About the Solo Flipper from DireWare
The DireWare Solo knife model features a CPM-20CV blade steel, a solid 6AL-4V Ti 3D pocket clip, a large diameter titanium pivot, and stainless steel thrust bearings.
The DireWare Solo also includes a stainless steel lock bar insert. According to the manufacturer, each model is subject to evolution and specifications may be changed, modified, removed and added at any time. Direware Knives offers custom orders for their knives, including the Solo model.
The DireWare Solo features a contoured, lightweight design with a robust build that offers comfort in hand.
One version of the knife, called the Solo V5 Flipper, features a black-finished blade with a swedge, notched thumbrest, and flipper, while the handle is comprised of a satin-finished titanium frame with carbon fiber inlays, and a matching tip-up clip. This knife also comes with a zippered case and is listed in “good user condition” with some scuffs and scratches.
Another version, simply called the Solo Flipper, features a satin-finished CPM-S110V recurve blade with incredibly smooth flipping action. Its handle is all titanium with a black anodized finish and a matching skeletonized pocket clip for comfortable carry.
The DireWare SOLO V6 is a tactical carry option that has been redesigned to be thinner and more convenient to carry in your pocket. The blade is made from CPM-110V super steel and has a multi-ground, non-recurve shape with a blasted finish on the flats and satin bevels. The knife has a finger choil for choking up and jimping on the spine for thumb placement. The handle is made from marble carbon fiber and blasted bronze titanium, and has a sleek design with a curved shape. The titanium pocket clip is designed for tip-up, right-hand carry and has secure retention. The SOLO V6 build is equipped with an overtravel arrestor and barrel spacer construction for easy cleaning. This knife is unique and worth trying out for yourself.