Vero Engineering

Neuron

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The Neuron is the first double detent knife in Vero Engineering's line up. Based off the Axon framelock design, The Neuron is a scaled down non-locking version of it with titanium skeletonised liners and full titanium hardware

Joseph Vero wanted it to to be compact enough to meet legal carry requirements in the States. So it comes in at 9cm closed - which is small enough to fit into your palm. This means you have not only a compact 5th pocket knife, but also a fidget toy all in one. 

The Neuron is arguably the most fidgety knife in Vero Engineering's line up. The "V Spot" fuller and flipper tab jimping design allows multiple deployment methods for the Neuron. Fun fact - Joseph Vero's favourite deployment is to pinky flick the flipper tab when it's upside down.

The Neuron makes an intentional "schwing" sound when you deploy it - so you can imagine you're an undercover jedi with the powers to wield your own pocket lightsaber when deemed necessary.  

Each Neuron comes with its own serial number and will include a patch and Vero stickers. Every knife has been QC'ed by Vero Engineering's team. 

 

Vero Neuron Australia

Neuron Specifications

Overall Length 160.02mm
Blade Length 69.85mm
Blade Thickness 3.25mm
Blade Material M390
Blade Style Sheepsfoot
Blade Grind Flat
Lock Non locking double detent
Weight 56.7g

 


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Raff Salera
You will never look back!

Many people get thrown off this knife because it’s ‘non locking’. But let me assure you this is not an issue. This knife performs at a high standard, the best option that you could have as a 2nd knife or light carry. The quality and design is one of the best out there. This is by far my favourite knife to carry, can’t go wrong. Remember how these knives are to be used and you won’t need it to lock. I have to say welldone on this one!

Thanks so much for your great feedback Raff! And thank you for your sharing your insight on how to use this cool tool. Amazing photo too @raff_co!

Cheers
Mitch