Undoubtedly Civivi's most popular knife, the classic Elementum is back and this time, it's scaled down to a miniature keyring size because honestly, is 1 Elementum ever enough? Civivi's Tanto Elementum was another variant on the old classic.
The Mini Elementum is Civivi's latest offering that features everything there is to love of the Elementum - the ergonomics, classic design and quality action and build are all retained.
At a closed length of only 6.3 cm, this could sit at home as your 5th pocket knife. Or on your set of keys - Civivi have replaced the deep carry pocket clip with a stainless steel keyring. They have also made the Mini Elementum a fail proof Frame Lock.
Choose from either a Brass or Copper hand-rubbed scale with a stainless steel frame lock and you have an elegant and trusty companion anywhere you go. Could this very well be the keyring knife anyone should have? We sure think so.
|Total Length||110 mm|
|Closed Length||63.5 mm|
|Blade Length||46.5 mm|
|Blade Thickness||2.2 mm|
Gray Hand Rubbed
|Blade Style||Drop point|
|Pivot||Caged Ceramic Ball Bearing|
|Handle Material||Black hand rubbed Brass with Stainless Steel Frame-Lock/
Black hand rubbed Copper with Stainless Steel Frame-Lock
Such a snappy little knife, super fun to fidget with and thin slicey blade.
Cant thank Mitch at adventure carry enough for such an easy pleasant transaction, really appreciate the effort and have already come back for more items and will continue to in the future.
Thanks Nick for your review of the Mini elementum! It sure is a fun tiny knife and I'm glad to hear that you're enjoying it.
Thank you very much for your support.
Nicely finished, smooth opening piece. Razor sharp out of the box. Mitch is a pleasure to deal with.
Thanks for the great feedback Emile!
I thought it would mostly be a gimmick, just a cute thing to have on your keys.
But much like the Spyderco Ladybug it's a super useful little tool to have around.
Well built and on bearings! lol this has to be the smallest knife on bearings.
Mitch always gets your gear in the post ASAP.
Hi Michael, thank you for uploading your photos! Great comparison photos of the Mini Elementum! Glad you're liking it! Sure is a tiny thing and impressive to think that it's on bearings!
Thanks for your support as always!