DPx HEST/F 2.0 Triple Black Special Edition – Only 500 on this planet.
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The DPx HEST/F 2.0 Triple Black Special Edition is an all black stealth version of our hard use folding knife. The custom tool features a hand made Pyser brass compass made in the UK for the SAS and survival applications. The tool features a cord cutter, pry, hex driver, pivot tension adjustment tool and tool to replace the hardened steel glass breaker. A soft tip screw is also provided if the glass breaker is not required.
The Triple Black Special Edition is an extremely low-profile knife designed for law enforcement and military use where a superior cutting edge and low visual signature are priorities. This is the first HEST folder with custom designed serrations designed with the input of first responders and SAR professionals.
The 3.94” German Niolox corrosion resistant blade is PVD coated with a matte black TiCN coating to increase hardness and concealability.
One side of the frame is scaled in grip textured black American G10 polymer. The other slab is 6Al4V titanium that’s alloy coated. The blade is vapor deposition coated with a slippery, durable layer of Titanium Nickel. The signature black pocket clip features the Mr. DP™ logo.
Like the other DPx HEST/F models, the Triple Black Special Edition comes with the patented RotoBlock® to lock the folder open. Three sizes of wire strippers serve as unique and slip-proof jimping. A removable glass breaker screws into the butt of the knife, and the hex driver in the handle may be used with the knife open or closed.
Blade length: 3.94”
Blade thickness: 0.197”
Cutting edge: 3.10”
Closed length: 4.38”
Overall length: 7.63”
Handle thickness: 0.54”
Weight: 5.10 oz
• Stainless Niolox steel blade with 60 HRC
• PVD coated titanium nickel scale and blade
• Custom DPx serration that can be re-sharpened
• Comes with newly-designed titanium tool with driver, cord cutter, glass breaker remover, pivot adjustor, mounting holes and pry bar
• Tool includes unique hand made Pyser brass survival compass used by the British Special Air Service with glow in the dark indicators for North
• Sterile knife design
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