Chris Reeve Umnumzaan - Tanto Point Blade

Chris Reeve Umnumzaan - Tanto Point Blade

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Chris Reeve is always looking to improve and make things even better.  The Umnumzaan is another example of that effort and tradition.  From the traditional Chris Reeve titanium framelock to the highly sophisticated blade finishes...this knife is all Chris Reeve.  The Umnumzaan has a large pivot screw and the thrust washers support that pivot and pin.  The perforated bronze washers allow for better lubrication and a smoother feel.  

The thumb lug "shock absorber" design ensure a smooth closing action everytime using one of the double thumb lugs.

 This Umnumzaan is a Tanto point version.

**Due to high demand, only one per customer

  • 3.68" Tanto Blade in a stonewashed finish
  • Titanium framelock design
  • Silver Titanium Accents and Thumb Studs
  • Integrated Lanyard
  • Made in proudly in Boise Idaho, USA
Blade Material: CPM-S45VN
Blade Style: Tanto Point
Blade Length: 3.68"
Overall Length: 8.45"
Handle Length: 4.75"
Handle Material: 6A14V Titanium
Lock System: Framelock
Weight: 5.00 ounces
Pocket Clip: Removable Tip Up
Country of Origin: USA

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Joshua Harward

Definitely the best variant of CRK that I have experienced. Would have given it 5 stars, but they still need to improve pocket clip location, and I don't like that the lanyard holder rattles when there isn't a lanyard in it. I know you can remove it, but didn't want to disassemble the knife just to remove, and then have to keep track of tiny piece. That's just me, sure others love that feature.

Jeff Haircut
Great knife, arrived fast!

Awesome knife, arrived very quickly!

Very nice!

Extremely nice knife, feels great in hand.

Karl Zimmer III
Beautifully Made Masterpiece

There is no question that the Chris Reeve Umnumzaan is a beautiful made knife that will last forever. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 starts is more about my issue, perhaps, than with the knife itself. I tend to have trouble sometimes with certain frame lock knives, and this one is no exception. My fingers don’t work as well as they used to, and I tend to press too hard on the frame side so that opening the knife isn’t as easy as I think it should be. Also, the action isn’t as quick and smooth as with some knifes. I don’t know if that is unique to this model as this is the only CR I own. For anyone interested in a high quality knife that will serve you well and will be a proud addition to your collection, I encourage you to get a Chris Reeve knife.