- Overall Length: 8.4"
- Blade: 3.4" S/E, Drop Point, (Stonewash)
- Handle: 5" Black Aluminum 6061 T6
- Weight: 3.6 oz
- Opener: Thumb Slider
- Type: OTF (out the front), Double Action, Automatic
- Made in USA
- Model: 121-10
The Microtech Ultratech is the first ever OTF (out the front) automatic knife produced by Microtech Knives. The D/A dual action automatic that started it all is the smoothest operating out the front you will find. It features a 3.4" blade. The Ultratech has a 5" anodized 6061-T6 aluminum handle with bead blast finished pocket clip, glass breaker and stainless steel hardware. The double action slide switch allows for fast automatic deployment and retraction when you need it. The slim design of the Ultra make it the perfect EDC knife.
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Not much to say about the knife that hasn't been said. It's the gold standard for OTFs. I would like to thank the guys at EK. I placed the order on a Thursday morning, selected the free shipping option, and got it Friday afternoon. Great guys and super easy transaction. 10/10
So far I am very please with this knife. Sold construction, mechanism, and blade. Good quality all around.
This is an amazing knife of superior quality. Thank you EKnives for a swift transaction and extremely fast shipping. A great company that supports Active Duty, Veterans, and First Responders. ...Also, thanks for including the band-aid.
This is one “bad-ass” knife. Being a former US Army Paratrooper, who was selected “Special Duty” “Fighting in Built up Areas” training El Salvadorans for their war.! I simple love this knife as an every day carry (edc ) I see why John Wick used the Ultra-Tec in his first movie!! The deployment is slick and purposeful . The blade is sharp with authority . And the withdrawal of the blade puts a explanation point on the job being “finished” once and for all. I love pulling it out in a crowd to cut something, never once did I pull it out and somebody said “wait...could I see that knife?” Wow this is Nice!! Where can I get one?