CIVIVI | Exarch Front Flipper | Black or Grey

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The Civivi Exarch is the gentleman's pocket knife. Slim and elegant in design, with a super smooth ceramic bearing pivot. A subtle forward choil and nicely machined jimping on the top of the blade make this a functional, minimalist knife for every day carry with true class. Another great example of Civivi's premium fit and finish, at an unbelievable price. Designed by WE Knife.


Total Length 186.1mm
Closed Length 104.3mm
Blade Length 81.8mm
Blade Thickness 3mm
Blade Steel D2
Blade Grind Hollow
Blade Finish Satin
Blade Style  -
Lock Liner
Weight 74g
Hardness 59-61HRC
Clip Tip-Up, L/R 
Pivot Caged Ceramic Ball Bearing
Handle Material Black G10
Sheath  - 
Product code  C2003C

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10 Dec 2020
Chris D.
Australia Australia
I recommend this product
slim and slick

i bought this as i've stopped working in an environment where i have my multitool on me daily. i wanted something that didn't look like i was going to skin a mosse when i pulled it out. it's super slim without being useless. it looks beautiful when deployed, great looking blade that's fine for the things i do (cutting ropes, opening boxes, daily use). the front flip takes a bit of getting used to, but feels excellent once you do took it on a 3 day bikepacking trip as my only knife and it did everything i needed it to. i'd really recommend this for a daily carrier. you can't see it in tight\dress pants. it looks great and is functional. for > $100 it's bang on Pros: looks mean, can handle day-today\camping environments, really fun to flip Cons: flipping takes a few days to get the hang of, your mates are going to wanna play with it

11 Dec 2020
Adventure Carry

Thanks for the detailed review Chris. You’re right that the front flip takes some getting used to but I find it to be most entertaining to play around with and it just deploys so beautifully when you need to put it to use. The Exarch is a slim and unassuming knife and a knife I’m quite fond of. I’m glad that you’re enjoying it. Cheers Mitch