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Emerson Knives and Zero Tolerance collaborated to create the 0620 Folding Knife. This knife features a straight edge tanto style blade design that was originally intended for self-defense but is also well-suited to more mundane tasks. ELMAX powdered steel was chosen for construction because of its extreme edge retention, high strength, and toughness. A Diamond-like carbon (DLC) coating gives the blade a matte-black finish and adds to corrosion resistance.
The 0620 features Emerson's patented "Wave" opening system that employs a wave-shaped tab on the blade's spine that catches on the pocket seam, opening the knife as it comes out so the blade is fully open and ready for use without the user having to do anything more than draw it. This automatic deployment is ideal for first responders, search & rescue, or law-enforcement and military personnel who require immediate access to their blade when every second is critical. As an alternative to this deployment function is an ambidextrous thumb disk on the spine.
Machined G-10 was used for the front scale of the handle. This material also has the benefit of offering resistance to heat and cold. A pocket clip can be reversed for left or right-hand carry, keeping the tip up at the ready. Its 4.9" length will fit comfortably in most pockets, making it a solid choice for everyday carry. Zero Tolerance knives are made in the USA.
Tanto style blade
Straight edge blade style
Thumb disk on spine for ambidextrous opening
Patented Emerson "wave" opening system: Wave-shaped tab catches pocket and opens knife as it's drawn
To release, move lock bar sideways and close blade
Textured G-10 provides grip and is resistant to temperature changes
Reversible clip: Can be switched to the right or left side for tip-up carry