Posted by blaine on 7th Jul 2014
After carrying this knife for several months I am very pleased with the blade and the lockup. However, the clip is a major flaw in the design as it comes loose (and actually pops off) very easily. I would not expect this to be an issue for a knife that would cost even a fourth of this one. Trying some blue Loc Tite to see if this does the trick, otherwise will be very disappointed.
Posted by Blaine on 3rd Mar 2014
Don’t be fooled the classy looks of this Enzo folder. This is a fairly beefy knife, but one that is well designed so that it that it both conceals well, and doesn’t feel like a roll of nickels in your pocket. The scandi grind can easily be maintained as very sharp, and the D2 steel retains this edge nicely. With knife in hand, it is apparent that Enzo put a lot of thought into the design. The blade locks tight with zero play, and the fit and finish are excellent. I give it four stars only because I am not a fan of Curly Birch, but the scales I received were nicely figured, and are growing on me. Thanks to Ben’s Backwoodsfor top notch service!
Posted by John Stewart on 8th Nov 2013
The Enzo D2 Birk Curly Birch folder is a well made,finely fitted and finished folder suited for everyday carry. The scandi grind is my favorite to sharpen and finding folders with a scandi is pretty difficult. The D2 appears to be holding it's edge extremely well. It performs as well as I expected and I'm happy with the purchase and Ben's Backwoods !
I have read that this knife is actually produced in Taiwan rather than Finland as is printed on the box... if this might be of concern. One would never know by the quality one way or the other.