The Vesperon, akin to the award-winning Sachse model, shares the same overall aesthetic and similar size. However, it distinguishes itself with a liner lock mechanism. It features an ambidextrous thumb slot in the blade instead of studs, which is primarily a matter of personal preference, but one that we find advantageous. This design choice actually enhances slicing performance since there are no studs obstructing the cut. The handle maintains the same shape but is slightly larger, allowing for improved usability with gloved hands or larger ones. In the end, we find the Vesperon's looks, materials, and size to be more appealing, and considering its price point, it's challenging to find a better alternative.
|Blade Hardness||58-60 HRC|
|Blade Length||85.1 mm|
|Blade Thickness||3 mm|
|Clip Material||Stainless Steel|
|Handle Material||Canvas Micarta|
|Handle Thickness||12 mm|
|Knife Weight||96.9 g|
|Liner Material||Stainless Steel|
|Locking Mechanism||Liner Lock|
|Opening Mechanism||Flipper & Thumb Hole|
|Overall Length Closed||114.1 mm|
|Overall Length Open||199.2 mm|
|Pivot Assembly||Ceramic Bearings|
|Screws Material||Stainless Steel|
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