Chris Reeve is always looking to improve and make things even better. The Inkosi is that development. Playing on the strengths of the Sebenza and adding some refinements. The blade is thicker than the Sebenza 21 and has a large hollow grind shape. The washer size has been enlarged with deeper grease pockets for an ultra smooth feel. The ceramic ball lockbar interface adds stability to the overall knife.
Like the Sebenza 21, the Inkosi comes in both a large and small size and is available in a variety of inlays. Pick the one that is right for you.
This Large Inkosi has a tanto blade and black canvas micarta inlays.
|Blade Style:||Drop Point|
|Handle Material:||6A14V Titanium w/ Black Canvas Micarta|
|Pocket Clip:||Removable Tip Up|
|Country of Origin:||USA|
Collections: Chris Reeve Knives, Folding Knives
This knife deserves all the hype behind it, it can not be compared with the Sebenza or Umnunzaan because it is on its own level.
Regarding the service of Northwest Knives, I have the same opinion as the knife. If you are thinking about getting this knife just go for it.