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Prometheus Design Werx & Chris Reeve Knives Collaboration – SPD X CRK Sebenza 21


Prometheus Design Werx announces its official collaboration with Chris Reeve Knives. Under their Special Projects Division, an edition of the CRK Sebenza 21 frame lock folder will be available in both the small and large model sizes. Since its introduction in 1987, the Sebenza has ranked as one of the industry’s highest benchmarks for a folding knife. The SPD Edition of the Model 21 will feature the exclusive and distinct details of 5 handle fullers, a deep etch SPD Kraken trident logo and the optional CRK upgrades of dual thumbstuds. With premium Crucible CPM S35VN deep hollow ground blades, full titanium slab handles and the robust, proven and reliable frame lock build, these Sebenzas are apex examples of strength, grace, build quality and purposeful engineering. Built in Idaho, USA.


The SPD x CRK Sebenza 21 will be made in small batches in both the small and large sizes for each delivery to PDW.

The Design and R&D Team at PDW states:

“We’ve been long admirers of the Chris Reeve Knives family of products. Many of us have been long time owners and users of their knives as well. Their company Founder Chris Reeve invented the frame lock for folding knives and is considered the strongest and most reliable of the leaf type locking methods. In most ways, the Sebenza folders are at their core, embodiments of our brand’s design philosophy of sophistication through simplicity. The exclusive details found in the SPD Edition give our Sebenza 21s that extra finesse, industrial tool aesthetic and character unique to our brand. Without a doubt working with CRK has been a highlight for us in 2018 and we are stoked on the way these came out.”

The SPD Edition CRK Sebenza 21 in both sizes will debut on Friday, August 31, 2018 at the Gathering Knife and EDC Show in Las Vegas, NV and via their website, prometheusdesignwerx.com.


9 Responses to “Prometheus Design Werx & Chris Reeve Knives Collaboration – SPD X CRK Sebenza 21”

  1. Nik says:

    Great looking edc setup knife, gun and watch. Only thing that needs to go is that compass on the rolex submariner

  2. rc says:

    Am I the only one that is irked by people posting edc type photos without actually telling us what the ITEMS IN THE PHOTO are?

  3. Jack Walton says:

    Not a bad looking little EDC knife. I’m looking at the article below (like the contextual write-up) about EDC in general and though some of the items on their list are more tools that knives a favor the simplicity of the Cold Steel Finn Wolf


  4. SamHill says:

    I always wanted to try a Chris Reeve knife, they look very nice. I’ve been alternating between a light weight Spyderco native and an Emerson cqc 7V.

    • AGL Bob says:

      Try one. I’ve got a few Benchmades, Spydercos, one Emerson………and three Sebenzas. I mostly carry a Sebenza. Its just that there is no flex, nothing to come loose or get out of adjustment and it won’t get fouled up from dirt. The Insingo blade option (Reeve wharncliffe) is great for general cutting.

  5. As with ALL Chris Reeve stuff, I don’t see what the big deal is ?
    There are as high quality , IF NOT HIGHER, all over.
    You’re paying for a name, and WAY TOO MUCH hype.

    ? Fort Benning Soldier