frame lock folding knife it is today.
Fragment features a wharncliffe blade which is highly functional in a multitude of cutting tasks. The handles fit the overall aggressive straight line profile of the blade but feature a contoured bottom and cut out for the index finger as well as excellent jimping for the thumb to ride on for detail cutting.
One of the most distinctive features of the fragment is its deployment system. The knife is opened by placing the thumb on top of the hexagonal front flipper tab. Striking downward on the tab (much like operating a lighter) quickly deploys the blade and places the thumb and fingers in a position to immediately use the knife.
The Fragment currently comes in two handle variants: One all titanium and the other is titanium with carbon fiber inlays and a coated blade. The pivot system is bearing driven and the clip is a machine piece of steel for maximum durability and strength.
The Fragment may be small but offers a wide array of functionality. It will quickly prove to be an essential part of any EDC rotation.
- 3.5" closed.
- 2.25" black
- PVD coated CPM S35VN stainless Wharncliffe blade.
- Gray titanium handle with carbon fiber inlay.
- Lanyard hole.
- Pocket clip.
- Hexagonal front flipper tab.
- Black synthetic zippered storage case.
- Made in China.