Bear & Son Cutlery has unleashed a new knife under its Bear OPS brand—the Incognito Automatic.
Designed by renowned knife maker Steve Jernigan, the Bear Ops Incognito Automatic features a smooth, 2 5/8-inch Sandvik 14C28N stainless steel blade that quickly deploys on demand with the simple push of the recessed button, and firmly locks back. Meanwhile, the gray stainless steel handle stands out and nicely complements the Steve Jernigan-shaped blade.
The Bear Ops Incognito Automatic was built to provided maximum comfort for all-day carry in either casual or dress attire. It includes a clip that not only allows for deep carry, but also precisely imitates a common pen being carried in a pocket or briefcase. The knife is sleek, weighs just 2.6 ounces, has a closed length of 3-1/2 inches, and is suitable for professional work environments.
“The progress of the Incognito Automatic was extensive. Bear OPS is an American-made tactical line, recognized for its reliability in some of the world’s harshest environments. We felt the brand should expand its tough reputation from the frontlines to the urban work place. By offering a new look, feel and purpose, we feel the Incognito Automatic and Bear OPS will remain an industry pioneer in the development of new high-end automatics,” Ken Griffey, the president of Bear & Son Cutlery, said in a press release.
Boasting quality craftsmanship and materials, the high-end Bear OPS Incognito Automatic is available at a MSRP of $229.99.
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