Camillus’ 9.75" Beast Folder Design and Size Make a Statement

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Designed for durability, Camillus Knives’ Beast lives up to its name: a folding knife ideal for tactical situations, it’s also an every day carry option for those looking for a larger blade.

The Beast stays sharper for longer thanks to Carbonitride Titanium technology, one of the hardest surface treatments containing titanium. A proprietary process creates a permanent bond with the blade’s surface that will not chip, blister, or peel, and protects it against wear, staining, and damage.

At an overall length of 9.75", it features a 3.75" blade constructed using VG-10 Japanese Steel, which is designed with a high carbon content to maintain sharpness and durability so it won’t blister, flake, peel or chip. This combination of materials is also 10-times harder than untreated steel.

The ergonomic handle is constructed with G10, a durable makeup of fiberglass and resin that makes the Beast impervious to moisture and extremely durable. In addition to a modified Tanto Blade, the Beast also features a liner lock as the locking mechanism for added security.

The Beast is capable of being opened in two different ways: either by flipping it open or by using the thumbhole, and includes a reversible pocket clip for on-person storage and has a lifetime warranty.

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About Camillus Knives
The Camillus brand was born in 1876 in Camillus, N.Y. The company was acquired by Acme United/Clauss Tools, longtime maker of scissors and shears, in 2007 and now offers a wide array of fixed, folding, and replaceable blade system knives. Camillus products are made of Carbonitride Titanium™ cutlery-grade steel and are through-hardened to hold an edge.