ZERO TOLERANCE ZT0450CF
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Zero Tolerance provides a dark, refined alternative to the original 0450 with the 0450CF.
This sophisticated ZT is a smaller option in the ZT family, yet offers a robust combination of durable, premium-quality materials. The blade steel is S35VN for exceptional toughness, wear resistance, and edge retention. The S35VN blade is DLC coated for matte-black good looks and enhanced performance. The front handle scale is carbon fiber, balancing the knife’s solid construction with lightweight convenience. The DLC-coated titanium back handle offers a secure frame lock—so you can always cut with confidence.
As an extra visual touch, ZT has added two emerald-green anodized-aluminum tube spacers that are especially eye-catching, standing out against the black handle. The 0450CF takes advantage of ZT’s KVT ball-bearing system to enable smooth, easy opening for either left- or right-handed users. A left/right reversible pocketclip rounds out the 0452CF’s basic feature set.
While it’s a smaller, more gentlemanly knife, the 0450CF proudly lives up to the overbuilt standards for which ZT is well known.
- Made in the USA
- KVT ball-bearing opening system
- Reversible clip (left/right)
- Titanium frame lock, hardened steel lockbar insert
- Steel: S35VN, DLC coating
- Handle: Carbon fiber front, titanium back
- Blade length: 3.25 in. (8.3 cm)
- Closed length: 4.1 in. (10.4 cm)
- Overall length: 7.4 in. (18.8 cm)
- Weight: 2.7 oz. (76.5 g)
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Perfect EDC FolderBy: Julian on 30 April 2017After extensive hours/days/weeks of research and lurking forums I came to the conclusion that the ZT 0450CF would be the perfect EDC knife for me and boy was I right. The 0450CF is extremely well built, really lightweight and looks so elegant. This is more of a Gentleman's knife than say a tactical survival knife. Its low profile and weight makes it disappear in your pocket and when deployed you've got enough blade with a super steel for most of your every day cutting tasks, you're also greeted with carbon fiber and titanium scales. Everything about this knife screams quality. Price is expensive there's no doubt about that but it is a worthy investment in my opinion. It's the sort of knife you could hand down to your grandchildren. ZT knives are known for being overbuilt and I can attest to that.