Sebenza means “work” in Zulu and this knife helps you do just that on board. Devotees of the original Sebenza can rest easy knowing that the update to the iconic folding knife doesn’t include too many changes. The handle ergonomics are modified slightly but are mostly unnoticeable, the clip is now angled instead of straight, and there’s a new ceramic ball interface on the lock. There’s also a new inlay pattern made of a single slab of material instead of two. Choose between box elder burl, ebony and bog oak.
The Sebenza 31 uses the Reeve Integral Lock, which is a lock bar integral to the back handle. Pre-bending at the end of the slot causes the spring to move to the base of the blade, thereby locking the blade open. The knife is 8.4″ long and weighs only 4.7oz .
You can buy yours for $550.