General K.100 FAQ
Find answers to your most burning questions about the K.100 Pocket Knife.
What locking mechanism does the K.100 use?
The K.100 uses a liner lock.
What material is the K.100 made of?
The K.100 features a black, PVD-coated D2 Tool Steel blade, and has machined G10 handles.
K.100 Functions explained
In this section, we'll go into detail how each function of the K.100 works.
Opening the blade
The K.100 is a traditional liner lock, and is opened by pinching and pulling the blade away from the body.
Closing the blade
Once the blade is open, a thin piece of metal should flex behind the blade, locking it in place. To unlock the blade and fold it away, push the metal lock upwards (image 2) and fold the blade shut (image 3 and 4).