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Benchmade Fixed Adamas Fixed Blade Knife Black Paracord (4.2" Black) 375BK-1

Original price $369.99
Current price $323.00

A new era of Adamas® is here. The last thing your loadout needs is another heavy piece of gear to weigh you down, which is why the 375BK-1 Adamas® has been re-engineered to be stronger than ever before. Machined from CPM-CruWear®, this Cobalt Black blade brings upgraded corrosion resistance and toughness front and center. In addition to the knife itself, the sheath has been redesigned to affix with a low-profile MALICE CLIPS®, allowing users to carry the knife on MOLLE® webbing or a standard duty belt. Modify with the times, and carry with confidence.

BLADE LENGTH - 4.20” | 10.67cm
BLADE THICKNESS - 0.170” | 4.318mm
OPEN - 9.17” | 23.29cm
WEIGHT - 5.66oz | 160.46g
HANDLE THICKNESS - 0.17” | 4.32mm
SHEATH WEIGHT - 1.11oz | 31.47g

Blade Edge Plain
Blade Finish/Color Cobalt Black
Blade Steel CPM-CruWear® (63-65)
Blade Style/Shape Drop-point
Clip Type MALICE CLIP® (MOLLE Compatible)
Clip Position N/A
Handle Material CPM-CruWear®
MOLLE Compatible Yes
Sheath Type PIM
Use Tactical
Blade Style Plain Drop-Point
Handle Material Blade Finish: Finish Cobalt Black Blade Steel: CPM-CruWear (63-65 HRC) Handle Material: Cobalt Black CPM-CruWear

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Robert Foote
Great knife, but…

The knife itself is great. Well made, sharp and thoughtfully designed. The sheath on the other hand leaves a lot to be desired. First, it is extremely tight and hard to get the knife out of. This might change over time, but right now it’s a drawback.

Secondly, there wasn’t much thought put into how it is supposed to be fixed to a belt. The included strap that snaps to the sheath is too small for most belts and the malice clips are meant for molle straps on packs (also have no idea how to fix them to the knife). I guess this is an ok set up if it lives in your pack, but I like having a fixed blade on my belt when in the bush. I did order a tek-lok belt clip for this and it helps, but it is bulky and the hole spacing on the sheath leaves limited options for positioning.

Back to the knife for a moment. It is extremely tough and holds its edge well. I haven’t had to do anything other than run it over a ceramic rod and strop to get it back to its factory sharpness. I did invest in some different paracord for the handle that has some survival items within, but am thinking of ordering some scales for it as well. I found the included paracord was a little spongy and rough.