Kershaw Cryo II Plain Edge 3.25" Knife - Grey Ti Carbo-Nitride Finish
- SpeedSafe assisted opening for fast and smooth operation
- Frame lock design with lockbar stabilizer for a strong lockup
- Ambidextrous flipper and thumb studs
- 4 position deep carry pocket clip for versatile carrying options
- Jimping along the blade and handle for extra grip
- Lanyard hole
- Blade steel: 8Cr13MoV, titanium carbo-nitride coating
- Handle material: 410 stainless steel, titanium carbo-nitride coating
- Blade length: 3.25 in. (8.3 cm)
- Closed length: 4.4 in. (11.1 cm)
- Overall length: 7.75 in. (19.7 cm)
- Weight: 5.5 oz. (155.9 g)
The Cryo II design is slightly larger with a 3.25” blade but is still extremely slim, lending itself to be a superb option for EDC or tactical uses. It includes a four-position deep carry pocket clip to customize exactly how you want to carry it. The knife and handle also have jimping, or grooves, to increase grip while using the knife in adverse conditions. Combining the knowledge of Rick Hinderer with the affordability of Kershaw and their innovative SpeedSafe technology has given rise to an EDC knife that can be appreciated by all.
From award-winning technologies and advanced materials to the solid sound of the blade lockup, when you’re carrying a Kershaw, you know you’re carrying the real thing. Kershaw has been designing and manufacturing knives and tools since 1974 while innovating with new ideas that change the knife industry for the better. Their knives have many features such as SpeedSafe assisted opening, interchangeable blades, and composite blade technology which increases strength and edge retention.
Ratings & Reviews
by Ryan -
Love this knife. It opens smoothly an quickly. Came extremely sharp. This is my edc knife.
China Kerhaw not much better then $5 cheap knife.
by COREY G -
The Speedsafe system on mine would only lock up approx 50-60% of the time, about 20% of the time the blade would only deploy to 90-120 Degrees. Not what you want in a assisted opening knife. I have several USA made Kershaw knifes and have never had a problem, this was my first China Kershaw. Waited about a month to see if it needed to wear in, also cleaned and put a little oil in. Still about the same, perhaps a little better, contacted Kershaw. Their response was I could ship it to them to be looked at on my dime or they would send me parts? Not a knife smith, so I declined to waste any more time or money on this. Also much bulkier then the CRYO 1, I would take a pass there is better stuff out there for $20