About this model: This variation had Macassar Ebony wood inlays. It has a nut brown main color with dark brown and black grains. Macassar ebony is an increasingly rare wood, favored for use for guitar fingerboards. It is only found in one region in Indonesia, and while not endangered it is difficult to find suitable trees to harvest, making it a very rare and sought after material. The blade had a satin finish.
About the Mnandi: Mnandi is the Zulu word for "very nice". The Mnandi from Chris Reeve Knives exemplifies the term. With its clean lines and understated classic elegance, the Manandi is the perfect gentleman's knife. However, being a Chris Reeve knife means that the Mnandi is designed with function and utility in mind and produced to the exacting standards of Chris Reeve Knives.
The Integral Lock (frame lock) handle provides excellent lock up and strength.
The machined solid titanium pocket clip can be placed on either side.
There is a thumb window on the blade that enables the knife to be opened one handed.
The Mnandi comes with wood inlays in precision machined pockets on both sides of the frame.
Note: Stock photos are used for inlay and damascus models. We can't take pictures of every single knife. Know yours is totally unique!
Overall Length: 6.375 in Blade Length: 2.75 in
Blade Thickness: .090 in
Closed Length: 3.365 in
Weight: 1.5 Ounces
Blade Material: S45VN Handle Material: 6AI4V Titanium with Macassar Ebony inlay Included: Boxed with allen wrench tool, manual, and Chris Reeve polishing cloth.