EverydayCarry: CIVIVI Expands Its Elementum Series with Lexan-Handled Knife

CIVIVI, a budget-friendly everyday carry knife brand under WE Knife Co., recently introduced a new addition to their Elementum series, the Elementum Lexan, a sleek and compact modern pocket knife redefining performance and aesthetics. Crafted with precision, the Elementum Lexan boasts a polished, clear Lexan handle that sets it apart from traditional folding knives. This high-performance polycarbonate is highly unbreakable and resistant to drops, scratches, and even chemical corrosion, and compared to other materials like wood or metal, its lightweight construction allows for fatigue-free carry and use.

Beyond its looks, though, the Elementum Lexan packs a punch in functionality with an overall length of 6.99” and a 2.96” hollow-ground, drop point, satin-finished D2 stainless steel blade that provides ample and reliable cutting capability for everyday tasks. This blade can be deployed using the jimped flipper, and it’s held in place by a sturdy liner lock mechanism. The reversible tip-up carry pocket clip and added lanyard hole allow for discreet and convenient carry.

If Civivi has a more successful knife than the Elementum, I can’t think of it. I have both an Elementum 1 and 2.  I like them both, and they are actually different. If folks are interested, I can do a side by side sometime.

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