Benchmade – Bailout 537, EDC Tactical Folding Knife, Tanto Blade, Manual Open, Axis Locking Mechanism, Made in USA, Coated, Straight

October 9, 2019 - Comment
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Looking to fly under the radar? The slim and ultralight design of the Bailout offers users an optimal strength-to-weight ratio. Black Grivory handle, a tanto CPM-3V blade and aluminum pommel complete a package that cuts weight while maintaining durability. The Bailout: Two ounces of confidence to your kit.

LIFESHARP/WARRANTY
Proudly designed and made in the USA, every Benchmade Knife comes with a limited Lifetime Warranty and LifeSharp Service.

Our LifeSharp service is provided to you free of charge. Simply send your Benchmade to us with your carrier of choice and we’ll gladly clean, oil, adjust and re-sharpen your Benchmade knife to a factory razor-sharp edge. Once your knife is serviced, we’ll ship it back to you at no cost.

Designer: Benchmade
Blade length: 3.38″ (8.59cm)
Blade thickness: 0.090″ (2.29mm)
Open: 8.07″ (20.50cm)
Closed: 4.71″ (11.96cm)
Weight: 2.05oz (58.4g)
Handle thickness: 0.41″ (10.40mm)

Product Features

  • ULTRALIGHT DESIGN: A slim, sleek stealth knife that adds confidence to your kit; Lightweight design for optimal strength-to-weight ratio
  • AMERICAN MADE CPM-3V STEEL: A powder-metal tool steel engineered for high stress and extreme force; Exceptionally tough with good edge retention; Requires a little extra care to keep the rust off
  • GRIVORY HANDLE: Extremely stable and durable handle; Aluminum pommel for hammering rounds out the functionality of this tactical knife
  • AXIS LOCKING MECHANISM: Ensures safety and a smooth open and easy close; Mini tip-up reversible deep-carry pocket clip for ultimate accessibility
  • TAKE IT ANYWHERE: Slim profile and lightweight design that’s easy to take anywhere and everywhere; Add it to your EDC collection, backpack, survival kit and more

Comments

Anonymous says:

Ultralight Totally disappears in a pocket. Im surprised it supplanted my osborne 940. It’s a similar length but the weight, width and clip make it more EDC friendly. Between this and the bug out I think it comes down to blade and length preference. I like the extra tanto point for most daily tasks. The day after it arrived I ended up having to install a window AC unit and it proved to be the perfect tool for the whole project from cutting nylon straps and opening the box to stuffing insulation foam down…

Anonymous says:

Solid knife for what it is I’ll begin by saying I’m not hard on my gear at all- so I’m probably exactly who this knife is meant for. So far I’ve used this knife for all of the clichéd knife chores (opening mail, removing thread, and slicing some fruit). The blade came quite sharp, and it excelled at all the aforementioned tasks. Although I will say the Cerakote on the blade causes a bit of scratchiness/friction when cutting into food- not awful, but if you cut a lot of food I can see this getting annoying quickly…

Anonymous says:

OK For EDC; Maybe Not Tactical The Bailout is a pretty good Everyday Carry knife. It’s lightweight, reasonably tough, and CPM-3V is a great steel for EDC as it is hard but also resistant to impact damage. The only problem is: 3V is also susceptible to rust (all steel is; even Stainless, but 3V might be a bit more prone to rusting than, say, S35VN). It’s considered “semi-stainless” and in my experience it’s vastly superior to high carbon steels in terms of corrosion resistance (I have a Japanese kitchen knife that rusts if…

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