Toor Knives "Chasm" Teal Titanium Framelock 3.25" Recurve Stonewash FL154R

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Mechanism Frame Lock
Overall Length 7.25"
Blade Length 3.25"
Handle Length 4.0"
Blade Thickness 0.125"
Overall Thickness 0.4"
Weight 3.4 oz
Blade Hardness 59-61 Rockwell
Steel CPM 154
Handle Material 6AL-4V Titanium
Hardware 6AL-4V
Screw Size Torx 8

The Chasm folding knife was designed as an everyday carry companion that has a much smaller footprint. This version features a blade made from premium CPM 154 steel, with a natural stone finish. The iconic recurve edge allows for multiple cutting points with smooth transitions, creating a seamless razor edge. The Chasm rides on phosphor bronze washers for a smooth, controlled action.

The handles, hardware, and ambidextrous pocket clip on this midsize frame lock folding knife are all constructed from 6al-4v titanium to ensure longevity and toughness. A standard 1/4” hole at the rear of the knife allows you to add your favorite lanyard or bead. Every component of this blade is made in-house at Toor Knives, here in San Diego, CA



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  • 5
    Beautiful and...

    Posted by Charles Erickson on Dec 1st 2021

    I loved the teal color, the feel of the titanium handle, and the sharpness right out of the box. I like frame-lock knives; that was part of the attraction to it. The flipper was a little hard for me to get the hand of. That sometimes happens to me with a new knife, both because the knife has not been broken in and might need a small amount of lubrication, and I might not be used to its particular action. But I like this type of challenge, and happy to say, I can now flip it like a pro. A good buy.

  • 4
    Toor Chasm Teal Titanium

    Posted by Charles Erickson on Nov 22nd 2021

    I love the way the knife looks and feels. It has gotten rave reviews on YouTube as being extremely sharp right out the box and a good EDC value. The reason I took a star off is b/c I cannot seem to flip it open one-handed like they do on YouTube. I end up hurting my thumb. Any advice would be much appreciated.