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DPx Gear: HEAT Folder, Grey Elmax Limited Edition, Right Hand, Folding Blade Pocket Carry Knife with Black G10 & Titanium Handle

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The DPx Gear HEAT/F is as much blade as you need, in a beefy, pocket friendly package.

  • Blade is black PVD coated then stonewashed Elmax steel with 61HRC
  • Sandblasted 6Al4V grade 5 titanium alloy frame lock with 3D diamond pattern
  • American-made black G10 handle scale with 3D diamond pattern
  • Pivot screw and frame screws with 7/64" hardware so no special tool is required for adjustment
  • Stonewashed stainless steel "combat" syle clip with Mr. DP engraving
  • Matte black TiCN PVD coated tungsten carbide glass breaker
  • Lanyard hole
  • Stonewashed stainless steel "combat" syle clip with Mr. DP engraving
  • Thumb grip/bottle opener
  • Stonewashed stainless steel "combat" syle clip with Mr. DP engraving
  • Comes with replaceable matte black TiCN PVD flat head screw


Blade Length:
2 1/4 in.
Blade Steel:
Bohler ELMAX Stainless
Blade Thickness:
3/16 in.
Blade Type:
Spear Point
Closed Length:
3 15/16 in.
Handle Material:
Black G10 & Titanium (Diamond Pattern)
Knife Style:
Folding Blade
Knife Weight:
4.2 oz
Lock Type:
Frame Lock
Open Length:
6 1/4 in.
61 HRC
Unique Features:
Elmax Limited Edition

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  • Review from Darrell


    I am telling you this knife is the only one with the contoured G-10 scale on one side and a contoured titanium scale on the other side. This design is the best I have seen coming out of DPX Gear. RYP is a genius for approving this design. I wish they would make other locking folders with these scales, materials and design.

  • Review from Anthony C

    Anthony C

    These geniuses writing reviews about the washers or the sticky locks REALLY need to give the knife a chance to break in before they decide Lionsteel and DPx don't know how to build a knife. These knives open smoothly and easily - smoother than ANYTHING I own with bronze washers, including a collection of Sebenzas. The key to an easy break-in is to loosen the pivot just a touch. The blade should only be a smidge off to the presentation side. After a month or so, tighten it back down, and you'll have a wonderful knife with a centered blade that will last you many years. I've had other DPx folders that had lock stick, but it too worked itself out after a month or so. These knives are well thought out, well made, and very reasonably priced. Just remember it's meant to be USED...if you're a keyboard commando who's going to put it in a drawer and open it 10 times a year, it's probably never going to break in.

  • Review from Dr. C - Newport Beach, CA

    Dr. C - Newport Beach, CA

    Aesthetically it's a beautiful piece, however functionally it needs some improvement such as replacing the polymer pivot washers with phosphor bronze ones and a better fit of the titanium lock up. At the current price point and state of design and materials I will not be adding it to my collection. Dale at TKC was fantastic to deal with and a pleasure to do business with.

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