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Paraframe Mini - Stainless, Fine Edge

The smallest of the eight knives in the Paraframe series, the Mini is based on the same frame-lock design. It’s a beautifully simple open frame knife with a fine-edge blade that is lightweight, easy to clean and opens effortlessly. Built with a smooth stainless steel handle and a clip for secure travel, the Paraframe Mini is what a small everyday carry folder should be.

Item # 22-48485
  • Overall Length: 15.2 cm
  • Blade Length: 5.6 cm
  • Closed Length: 7.8 cm
  • Weight: 40 g
  • Lock Mechanism: Frame-lock
  • Blade Style: Clip Point
  • Blade Material: High Carbon Stainless
  • Blade Type: Fine
  • Handle Material Stainless Steel
  • Opening Style: One-handed opening


  • Frame lock handle design
  • Lightweight open stainless steel handles
  • Sturdy pocket clip
5 Survivalsteel Tiger - FEB 25, 2012

Hi, Great Stuff But Can Anyone Tell Me where it's selling for cheaper.

4 IT Pro, Camper Christopher - FEB 5, 2012

I own two of these knives, and it's a great little blade for the price. It's lightweight and it stays sharp for a long time. I'm very rough of these knives and they hold up well. One of the blades doesn't stay locked all of the time, the clip has slowly ground away from years of use and i have to bend the metal lock sometimes to get it to stay locked. Overall, i'm very happy with these knives.

4 Not Bad, But... J.O'B. - FEB 3, 2012

I've had this knife for about a year and it delivers some solid performance. However, there are some problems with it. The blade does not have a very high level of edge retention, and a couple of months ago the threads in the holes of the knife handle holding in the bolts for the pocket clip stripped, which was very disappointing. Gerber may have fixed that problem since, but still something to be mentioned. There are better knives, but this one is worth its price.

4 Good Knife Hunter - JAN 18, 2012

I bought the Mini Paraframe instead of the full-sized version because the larger one is a bit bigger than I wanted. However, I cannot understand why Gerber equipped this knife with fingernail notches rather than the thumb studs like on the original Paraframe.

4 Basic User Chris - DEC 11, 2011

I got this one over a year ago and the things still sharp and only has a few scraches on it. I haven't even needed to sharpen it! I use it about every week to open boxes, and whatever other things I need it for. I am looking on here to get another one!

4 tff tff - OCT 14, 2011

Fine knife. I think the overall length is only about 5.25" instead of the 6" listed.

3 Basic User Cartoon King - OCT 6, 2011

Purchased this knife as an all around pocket knife for under $10 nearly a year ago.

It is solid and have no worries with it folding in on me. Locking blade is secure.
Was a little stiff at first but keeping it oiled to prevent rusting (yes have had r

4 Big Cheese Barry Roberts - SEP 30, 2011

Just received the knife. Seems solid. The blade is sharp and evenly ground. It's a little hard to close.

2 Your Title Evan Vittoriano - SEP 18, 2011

Purchased this knife at Dick's. I had been all over looking to purchase an LST. As the LST no longer has a pocket clip, I chose this as a replacement. I am GREATLY disappointed.

-The blade was not sharp and was ground unevenly.
-There are PLAST

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