Benchmade 810 Contego Tactical Folder Knife
Benchmade 810 Contego Tactical Folder Knife
Benchmade 810 Contego Tactical Folder Knife
Benchmade 810 Contego Tactical Folder Knife
Benchmade 810 Contego Tactical Folder Knife

Benchmade 810 Contego Tactical Folder Knife

SKU #: Benchmade-Contego
MSRP: $230.00
$195.50
Description
The Contego folder is a tactical knife through and through. Our hardest blade steel in a big knife with aggressive handle texture and a glass breaker on the pommel. A Warren Osborne tactical masterpiece.

Specifications:

  • Mechanism: AXIS®
  • Action: Manual-opening
  • Blade Style/Shape: Reverse Tanto
  • Clip Type: Deep-Carry
  • Clip Position: Reversible Tip-Up
  • Glass Breaker: Yes
  • Handle Material: G10
  • Blade Steel: CPM-M4 (62-64 HRC)
  • Blade Length: 3.98" (10.11cm)
  • Blade Thickness: 0.156" (3.96mm)
  • Open Length: 9.28" (23.57cm)
  • Closed Length: 5.30" (13.46cm)
  • Handle Thickness: 0.55" (13.97mm)
  • Weight: 5.92oz. (167.83g)
  • Reviews
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    80% Recommend this product (4 of 5 responses)
    By Matt
    Md
    October 7, 2015
    Great Knife!
    At first I was not a fan of the manual opening and locking system, but now that I've been carrying it for a week, its grown on me.
    ProsThe blade keeps an edge, the handle feels great, and it fits well in the pocket
    By STEVEN S BAUM
    United States
    August 31, 2015
    This is a great blade
    I love this knife,and if it were offered in assisted opener AND with a blade about 1" longer = I would buy more than 1 to never be without it.
    ProsSOLID lock [ as are all these designed locks ]. Glass breaker is a great tool,and one I hope to not need. Opens fast if needed and can be close with 1 hand.
    ConsNo assisted opener,that is a great way to sell any knife. MUCH faster and surer for the old hands [ like mine ]. WISH the blade were 1" longer,as I love a larger blade.
    By R. Chan
    Central California
    February 8, 2015
    A well balanced Benchmade
    The Contego is a well balanced knife, I bought the 810SBK and it's a great addition to my rotation of EDC knives. The glass breaker on the butt of the Contego is a nice feature and would come in handy if you needed it in a emergency situation to break the glass on your vehicle. The handle does seem a bit rough at first usage, but after daily use, it's a great feature as well.
    ProsBlade length Blade point Blade top bevel Glass breaker Handle texture
    By Police
    Maine
    September 11, 2013
    810 Contego
    Just received the knife yesterday. No usage yet, but it certainly feels sturdy. I have heard lots of complaints regarding the rough finish on the grip. Personally, I think it feels fine. If you have even somewhat tough working hands, it should not be an issue. My only major complaint thus far is the blade alignment. Right out of the box I noticed that there was blade rub against the liner. This was very disappointing given the price paid for the knife. The rubbing looks like it is going to take off the blade coating if not corrected. I attempted to make adjustments to correct it but was unable to. I emailed Benchmade this morning as it appears others have been having the same issue.
    By D.Hall
    December 9, 2012
    Benchmade 810
    This knife is by far the best knife I have ever owned. Very solid with no play in the blade/handle and is well balanced. The blade holds a solid edge. This is a high quality piece of gear that wont let you down.
    Q&A
    2 Questions & 2 Answers
    Jim Bellamy
    from Allen TX asked:
    January 25, 2014
    What is a BK coat?
    1 Answers
    black coated blade.
    Customer Service
    on January 27, 2014

    Servando ceballos
    from Salinas, california asked:
    September 20, 2013
    Does this knife come with the the assisted opening mechanism?
    1 Answers
    The Benchmade 810 Contego is not an assisted opening knife. It features the Axis locking mechanism, but is not spring-assisted.
    Customer Service
    on September 20, 2013

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